Roe & Co is light and smooth, with a subtle spicy edge. It’s good value, it’s good whiskey and that extra proof gives it an edge it wouldn’t have at 40%.
A fine Irish whiskey with nice creamy texture which coats the tongue with all the lovely flavours brought together by the double barrel process. A lovely pour.
Never disrespect the bottom shelf. Some great pours to be had there, especially when they’re on offer. These Jim Beam’s are evidence of that!
814,000 people visited Irish distilleries last year, a rise of 11%. This great news shows that the popularity of Irish whiskey is continuing to grow.
A really lovely pour with lots going on. The aromas promise much on the flavour front and it doesn’t let you down. It’s a good proof with a fine body, nice complementary flavours and a rich mouth feel.
OF 1920 Prohibition Style has a lovely, complementary balance between flavours and heat. A very nice Bourbon, particularly if you’re into dark, rich flavours.
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Colonel EH Taylor 2015 release is a big Bourbon hitter, full of heat and flavour. If you like it hot, then this one’s for you!
Quite simply a sublime Bourbon. It ticks all the boxes with a complex nose and complex, complementary flavours. Bourbon doesn’t get much better.
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