dried fruit
cherry
honey
butterscotch
figs
lemongrass
nutmeg
sweet
caramel
Spiral Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey

Glendalough
Double Barrel Irish Whiskey
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Copper

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Rich with dark fruit; cherry, raisin, fig, Christmas pudding, floral notes, lemongrass, nutmeg.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Sweet and creamy, butterscotch, honey, peppercorn, dried fruit, maraschino cherries and a pinch of brown sugar.

Finish
Lingering ginger spices, subtle almond.
Price:
$30.99
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Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey is adored for its dried fruit, cherry, honey and butterscotch flavor notes.

This Irish Whiskey is carefully distilled at Glendalough distillery, Ireland.

Based on 112 votes, the average rating for Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey is 8/10.

Top reviews for Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey:

— Loved it!

— This is honestly what I look for in my whiskies. Smooth, sweet and has a pleasant finish. For an Irish whiskey in this price range you get a tasty drink indeed. For fans of Jameson and Tullamore Dew. Good working class whiskey!!!

— So seriously...... where has this been? I've apparently been drinking the wrong irish whiskey for two decades........ I've drank tullemore dew, several different Jameson's, a few I can't even remember the name, writers tears(only recently.... also very good) and now this. My hubby and I just did a side by side of this with writers tears. For me, both are exceptional easy drinking Irish whiskeys. I'd be incredibly hard pressed to pick one!
  • Category
  • Style
    Grain Whiskey
  • Region
    Ireland
  • Country
    Ireland
  • Alcohol
    42%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS
  • Maturation
    First-fill Bourbon barrels and Sherrry cask finsih

Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey

(0.75l, 42%)


8/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Glendalough Double Barrel Irish Whiskey
Ben
Ben,
This is honestly what I look for in my whiskies. Smooth, sweet and has a pleasant finish. For an Irish whiskey in this price range you get a tasty drink indeed. For fans of Jameson and Tullamore Dew. Good working class whiskey!!!
 
James
James,
For the price, not bad. But overall, just mediocre. Good for casual sipping. Sweet, not much complexity and a short lasting finish
 
Bill
Bill,
A bit too sharp for me.
 
Dalton
Dalton,
Very good sipping whiskey, warm, nice and smooth flavor, great price, will definitely keep on hand.
 
Steven
Steven,
So seriously...... where has this been? I've apparently been drinking the wrong irish whiskey for two decades........ I've drank tullemore dew, several different Jameson's, a few I can't even remember the name, writers tears(only recently.... also very good) and now this. My hubby and I just did a side by side of this with writers tears. For me, both are exceptional easy drinking Irish whiskeys. I'd be incredibly hard pressed to pick one!
 
Javier
Javier,
It's sweet upfront and slightly spicy on the backend. Taste doesn't linger but falls flat pretty quickly. It's alright for folks just starting on their whisky journey but I wouldn't revisit it anytime soon.
 
Craig
Craig,
This may be heretical to Irish whiskey connoisseurs, but I believe I enjoy this more than the Redbreast 12 Cask Strength! (. . . although probably not more than the regular Redbreast 12)
 
Chris
Chris,
We loved this one.
 
Gordon
Gordon,
Overwhelming cinnamon
 
Sean
Sean,
Very smooth
 
David
David,
Great neat. I'm no expert, but the flavor I got was oatmeal with milk and LOTS of brown sugar. Carmel and butterscotch as well. Really enjoying it.
 
Dean
Dean,
A very nice whiskey for the price. You can definitely get the hints of butterscotch and maraschino cherry. The after taste is a pleasant ginger spice. Well worth the money.
 
Mark
Mark,
Very smooth and light. Excellent flavor, very clean a bit fruity. I could have used just a little more flavor.
 
William
William,
Nose has a hint of earthiness that promises a smooth and balanced taste. Rather than caramel or honey, vanilla and dried fruit sweetness. Deeper into your dram, these flavors expand, to make it very hard to be patient between sips.
 
BOB
BOB,
Wonderfully smooth whiskey with cherry and other fruit flavors up front and a nice sweet finish. No burn at all on the back end, I'd imagine this would be a great entry whiskey for those looking to start out.
 
David
David,
Sweet, savory, clean
 
Neal
Neal,
Great sipping whiskey with no bite and delicious flavor
 
William
William,
I most appreciated the smoothness...nice aroma no 'bite' aftertaste
 
John
John,
This and Teeling small batch are my go-to recommendations for value Irish whiskey purchases. Smooth, with a fruity after taste that is great neat with a dash of water as it is mixed with Ice and ginger ale (a blasphemy back home but a delight I enjoy in the US).
 
guest
guest,
Smooth..Creamy... Spicy....Fruity.... Sooo good for the price
 
Ken
Ken,
Very smooth, and very rich. tasted it in Glendalough, and I felt like I was tasting the hills. :-)
 
Jon
Jon,
Lots of flavor, vanilla and sweet fruit create interest and make this Irish whiskey drinkable for its age.
 
Heather
Heather,
Loved it!
 
guest
guest,
Great tasting and very smooth.
 
Deborah
Deborah,
Very light and surprisingly smooth for such a young Whiskey. Vanilla aftertaste is nice
 
guest
guest,
Smooth and really delicious
 
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