Pot Still share about 60%, Grain share about 40%. A good and uncomplicated blend, but with more body than the Jameson standard. The nose is very nice, on the tongue it is then a bit flatter. The finish is mildly warm.
A fresh and floral nose, more rich than the Jameson standard. Rose water, vanilla, wine gum.
In the start malty with milk chocolate. Less floral than the nose, tends towards the dry clay soil and freshly laid oak planks on the tongue. Mild and creamy with a larger body than the standard.
It is not that easy to find outside of Ireland, I have been told. But I do not believe it to be a great loss. Just under 30 EUR.
Mildly creamy nose on loads of honey, citrus and heather. Some oatmeal. Lemongrass. Fanta. Leaf of mint.
It is spicy and sweet on the palate, but a little too sweet to my taste. Becomes a bit bourbonny. Must be the grain in the mix. Lightly floral. I am reminded of lilac, which is always a bit tricky for me. Orange zest. A bit of toasted oak. Cloves and cinnamon point out the sherry casks in this blend.
The finish is surprisingly long on cloves and oranges.
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