Den Glendalough Whiskey gibt es bisher als 7-jährigen und jährigen Single Malt sowie einen Single Grain Double Barrel. Diese zeichnen sich durch einen. Ein Single Grain Whiskey aus Gerstenmalz und Mais, der während einer vierjährigen Prozedur in der Craft-Distillery Glendalough entstand. CHF inkl. Glendalough - In der Glendalough Destillerie, 40 km südlich von Dublin in den Glendalough Double Barrel Singel Grain Irish Whiskey Produktbild.
GlendaloughDie Brennerei Glendalough wurde als kleine Craft Distillery gegründet. Übersetzt bedeutet der Name 'Tal der zwei Seen'. Die Nase des Glendalough Whiskey Double Barrel kann nicht anders als warm und aromatisch genannt werden: Feigen, irischer Christmas Pudding, Rosinen. Entdecken sie die Welt der Whiskeys von Glendalough mit dieser Tasting-Box. Im Set enthalten: 1x Glendalough Double Barrel Single Grain Whiskey % 0.
Glendalough Whiskey WHISKY SPECS VideoGlendalough Distillery tells the ancient story of Irish Whiskey as you've never seen it before
Age: 7 Years Old. Enjoy the unrivalled buying power of Australia's biggest whisky club. The distillery has taken a forward-thinking approach to production and has so far produced a sterling range of liquors with overwhelmingly positive results.
As regulations were tightened, the vast majority of those stills were closed down — and now Glendalough is seeking to bring back part of the pioneering spirit that saw Irish whisky evolve into the wonder that it is today.
Region: Ireland. Origin: Glendalough, Co. This distillate was then matured in Alligator char ex-bourbon barrels for three years before a further maturation in the Irish oak l hogsheads commissioned by Glendalough.
Each bottle is then individually numbered with the tree, cask, batch and bottle number and is a release of 21, bottles—thus, not one for the collectors or flippers.
I also want to applaud Glendalough for their very prompt reply to answering my questions I had about the liquid.
A quick message via Instagram and the reply came back that this is untampered with, bar the reducing water. All good. On the nose: Very cereal-driven — a lot of raw malt here.
Earthy, but with a strong new make note. Then a powerful wave of clove rock. Burnt sugar and vanilla custard.
Cask char and strong wood notes along with dried green and black tea leaves. Water makes the clove even more pronounced, with a smattering of cinnamon.
In the mouth: An oily and very spicy arrival. Raw malt, clove oil and prickly spice heat of ginger, pepper and dry oak tannins. The finish is surprisingly long, very much spice heat with those green herbal notes lingering.
Almost cough tincture-esque. Water makes things a little sweeter on arrival, but still, the spice and oak dominate. Shopping for Christmas pressies?
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Not your average Irish but worth every penny. Paul Kirmmse Whaletown,BC. I discovered this in the duty free shop in Shannon Airport.
I was greeted by a young fellow handing out samples one of which I tasted. I took another just to make sure and could not believe how smooth it is.
I just discovered this website and am comforted in knowing I can order it sent to me in the States. Very smooth tasty dram with a lovely fruity undertone due to the sherry finish.
So I just started drinking Irish Whiskey. The usual suspects of Red Bush and Jamiesons. Saw this Double Barrel on sale, the label was a good read so I really enjoy this fruity whiskey and I'll buy it again.
Let me get one thing out of the way before I state my review: Black Bush is my go-to when I'm at home.
I enjoy the direct, unvarnished flavour of this sherry cask whiskey. When I'm on the road, it's Johnnie Walker Red because I can never find someone stocking BB : slightly smoky, and it fulfils the basic requirements of drinkable whiskey.
Both are well made, slightly complicated, rugged and handsome enough to get by, just like me. So understand that as a bias in my review.
It has some spice to it, that's for sure. Unlike my go-to whiskeys, this has a spicy aroma: vanilla; nuttiness; cinnamon? Now, don't let that last aromatic aspect put you off.
This is good whiskey. Sure, if you're like me and God help you if you are , the first whiff might be a bit of a surprise: where is the smoke?
Where is the peat? Where is the unveiled anger? Why does this even have something to smell at all?
Well, as my wife usually reminds me, I shouldn't expect everything to be the same, day in, day out.