- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Single Malt
- Stated Age
- 14 years old
- Bourbon Barrels + French Limousin Oak Finish
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 26 Feb 2017 11:56 am by Archer
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Whisky Reviews for Method & Madness 2002
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 84.10 points
- The nose is nothing special: malt, wood, vanilla, a bit of caramel and molasses on the palate, then a peppery finish, somewhat fruity. This is not bad, but not very interesting. We lose the typicality of Irish whiskey. What is the point of copying Scots?
- caramel and tinned peaches in syrup on the nose. a little fiery considering its 46% with a liitle burn and tingle. some obvious fresh fruits on the taste - but with a nice acidic side and quite drying on the finish.
- Light gold pour. Light peach syrup, fresh churned butter, grass. Mouth sweet cream butter, light peach syrup, grain alcohol. Nice semi-thick feel. Nice and easy, good stuff.
- Beautiful mouth, medium nose, medium to not so nice finish
Hay, damp grass, caramel and green apple, light acidity, peach, some sourdough, a bit mineral
Honey, the 46% are pretty strong but round, very full, beautiful red and green apple in the interplay, acidity with sweet fruit, apricot, some honeydew melon, toffee, vanilla, fresh grass, limestone, white grapes with kernel, has some Japanese especially in the second half in the mouth, at the second and third sip also beautiful hops and malt
Malty, bitter, slightly acidic apple remains in the background, superficial but bitter, younger oak and beer hops & malt, not quite my favorite finish, medium length