Appearance / Color
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Pineapple and honey and caramel apples
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Rich and viscous, full bodied and luscious with nectarine and leather with spice cake
A long lasting tang of fruit, cream, and grain… like a French pear tart
sherry, apple, cake, honey, spicy notes, nutty, caramel, leather, fruit
Single Pot Still Whiskey is rather unique and only a handful of Irish Whiskey shops still distill in this fashion. Oddly, the term has nothing to do with the still itself. It’s much like a single malt Whiskey, but it uses a combination of both malted and unmalted barley in the mash. And where a single malt Whiskey is usually distilled twice, Single Pot Still Whiskey is usually distilled three times, making the Whiskey taste a little earthier and bringing out the flavor of orchard fruits.