Located just south of Belfast in the grounds of the beautiful Killaney Estate in County Down. The distillery takes its name from the nearby town of Ballynahinch, whose name in Irish translates as ‘town of the island’. Hinch's Single Pot Still expression of a uniquely Irish style whiskey is part-aged in Bourbon casks and part-aged in Sherry Butts. Light brown in appearance with herbaceous and biscuit aromas and a distinct zesty note.
Nose: Green apple, gooseberry, kiwi, grass clippings and delicate herbalism.
Palate: Slightly sweet. - vanilla, caramel with some oak bitterness and definite cereal notes.
Finish: Dry, spicy and longer than expected. The fruit notes slowly fade and the spicey nutmeg and pepper fill in.
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