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Nozinan Mini and Sample Series - 59 Paddy

Even the most mundane whisky can have a story.This one begins in January 2010. My father had been diagnosed with cancer the year before, and he developed a complication from the treatment. He went to…

@NozinanBy @Nozinan13 days ago 5 271

Yellow Spot 12 Year Old

Just desserts Yellow Spot 12 Year Old

My experience with Irish Single Pot Still has been limited to various Redbreast expressions. Let’s see how this one stacks up.**Tasting Notes*** Nose (undiluted): almost subdued at first. With time,…

@OdysseusUnboundBy @OdysseusUnbound2 months ago 4 088

Teeling 24 Year Old Vintage Reserve

Kaleidoscope Teeling 24 Year Old Vintage Reserve

This 24 years old Teeling is part of the oldest stocks that the Teeling brothers were able to ‘liberate’ from the old Cooley stocks. The whisky first matured in former bourbon casks and then got a finish…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 3 089

Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 01

Eccentric Teeling Brabazon Bottling Series 01

I confess, I tried this one before, a little over two years ago. At a Teeling tasting in my neck of the woods. I remember it vividly as I posted a photos of this bottle on social media, while it was some…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 1 084

Teeling 12 Year Old The Revival Vol 5

Raisin Cake Teeling 12 Year Old The Revival Vol 5

Knowing that Teeling only came on steam in 2015, this Revival must be from older Cooley stocks. A 12 years old Irish whiskey that matured on former cognac and brandy casks? Sound promising.Well, now,…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 1 085

Teeling Single Malt

Appel Pie Teeling Single Malt

Teeling is slowly but surely building an ironclad reputation. A lot of credit goes to the so-called ‘family stocks’ from Cooley that remained behind when Beam-Suntory took over the distillery in 2011.…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 0 283

Writer's Tears Red Head

Cranberries Writer's Tears Red Head

Writers’ Tears is, as it clearly says on the label, ‘distilled, matured and bottled in bond for Walsh Whiskey Distillery Ltd’. That means this is sourced whiskey (produced near Cork, that’s all I’m…

@markjedi1By @markjedi12 months ago 0 080

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