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.
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.
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.
The best Irish whiskey you can get in terms of quality v value for money. Knocks bigger premium Irish whiskey out of the park. My go-to Irish whiskey.
Powers Three Swallow Release is a lovely whiskey of character and depth with a wonderful range of aromas and complementary flavours.
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