caramel
vanilla cream
honey
sweet
floral
zesty
orange zest
tobacco
grassy
Spiral Midleton Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy

Midleton
Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep cherry-wood.
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet dry grass, toffee, and a light floral aroma.  
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Cedar wood and tobacco like a cigar humidor, candied orange zest, more toffee... 
 
Finish 
Vanilla cream with nutmeg.
Price:
$234.99
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Midleton Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy is adored for its caramel, vanilla cream, honey and sweet flavor notes.

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

Based on 72 votes, the average rating for Midleton Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy is 8.9/10.

Top reviews for Midleton Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy:

— I first experienced Midleton Barry Crockett in a lovely pub in the heart of Cork, and to my mind it ranks as one of the greatest whiskeys I've ever come across. Balanced, complex, and smooth as silk, I can't think of anything that evokes the best of Ireland without thinking of this.

— Complex caramel, oak, vanilla, and berry flavor with a hint of salt. Long and interesting finish. Very smooth

— Unexpectedly smooth. Sipping while watching a game and nursing a beer. One of my alltime favorite whiskey drinking memories...
  • Category
  • Style
    Single Pot Still Whiskey
  • Region
    Ireland
  • Country
    Ireland
  • Alcohol
    46%
  • Distillery
  • Age
    NAS
  • Maturation
    ex-Bourbon casks and first-fill American Oak

Midleton Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy

(0.75l, 46%)


8.9/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Midleton Irish Whiskey Barry Crockett Legacy
Jon
Jon,
I first experienced Midleton Barry Crockett in a lovely pub in the heart of Cork, and to my mind it ranks as one of the greatest whiskeys I've ever come across. Balanced, complex, and smooth as silk, I can't think of anything that evokes the best of Ireland without thinking of this.
 
Daniel
Daniel,
Very smooth
 
Nicholas
Nicholas,
Vanilla, caramel, leading to a sweet and lovely finish. It’s definitely worth a try, though a little pricey
 
alexey
alexey,
Complex caramel, oak, vanilla, and berry flavor with a hint of salt. Long and interesting finish. Very smooth
 
Josh
Josh,
Unexpectedly smooth. Sipping while watching a game and nursing a beer. One of my alltime favorite whiskey drinking memories...
 
guest
guest,
Aromas of creamy vanilla, banana, light oak, vegetal grassy, Taste: passionfruit, spicy, melon Very nice and smooth - I really like the passionfruit/melon flavor I get in the aftertaste - not a fan of the price given there is no age statement
 
Matt
Matt,
A very good whiskey, but not as smooth as I was expecting for the price.
 
Joseph
Joseph,
Slightly sweet with a creamy taste. Just a small amount of the new oak barrel that it was aged in. Quite possibly the best whisky I've ever tasted, and I've tasted my share (and yours)! Simply put, it's heaven in a bottle
 
Devlin
Devlin,
Flavorful and bold.
 
Matthew
Matthew,
I get this for special occasions, it's a must for everybody to try.
 
Christian
Christian,
Very well put together. The flavors are indistinguishable, as the alcohol in it is on the strong side. None the less excellent in my opinion. Woody and forte are in this creation.
 
Rick
Rick,
Easily my favorite
 
James
James,
Outstanding in every way. My favorite whiskey. Period.
 
Trevor
Trevor,
One of my top favorites as far as a nice sipping whiskey goes.
 
Garry
Garry,
Wonderfully smooth, this drinks very much like a Bourbon. A fantastic balanced flavor profile, and a deliciously long finish.
 
Andrew
Andrew,
Great Irish. Got to share with a few friends and all were amazed.
 
Thierry
Thierry,
I am rather fond of more peaty whiskey, but I tasted this whiskey that has appeared to me very fine in taste and highly successful ... it is too easy to drink despite the high price !!...
 
Bill
Bill,
Excellent and easy to drink
 
Stephen
Stephen,
I recently asked for two glasses (for me and my girlfriend) of this at a bar in Dublin. Cost me €66, and I asked for a funnel to pour it back in to the bottle (the barman didn't laugh). Nonetheless, it was a fine whiskey. I do feel that Yellow Spot is close enough to emulating the taste, though €160 is an excellent price when a bottle of this in Ireland is normally €215.
 
Test
Test,
Nice!
 
Craig
Craig,
Oh yeah
 
guest
guest,
Good add
 
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