The Whistler Distillers Select Double Oaked

The Whistler Distillers Select Double Oaked

(0.75l, 40%)

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A blend of Irish Single Malts and grain Whiskies aged in Bourbon barrels and finished for six months in Sherry casks.

Patrick Cooney knows Irish Spirits. He and his brother Nicholas purchased Gleeson — building the beverage-maker through organic growth and acquisitions to a nine-figure Irish giant. Patrick sold Gleeson in 2012 and has turned the family’s attention toward a new legacy — the Na Cuana beverage company and the Boann Distillery. It’s a true family business with his wife Marie, his daughters Sally-Anne and Celestine, and their sons Peter, Patrick, and James. Thier brands include Adams Ciders, Boyne Brewhouse Craft Beer, Robert A. Murray Irish Cream Liqueurs, and The Whistler Irish Whiskies.

The Whistler Distillers Select Double Oaked is a blend triple-distilled Irish Single Malt and grain Whiskies from across Ireland — each one hand-selected by Michael Walsh, the head distiller at Boann. All of the Spirits were aged in ex-Bourbon casks for a minimum of three years and brought to the Boann facility where they were transferred to Oloroso Sherry casks to marry and finish for six months. The process makes for a mighty good dram with a deep complexity and powerful, classic aroma.
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toasted oak
citrus zest
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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Medium Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is lively with warm caramel and vanilla over notes of citrus zest and roasted pecans.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate begins with vanilla creams, opening to toasted oak, fig, and lemon curd.

The finish is medium to long with oak tannins and a dash of honey.
Ratings & Reviews
Favorite so far
Good flavor but a little too sweet. Overall, not too bad
Boring, lacks depth. Can tell it's young. Funny because the bottle says full bodied & deep - quite the opposite. Slight fig starter & lemon finish.
Very bland, could not taste any of the notes. Would not buy this again.
This does not taste like a traditional Irish whiskey, unfortunately. No delicious vanilla or biscuit flavors that Irish whiskey brings to the table. It tastes very young. And, the flavor suggests they blended too much grain (most likely corn) whiskey into the blend. I would not get this again. I'd rather grab Slane or The Sexton for a budget pour with sherry cask influence. Or, even better, Bushmill Black Bush.
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