Writer's Tears Pot Still Blend Whiskey
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Writers Tears Writer's Tears Pot Still Blend Whiskey

(0.75l, 40%)

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Irish golden tears.

Pure pot still Whiskey (yes, Irish write it Whiskey) is a type of Whiskey traditionally made from a mixture of malted and unmalted barley distilled in copper pot still. It is unique to Ireland. Not to be confused with blended Whiskey, which is a mixture of column still unmalted grain Whiskey and pot still single malt Whiskey, "copper pot" is a single Whiskey made from a batch of barley composed of both unmalted and malted barley that has been distilled in a pot still.
Many Irish writers suffered from ‘Writer's Block’ and it was said that when they cried they cried tears of Whiskey. Most, if not all of them, sought comfort and inspiration from “The Water of Life” (Whiskey). The relaxing characteristics of Whiskey helped many of them overcome writers block and produce inspired works of poetry, prose and plays. Writer’s Tears, a fairly new Whiskey, is a salute to these great Irish writers.
Writer's Tears Whiskey is distilled in the same old tradition that has existed in Ireland for hundreds of years (triple distilled, 100% pure pot still Whiskey, no grain, matured in oak bourbon barrels, non-chill filtered) and is owned by the Walsh Family, also owners of The Irishman Brands.

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About The Flavour Spiral

malted barley
What does Writer's Tears Pot Still Blend Whiskey taste like?

The Flavour Spiral™ shows the most common flavours that you'll taste in Writer's Tears Pot Still Blend Whiskey and gives you a chance to have a taste of it before actually tasting it.

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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland and some other parts of the world distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and USA they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Smooth, aromatic, light, floral with a hint of lemon.
Appearance / Colour
Classic malt, rich yellow gold.
Smell / Nose
The aroma reminds us of honey and marmalade streaking the fruity barley.
Taste / Palate
The first thing you notice about Writer’s Tears is the lovely round body and full rich flavor, very smooth initially, but developing a little tingle or slight pepperiness on the palate. It's very aromatic and floral malt with a faint suggestion of lemon right in the end - a hint of citrus and an initial flourish of spicy, malty sweetness that quickly leaves the stage to drier, firmer characters.
The honey-marmalade comes back as an echo of the aroma to provide the final moments of a decently long finish.

Flavour Spiral
malted barley, floral, lemon, honey, marmalade, citrus, spicy, malty, fruit
Ratings & Reviews
One of my favorites, and a great price to boot!
Loved the more complicated nose and taste! Very, very good.
Tasted with ice. Light nose and just enough burn with the finish. I like it better than the citrus of the SAI blended scotch whisky.
Bought two bottles after the taster. Love this stuff!
It was okay. Slightly better than Jameson.
Good match to a good book at the fireplace.
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