- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Double Distilled
- 43.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- Added on
- 11 Nov 2017 9:43 am by ThomasTNT
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Whisky Reviews for Tyrconnell Single Malt
11 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 78.93 points
- Cheap as chips and would probably go quite nicely on a bag of chips if you ran out of vinegar (the salt would temper the sweetness too).
- pleasant and easy to drink, 22 € are OK
mild, malt, nougat, a little lemon
tasty and sweet, honey, nougat, malt
medium length, milk chocolate, cocoa
- Young, but not uninteresting. A lot of spice. I can not get the picture of unteaten Connemara out of my head.
Fruity, sweet, yet amazingly spicy. No light malt, albeit with youthful pear notes. A slight plastic note is in the background, as if it were the untested brother of Connemara.
Spicy, fruity, quite strong onset. Something peppery youth and a subtle Kunsstoffnote.
Long, fruity, hints of smoke, towards the end a bit tart and more oak. Surprisingly long.
- okay not in the sipping category for me but pairs great with a good tonic water (not Schweppes). Perfect on hot summer afternoons.
- Sweet and fruity, pretty full body, above expectation at least. Enjoyable, not very complex.
Full fruity nose, some overripe banana, prunes, lemon. A bit soapy, and stewed pears.
A little pepper on the tongue, sweet, and orange, honey, some caramel. Sour underneath, citrus. A bit drying mouthfeel.
A little pepper remains, sweet and fruit, orange, honey, vanilla. Middle long.
- Fairly balanced, you can well and gladly offer its guests.
Sweet, bright ripe fruit, clearly recognizable malt, slight alcoholic note, after the first sip of the malt is even clearer, the nut described by the manufacturer comes to me only very slightly and discreetly in the background
Very fruity, clear pear, heather and malt in balance, oak barrel visible, in the foreground very sweet and fruity
Long, honey, malt clearly, some oak, again distinct malt, later a very slight touch of nut sticks.
- Nose: pear nothing else.
Mouth: nothing, then even less, a little bit of water, eventually sweet and pleasant pear. Breath of alcohol. The End.