Glendalough 7 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Glendalough 7 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey

(0.75l, 46%)

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These good Irish blokes have created a well-balanced, full-flavor expression of Irish awesomeness. 

Glendalough is Gaelic for “valley of two lakes” and if you ever get to visit the small town of Glendalough, you will find just that. A beautiful hamlet in eastern Ireland with two lovely lakes nearby. If you are ever fortunate enough to visit this idyllic spot, you will also find the first new craft distillery in Ireland since … well, a gosh darn long time. 
Founded by “five friends from Wicklow and Dublin,” they began their journey creating Poitín—a traditional Irish distillate made in very small pot stills (sort of like small batch Irish Moonshine). From there it was a short and easy step into a variety of Irish Whiskies and Herbal-infused Gins as well. Everything is made by hand with a good measure of love. 
The man credited with founding the town of Glendalough was a hermit named Saint Cóemgen—Saint Kevin for short. According to legend, he lived alone in the wilds for seven years before founding the town. And in that town he had them build seven churches. The lads at Glendalough Distillery claim this as the inspiration for aging their single-malt Irish Whiskey for seven years. 
Sometimes it is hard to tell where legend and truth diverge. But there is no doubt the results … these Irish blokes have created a well-balanced, full-flavor expression of Irish awesomeness. And their dedication to quality and craftsmanship puts the big production houses to shame.
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  • Style
    Irish Single Malt Whiskey
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  • Age
    7 Year Old

Flavor Spiral™

About The Flavor Spiral

citrus zest
dried fruit
What does Glendalough 7 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey taste like?

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Irish Whiskey became the most prominent Whiskey and most popular spirit in the 19th century because of the outbreak of phylloxera and the total devastation of Cognac production in France.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Baltic amber.       
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Vanilla, citrus zest, and fresh cream. 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Orange zest, crème bruleé, and baking spices.
Medium length with a tangy spice.

Flavor Spiral
zesty, vanilla, oily, citrus zest, tangy, sherry, coffee, fruit, biscuit.
Ratings & Reviews
I found it just sweet enough to offer a creamier feel than whisky or bourbon. A gentler spirit!
This is whiskey is very smooth!! I was pleasantly surprised by the spice!!
Wery soft and fruity.
Very smooth with nice depth and mouth feel. Vanilla aftertaste leaves a nice lasting impression.
Pound for pound this is Glendalough's best whiskey.. and that's saying something, as they make fine whiskey and other really interesting craft spirits - don't get me started on their seasonal Gins - INCREDIBLE! Back to this amazing liquid. It has a lovely spicy kick up front which is followed by a luxurious sweetness. Lots of orange and butterscotch and a nice long finish. A drop of water really opens it up (it is 46%) allowing the flavours to explode in your mouth even more. I love this Irish Whiskey. Sláinte
Love this whiskey. Big heavy and robust. Great expression of a historic style of Irish whiskey.
Real Spicy upfront and then through. Oily without a doubt, sweetness in the finish.
Spicy lingers on the tongue. Undecided if I like this whisky.
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