The most typically 'grainy' of the bunch and rather dull.
8 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Republic of Ireland
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Hay and light grassiness. Some cereal notes,like Weetabix,and touch of resin.
Palate: Quite light with that cereal character still present.
Finish: Fades gently with faint notes of aniseed.
Comment: The most typically 'grainy' of the bunch and rather dull.
Nose: Light with vanilla and chocolate lime. Toasty oak and fudge.
Palate: Light again. Seems quite young. Toffee cream softness right in the middle.
Finish: Vanilla ice cream.
Comment: Young and juicy.
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