Tyrconnell Irish Whiskey was a historic brand of whiskey with its origins dating back to (some say) 1762. It was revived by, and is now distilled at the Cooley distillery in County Louth, Ireland.
Orchard leaning fruit and malt with a light floral character mix with deeper notes of honey, graham cracker, caramel and banana cream pie. It gets a touch spirity at moments making me think it’s on the young side, but overall it reminds me of a decent Scottish single malt.
Grassy hay like malt, toasted grains and a burnt sweetness coat the mouth along with notes of pit fruit, caramel, toasted bananas, vanilla, toffee and cocoa. Like the nose it’s a bit spirity at moments which, combined with the cloying burnt sweetness, creates a flavor that I kida like and kinda don’t. It’s odd.
Long toasty finish of malt, fruit, wood, overcooked caramel and ash.
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