This is the second in a series where I review classic Irish whiskeys. Previously we featured the Powers Signature and this time its the always popular Redbreast 12 year old. This whiskey recently won the 2019 “Worldwide whiskey trophy” at the International Wine & Spirit Competition. When thinking about Redbreast 12, I remember walking into […]Read More Classic Review : Redbreast 12
In this Series I plan to review some of the classic Irish whiskeys which I rate and some others that whiskey friends of mine have listed as their favorites. The plan is to do a review every couple of weeks over the next six months or so. We will be focusing on the actual nosing […]Read More Classic Reviews – Powers Signature
Here in WhiskeyTalk we feature releases from the established giants of the Irish whiskey industry, the new distillerys and also the smaller bottlers/ spirit wholesalers. Fear Grinn is the first bottling from Whiskey Factor, which is, as it happens, one of those smaller spirit wholesalers. Based in Dundalk, Whiskey Factor has offered this 16 Year […]Read More Whiskey Review: Fear Grinn
5th July 2019 For this whiskey review I am exploring a sent sample for a new release from one of my favourite companies – Walsh Whiskey. Walsh Whiskey under Bernard Walsh’s stewardship release consistently great whiskeys. With a superb source, well designed releases and quality finishing Walsh has brought us a number of winners like […]Read More Whiskey Review – Walsh Whiskey Single Malt Marsala Finish.
This is first in my Whiskey Review series which will review both new and previous releases (both sourced and produced liquid) from Irish distilleries and bottlers. The plan is for short pieces focused on my personal view of what I experience with the whiskey. For anyone interested in the broader details, history, range or facts […]Read More Whiskey Review -DLD Copper Alley