Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish Whiskey makes a strong case for more peated Irish whiskies and it is one of the great whiskies of the world. Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish Whiskey makes a strong case for more peated Irish whiskies and it is one of the great whiskies of the world.
Greenore made waves when it was first released and single-handedly made a name for single-grain whiskey in a market dominated by blends and single malts. Made from a mashbill of 95% corn and 5% malted barley (for enzymes), Greenore is sold in a range of ages, with the 8-year being the most widely available.
Kilbeggan Blended Irish Whiskey Review. EYE Dark yellow. NOSE Honey, fruit, vanilla and malt combine with light notes of caramel, spice and a candy like sweetness. A faint undertone of brownsugar and citrus glides through the whole aroma. PALATE Sweet malty caramel and vanilla with the grain whiskey making a bold statement.
Midleton Very Rare is a blended Irish Whiskey and, coming from Midleton, is basically a high-end Jameon. Think of it like the Johnny Walker Blue in the line up, only it tastes much, much, better than Johhny Blue does in my opinion. It has a high quantity of Single Pot Still whiskey in it which gives it a wonderful flavor and aroma that is complex yet approachable and thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish. This particular bottle is from the 2008 batch.