Glendalough Triple Barrel Irish Whiskey

Glendalough Triple Barrel Irish Whiskey

(0.7l, 42%)


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A youthful, quality Irish spirit with legs.

Glendalough was founded by “five friends from Wicklow and Dubli'.” 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.

OK… stay with us because Glendalough Triple Barrel Irish Whiskey is a unique thing indeed. First, it is a Single Grain Irish Whiskey. That means that it is a combination of grains — in this case corn and malted barley — distilled and aged on site. They call it “triple barrel” because the spirit is aged three and a half years in ex-Bourbon casks, then six months in Oloroso Sherry casks, and finally it is finished in Madeira casks — for a total of four years of quality aging. Now, as a young Whiskey, we say be patient. Pour your dram, give it a single cube of ice or a spoonful of water, and then let it breath.

You will like the results.

Smartass corner:
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 east-Ireland hamlet with a small craft distillery and two lovely lakes nearby.
  • Category
  • Style
    Single Grain Irish Whiskey
  • Region
  • Country
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
  • Age
    4 Year Old
  • Maturation
    Ex-Bourbon, Oloroso and Madeira casks

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What does Glendalough Triple Barrel Irish Whiskey taste like?

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Dog Dogson
Dog Dogson's
Irish Coffee recipe: 1 cup freshly brewed strong coffee, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 3-4 tablespoons Irish Whiskey, Heavy cream, slightly whipped

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Rancio and sultana, granola, toffee, and pear. 

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Young and lightly sweet with more raisin, bran, and fresh sawn wood. 

Medium with a Wine-like lingering.
Ratings & Reviews
this wiskey should not be sold yet i another ten years , it is far from being ready for drinking ! my friends moonshine that is really awful taste better than this ! do not sell this to people that enjoy wiskey please !
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