A super single malt, double distilled at the Cooley Distillery using its unusually shaped copper pot stills (small in size and long in neck) giving the whisky and copper lots of contact that resulted in a refined and layered spirit.
This Tyrconnell was then bottled at 46% ABV, after it was aged for 16 years in ex-American oak bourbon barrels in a 200 year-old granite warehouse.
Region: Irish Whiskey
Nose: Tinned pineapple rings, fleshy melon and banana cream pie soothes bold baking spices, with flashes of vanilla and coconut in the backdrop.
Palate: Oily and smooth, a tropical fruit fiesta leads the way, with dollops of fresh cream and a very slight oaky bitterness tempering beautifully.
Finish: Almost too long, the richness of the spice sees off the fruit and concludes a strong dram.
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