Green Spot Single Pot Still

Green Spot

Single Pot Still

(0.75l, 40%)

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The Cult One.
The Mitchell & Son wine merchants started their business in 1805. At first,  they set up a bakery and confectionery on Dublin’s Grafton street. But with the rise of demand for Irish Whiskey in the Victorian Whiskey boom era, they soon entered the Whiskey bonding business. What they did is purchase newly made Whiskey under  bond to mature and bottle it themselves, before selling it under their brand. By doing so, they evaded paying the excise tax. 
It’s unknown when exactly Green Spot was first produced, but by the 1920’s Mitchell & Son had bottled over 100 Sherry casks of Whiskey per year. Usually the Whiskey was matured for five years in casks by the distiller and later blended, then matured by the merchant for at least five more years, depending on the ‘Spot’ brand name. The name comes from the practice of marking the different ages of casks with a different colour. 
Green Spot Single Pot Still bears no age statement and is composed of Pot still Whiskeys aged from 7 to 10 years. The Whiskey has been matured in new casks and ex-Bourbon barrels, as well as the ones that contained Sherry. This much appraised drop of Irish Whiskey has become a cult favourite.


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  • Style
    Single Pot Still Whiskey
  • Region
  • Country
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    Green Spot
  • Bottler
    Green Spot

Flavour Spiral™

About The Flavour Spiral

green apple
exotic fruit
What does Green Spot Single Pot Still taste like?

The Flavour Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Green Spot Single Pot Still and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

We invented Flavour Spiral™ here at Flaviar to get all your senses involved in tasting drinks and, frankly, because we think that classic tasting notes are boring.
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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 / Colour
Light amber.
Smell / Nose
Fresh aromatic fruits and oils, paired with barley and toasted wood. The contribution of Sherry casks is more than present. 
Taste / Palate
A sensuous spicy body with fruity notes of green apples, pears and apricot, rounded with the presence of mellow grain and coconut.   
A moderate length finish that brings out the notes of spiciness and the pot still character.
Flavour Spiral
Oak, Sweet, Barley, Fresh, Coconut, Grain, Sherry, Smooth, Apples, Caramel, Warm, Apricots.
Ratings & Reviews
The penultimate Irish whisky. More robust flavor profile than its big brother.
Great Irish Whiskey! Highly recommended.
Favorite for price
The hype is real. Definitely a favorite now.
My favorite Irish Whiskey, and definitely up there amongst other varieties of whiskey. Lovely smells, great mouth feel, and a nice sweet/fruity finish!
Solid whisky
Great go to Irish
Currently it is my favorite Irish whiskey - richer in flavor than the average Irish fare, it drinks smooth, lightly sweet, and the color is lovely.
very smooth !
Mild I like it
Интересный баланс.
Smooth, sweet medium finish.
Mellow at first sip. Easy to drink and just what I like...but so is Bushmills for 1/3 the cost.
Complex and delicious
One of my favorites. This truly turned my eyes to Irish whiskies for the first time away from most of the swill that is passed around, you know, the stuff that starts with a J.
I first was steered toward this gem when working in Galway. I instantly loved it but until recently it was unobtainable in the U.S. so when a friend revealed a bottle I flipped. It is a spectacular and fine whiskey irrespective of origins, age, cost, blended or single malt. I strongly urge you to try it. It fascinates the nose and palate of the inexperienced as well as the informed.
There is a musty, old wood note that gives me a sense of history. Young but old soul'd.
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