The Irish somehow passed me by, except for a few bottles of Jameson used from a decade ago and from time to time consumed Carolan's liqueur, so you can say this is my first Irish lotta. Well, not bad at all, quite a rich and diverse flavor, the taste / finish is also good, the balance is present, the pitches are good, Madeira is, but somehow separately from the base, fragments well inscribed, but still externally introduced.
Medium intensity, refreshing, light wine-berry notes, strawberry, a little bit of minerality, fruit ice, wine sweetness the second wave, sweet cotton wool, cream.
Tender oak, cream, wine, Madeira proper, Montpancier, lemon-orange flesh, ginger, cinnamon.
Light, gentle oak against the background of fading wine notes, tea with lemon, orange confiture, light notes of ginger.