Lambay Whiskey

Single Malt

ABV 40%
REVIEWED Issue 158
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Expression: Single Malt
Type: Republic of Ireland Whisky / Single Malt
Age: No Age Statement
ABV: 40%
Country/Region: Republic of Ireland
Bottling type: Standard (Distillery or blended)
Tasting notes
Taster   Rob Allanson
Nose: Rice Krispies with powdered sugar, sweet potato fries and paprika. Cornbread with honey butter, fresh sheets, melon rind, orange juice. Treacle cake, a little cinnamon spices with cloves and papaya.
Palate: Sweet all the way, plenty of cinnamon spice. Pancakes and maple syrup. Spun sugar. Chocolate orange segments. There’s peach too.
Finish: Runny honey and chilli flakes, almost leaves the mouth on fire and still peachy.
Comment: Reminiscent of eating honey sandwiches in a peach grove.
Taster   Lyndsey Gray
Nose: Fruit packed with watermelon, soft red apples, mango and dried cranberries with hints of cream cheese, brioche and minty peas creating a fresh and fragrant conclusion to the nose.
Palate: Fragrant notes of spearmint, Puréed cauliflower and cheddar followed by a sharp bitterness with pink grapefruit, over-stewed tea leaves and chamomile.
Finish: Short finish with a dry chalky texture.
Comment: A chalky whisky that leaves you salivating for more. Fruity, fragrant and a little bitter.
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