Irish Whiskey Society Midleton 17 Single Cask

Country: Ireland
Type: Irish Pot Still
Bottler: Distiller for the Irish Whiskey Society
ABV: 55.2%
Score: 88 points

The first cask ever bottled specially for Dublin’s Irish Whiskey Society is a Midleton single pot still whiskey, with a typically Midleton light, clean, and crisp nose that’s slightly malty with hints of lemongrass, honey, and vanilla. The taste is spicy with cinnamon, black tea and honey with lemon underneath and a hint of licorice. The finish is long and slightly tart with a hint of tea with honey and lemon.

Mark Gillespie

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