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Tyrconnell Single Malt

A lovely irish single malt!

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@galgReview by @galg

8th Mar 2012

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Nose: Sweet stuff, raisins, golden syrup, rich and fruity, with apples. (red) , spices, a bit of cinnamon bark, woodier also. also some lime edge,lime pie lime tart kind of. Palate: Sweet ‘N spicy with orange peel, sweet zesty lemon custard, apples in kilos, malty goodness. , fruit, rich. very good! creamy with a malt honey – there is plenty of oak in this as well as hints of rye. Finish : Short, sweetish bitter chocolate,traces of fruit.

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Victor commented

What wood notes there are here seem to be overtaken by the generally very high pitched collection of flavours present, mostly the citrus-zest effect. I think that the Tyrconnell Malt would greatly benefit from some more bass notes from the wood. The various wine finishes which Cooley has applied to this whiskey seem to be quite effective in giving it a more grounded feeling. And in return the wine-finished Tyrconnell whiskeys sell for triple the price.

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