smoky
pepper
charred
oak
oily
orange
malt
banana
cinnamon
Spiral West Cork Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish

West Cork
Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Amber
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Orange oil, banana and dry earth on the nose with a touch of cinnamon.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Malty palate with quince notes and a hint of ripe pear.
 
Finish
Peppery finish with a peppery exit and a whisper of smoke.
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West Cork Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish is adored for its smoky, pepper, charred and oak flavor notes.

This Irish Whiskey is carefully distilled at West Cork distillery, Ireland.

Based on 181 votes, the average rating for West Cork Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish is 6.8/10.

Top reviews for West Cork Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish:

— Loved. I like Irish Whiskey and to have a peated Irish is a treat. Smoky, charred forward with a heat finish. Picked up an orange hint. Also, Keto friendly. I drink neat.

— Smoked pepper, lots of oak. Peat is there too. Lots going on, layers of flavor. Really fun to dissect, demands your attention too much to just sip on it mindlessly.

— Could be one of my new favorites from my family’s home county.
  • Category
  • Style
    Peated Irish Whiskey
  • Region
    West Cork
  • Country
    Ireland
  • Alcohol
    43%
  • Distillery

West Cork Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish

(0.7l, 43%)


6.8/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of West Cork Glengarriff Peat Charred Cask Finish
Jaakko
Jaakko,
Let's see, very light colour, lighter than mead. Also light in feeling, doesn't stick to the glass like some other more robust whiskeys. Smell also very light, but I like what I get. Fresh, crisp. Alsi hints of peat are there, but they come and go. What a surprise the first sip is. Fullbodied, woody, smoky mouthful. Interesting and complex aftertaste as some other person remarked also. Grass? Some sort of liqueur, just not sweet? Tingles a bit like black pepper. There is some smoke included too, but of the round and soft kind, instead of the sharp artifical version you can buy in a bottle nowadays. Changes throughout sipping, but the later parts are pretty nondescriptive. Still, easily better and more interesting than the average budget whiskey, I think.
 
Ashley
Ashley,
Smoked pepper, lots of oak. Peat is there too. Lots going on, layers of flavor. Really fun to dissect, demands your attention too much to just sip on it mindlessly.
 
Erin
Erin,
Could be one of my new favorites from my family’s home county.
 
Jessy
Jessy,
It was very smooth, the Oily left a nice spicy note that lingered on your tongue. Wishing I had a bottle of it.
 
Teagan
Teagan,
This was my first peated Irish whiskey (1/3 of Peat of the Moment), and I think I'm going to need another before I make a verdict on the genre. I wouldn't order a pour of this again, as there's very little flavor compared to the peated Scotches I'm accustomed to. It's quite oily as others have mentioned (more than I'd like), but beyond that it felt a bit like sweet, smokey water with more complexity on the nose than the palette; what lingers on the tongue post-swallow is more interesting than the sip itself.
 
Lloyd
Lloyd,
All I could taste was the oil.
 
Brandon
Brandon,
Very smooth throughout, a little too much due to the oily after taste/feel. Nonetheless a good sipping whisky that cinnamon finish holds you over to the next sip.
 
Antti
Antti,
It is a very good, bold, Peated Irish Whiskey with an aromatic birth; while a bold & oily life leads to a long & spicy death with notes of peppery oak, dried apricot & a hint of smoke.
 
Renee
Renee,
Needs plenty of water.
 
marlynn
marlynn,
Loved. I like Irish Whiskey and to have a peated Irish is a treat. Smoky, charred forward with a heat finish. Picked up an orange hint. Also, Keto friendly. I drink neat.
 
Joseph
Joseph,
Light peat. Notes of pear, vanilla. Sweeter than most.
marlynn
marlynn,
I too picked up the vanilla
Deja
Deja,
Delicious and well balanced.
 
Justin
Justin,
Not bad, but I prefer the Connemara if I'm looking for peat in an Irish whiskey.
Antti
Antti,
I'd have to agree, go with the Connemara!
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