Tipperary Watershed Boutique Selection

Tipperary Watershed Boutique Selection

(0.75l, 47%)


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The Golden Vale is a picturesque region of rolling hills and pasture land in southwestern Ireland spanning three counties — Limerick, Tipperary, and Cork. Tipperary Distillery is a brand-spank’in new operation that sits in the middle of this small patch of God’s country. Founded in 2016, their own distillery is under construction. But until then they are contracting out to other boutique distilleries in the region to supply them with their first signature spirits, of which, currently there are three: The Rising, Watershed, and Knockmealdowns.

Being a small operator — a boutique distillery — just about everything that they do is “limited.” For Tipperary Watershed Boutique Selection Single Malt Irish Whiskey, each release is limited to six casks. Each one is a first-fill ex-Bourbon barrel filled with premium Irish Whiskey selected by Malt Master Stuart Nickerson. The spirit is cut to a spot-on 47% ABV with local spring water and each bottle is individually hand-numbered. And we do not detect a single artificial coloring or nasty additive has been within twenty miles of this lovely dram.

Flavour Spiral™

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vanilla
pepper
apple
fudge
butter
grain
grape
oily
honey
What does Tipperary Watershed Boutique Selection taste like?

The Flavour Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Tipperary Watershed Boutique Selection 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 / Color
Warm Gold.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Fresh grain, vanilla, and apples.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Vanilla fudge, black pepper, and sultanas.

Finish
Smooth, warming, and buttery.
Ratings & Reviews
Kori
Kori,
Strong notes apple, very floral. Solid.
 
Matthew
Matthew,
The mix of softer flavors upfront with a creamy mouthfeel contrasts the spicier finish. Very nice.
 
Lee
Lee,
Not what I expected from an Irish. Aromas of fruit and honey. A pleasant spice and more fruit while sipping and a long, pleasant, sweet finish. Pleasant surprised. A little mild for me, but I could see myself drinking this again.
 
Greg
Greg,
I am really enjoying this sample. It's full of mostly sweet flavors but it's got some heat to it with the black pepper. I wouldn't call it smooth, exactly, but it is enjoyable. A lot of character for an Irish whiskey!
 
Paul
Paul,
Didn’t love it
 
Paul
Paul,
Very smooth and great mildly sweet taste. Zero burn. I was pleasantly surprised how much I liked this Dec 3 selection for the advent calendar
 
Jared
Jared,
Good smell, sweet with flavors of vanilla, apple, honey, peppery, medium finish. Good dessert supper if you want something lighter that won’t hit you hard. Good easy sipper.
 
Taylor
Taylor,
Super fruity, sweet and very smooth. More of a peat guy myself but this would make a great dessert whiskey!
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Not bad for an Irish whiskey. Smells a little better than it tastes.
 
Jeffry
Jeffry,
Solid but a little too simple flavor profile that is dominated by spicy/pepper. Better Irish whiskey is available for much less money
 
Aaron
Aaron,
Quite nice for an Irish.
 
Alex
Alex,
Pretty good. Spicy and peppery at the start, but finishes with a taste of vanilla and apple which lingers for a while.
 
Holly
Holly,
Tired this as part of the Advent Calendar. Was decent. Sweet and smooth. Not something I would rush off to buy though.
 
Gregory
Gregory,
Delicious
 
James
James,
One of the better Irish whiskys I’ve tried.
 
Terri
Terri,
very fresh and smooth finish . Best of the whiskey lingers for a long time
 
Elspeth
Elspeth,
The honey notes and vanilla hints are delightful. A favorite Irish whiskey from a Scotch fan. Refreshing and full of flavor
 
Allison
Allison,
Sweet, good, minor heartburn afterwards
 
Matt
Matt,
An interesting mix of sweet and spicy, but in the end it was just ok.
 
Deborah
Deborah,
Great for mixing. Wonderful with a lime and ginger ale!
 
guest
guest,
havent had it yet
 
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