Writers Tears Reviews

WRITERS TEARS Reviews

All Writers Tears Reviews

Average rating: 8/10 (2766 votes)

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Writer's Tears Pot Still Blend Whiskey
Evan,
Very bourbon like, vanilla with a little rye spice
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Scott,
I got this as a most appropriate tipple for National Novel Writing Month 2020. It has already helped a lot. I’m more than halfway to my word count goal and only a third of the way through the month. It is nectar of the gods, and will help anyone write a great novel.
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Andrew,
The vanilla and pear notes really jump out when you open the bottle. The finish is spicy yet smooth. I couldn’t make out the chocolate/cocoa notes, and that was disappointing. A solid whiskey but it pales in comparison to Redbreast and Jameson Black Barrel.
Writers' Tears Japanese Mizunara Cask Finish
Gavin,
Lovely whiskey very nice addition to writers tears
Writers' Tears Japanese Mizunara Cask Finish
DAVID,
a solid whiskey lovely on the nose and smooth to drink, the minunara definitely adds somethings different but in a good way
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Jacopo,
This is the whiskey to drink if you do not like whiskey. And if you like it too 🙂
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Martin,
Very smooth and easy drinking. On the sweet side but not too sweet.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Paul,
This was such a surprise! Tried it in an Irish Coffee to start off with and ended up finishing the bottle with a small jug of water. Light and easy to drink. Will be trying it once again for sure!
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Patrick,
Definitely my new whiskey of choice!
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Roy,
Didn’t like the first drink, but the next time I drank it, I found it much better. Great flavor.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Donald,
Very tasty Irish whiskey, easy drinker. Should be in everyone’s home bar.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
David,
The Flaviar tasting notes are spot on. Full flavor and creamy upfront with becoming mildly peppery spicy on the finish that lasts a long time. Very nice malty sipper with no burn. The light spice with a touch of honey is still lingering... Will buy this again!
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
David,
Amazing
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Charlie,
True to the Irish Whiskey tradition, smooth with sweet notes to follow. Sit back with a pour and enjoy. I’ll order another replacement when this is done
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
BORJA,
Extremely smooth Whiskey. More for the palate than from the nose (not a very steamy drink). Easy to drink, and to start enjoying Spirits without rocks.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Mervyn,
Very light and smooth with an initial hit of banana. Took me by surprise as I’m usually a Scotch drinker but this is pretty good.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Conor,
Jolly rancher nose. Honey with hard candies. Fruity and a light spice with insane smoothness. Orange hit with a buttery, orange zested breakfast toast. Doesn't match the name at all with how bright this is
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Krisztina,
Perfect drink to soothe your broken heart after a bad breakup: sharp beginning, with a soft and subtle finish. The smell and the taste has a lovely hint of sweetness and floral-honey notes hidden in it just perfectly. Drinking it gives me a flashback to a simpler, nicer summer. Really enjoyable Irish whiskey, with a proper copper pot finish, would recommend it with good consciousness, even if you don't go through a rough breakup while tasting it!
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Leighanne,
Loved it! Sweet and slightly spicy, a beautiful blend.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Louis,
I really like this. Very easy drinker, just a little sweet with a bite at the end.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Declan,
Very sharp burn, at first. but once you get over that the actual taste is quite good A whiskey to be enjoyed in small doses
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Danny,
I really enjoyed this one. Instantly it is towards the top of my favorite Irish whiskys. Very smooth with a warming sensation. I get a lot of vanilla but not overpowering.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Matt,
Fruity Irish Whisky Extremely fresh with green fruit, pears and melon. Then you get the classic copper pot finish. Irish style has never really been a favourite but this was okay.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Mr,
Really good Irish whiskey, very easy to drink , light flavours of pear and very smooth , lacks on flavours compared to redbreast and green spot so loses some stars but still very enjoyable
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Corey,
Peppery, easy drinking
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Jason,
Spicy, smooth but nothing unique about it. Need to try the other offerings as this one did not impress.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Steven,
Hands down the best Irish whiskey we've drank to date, several more are on our bucket list.... writers tears will definitely be a keeper in our home bar....
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Joseph,
Another winner; semi sweet with a slight spicy finish.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Tyler,
Smooth and light. Very easy to sip any time
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Mark,
There's a subtlety in the flavors after a couple of sippings. Plenty smooth for an Irish whiskey––it veers toward bourbon territory. The oak combination creates some fun exploring and the hints of spice suit my palate well.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Chris,
I didn't love it but it's still a pretty good Irish Whiskey. Nice golden color In the nose I got a hint of latte and dark honey. Three taste was definitely a butterscotch or toffee flavor. Smooth going down but there is some intangibles it's missing for me. Buy me one I'll drink it but I'll buy you something better.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Kate,
Too sweet for me. Great in coffee
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Julia,
The aroma is warm with a balance of dried fruit, spiced bread, and a hint of alcohol. I let the whiskey breathe and tasted it "neat." The liquid has body and coats the tongue with rich flavors of bread pudding and a hint of spice. Although it is definitely a whiskey in the back of the throat, it has all of the positive qualities of an expensive rum. I want to say, I don't drink whiskey- Ever! I bought this because of the name and the flavor profile sounded promising for my husband. It is the first whiskey I have smelled and was encouraged enough to willingly have a glass.
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Scott,
I really didn't find anything special about this one aside from its cool name.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Nathan,
A fine, full-bodied Irish Whiskey with a smooth finish and a lovely flavor attributed to the copper pot still. While a smooth drinking whiskey, I found that more than two fingers worth taken neat started to become too bland as the flavors weren't prominent enough to overcome the inevitable numbing of the tongue from the alcohol. That being said, taken with a modest amount of ice and finished before it becomes too diluted was excellent and refreshing.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Kiril,
Very good taste. One of the best for the price. Excellent everyday drink and good for special occasions.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Ben,
This is one of my favorites! It's not too lite and super easy to drink.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Yordan,
Perfect whiskey to just relax smoke a cigar. Really smooth gets bit boring after a while.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Amber,
Ok, kind of bland not my taste
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Alexander,
If you like crown royal, you will like this. Its a very smooth Irish whisky. While it didn't quite tickle my whistle, my friend finished most of the bottle, so if you want a light whisky with a smooth finish this could be for you.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
jed,
I was originally a Flaviar member 3 years ago and bought this bottle as one of my first purchases. I absolutely loved it but when I took a break for a couple years I couldn't find it anywhere else. When I rejoined it was the first thing I bought and I have a hell of a time making it last. Highly recommend.
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Ken,
Found this at Walmart in a gift set with 2 glasses for $38. After a few sips, it coverted this bourban man to Irish whisky!
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Lorenzo,
I particularly liked this good whiskey. In general, I appreciate Irish Whiskeys more than Scots ... but I think that for the next taste I will focus on rums, which I prefer absolutely among the spirits you offer, also going to discover novelties like the Middle Eastern Brandies that intrigue me. .. Thank you. Good things
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Andrew,
This one grew on me. My first taste, caused me to think I made a mistake. But that is the thing with whiskey, sometimes it is the mood you are in. This is not for the casual drinker, it is for the person that wants to sit and investigate and hunt for all of the flavors this reveals. A lot of wood and dark and citrus fruit hidden in this one with a light pepper throughout.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Gabriele,
I can feel the pain of Edgar Allen Poe.
Writers' Tears Cask Strength 2018 Release
Jared,
I got this in a sampler. It was delicious! I wish i could find a bottle somewhere!
Writers' Tears Double Oak
Jared,
Not impressed with this one. The flavor profile may be on point for everything but any zest or spice. This is a VERY mild whiskey. After a few sips, I don't even taste it anymore. Easy to drink, but a little too smooth for my taste.
Writers' Tears Cask Strength 2018 Release
Kiril,
Very very good taste with little bit of water to kill aroma of the extra alcohol.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
Timothy,
Didn’t get the lemon or the more subtle notes - very light and boozy on the finish. Meh.
Writers' Tears Copper Pot
William,
Came to me as a gift. Really pleasant, a bit more peppery than some Irish whiskies I’ve had. I can see it being one of my favorites.