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Writers Tear's - Pot Still Blend

Gently Spiced
Writers Tear's - Pot Still Blend

70cl Bottle £41.17
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Country of Origin

Eire

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  • ProducerWalsh Whiskey Distillery Co

Nose: Flashes of apple with hints of vanilla and honey over a distinctive pot still base.

Palate: Gently spiced with a burst of ginger and butterscotch with background notes of toasted oak.

Finish: Long Elegant finish with subtle notes of milk chocolate and almonds.

Writerṣ Tears” is a unique old Irish Pot still Whiskey. It is a vatting of Single Malt and Single Pot Still whiskeys. Distilled from 60% malt and 40% pot Still (No Grain). Writers Tears is triple distilled, non-peated and matured and aged in American Oak bourbon casks.

A gold medal winner at the International Spirits Challenge in London and one of the highest rated Irish Whiskeys in Jim Murrays Iconic “Whiskey Bible” “Altogether a very unusual Irish Whiskey, a throwback to the last century where spiced Pure Pot Still whiskey was married with Floral Single Malt” – Jim Murray. It has also been added to Ian Buxton’s publication “101 Whiskeys to try before you die.

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