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Tasting Notes: Paddy: Old Irish Whiskey

Paddy: Old Irish Whiskey (Irish Blended Whiskey: 40% ABV)

Visual: Grain to yellow.

Viscosity: Fast thick streaks.

Nose: Viscous. Strong alcohol jelly like fumes. Toffee. Grain. 448 more words

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Tasting Notes: Old Ballantruan: The Peated Malt

Old Ballantruan: The Peated Malt (Scottish Speyside Single Malt Whisky: 50% ABV)

Visual:Light yellowed gold.

Viscosity: Slow thin puckering from the spirit.

Nose: Peat smoke, steak, soft cherries. 412 more words

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Tasting Notes: The Pogues: Irish Whiskey

The Pogues: Irish Whiskey (Irish Blended Whiskey: 40% ABV)

Visual: Deep ruddy gold.

Viscosity: Generally fast thick streaks.

Nose: Honey and custard. Lightly floral. Some alcohol burn. 521 more words

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Tasting Notes: Ardbeg: Perpetuum

Ardbeg: Perpetuum (Scottish Islay Single Malt Whisky: 47.4% ABV)

Visual: Pale gold.

Viscosity: Medium speed and thickness streaks.

Nose: Smoke. Oily fish skins. Intense. Swordfish steak. 536 more words

Scotland

Tasting Notes: Glen Scotia: 15 Year

Glen Scotia: 15 Year (Scottish Single Malt Campbeltown Whisky: 15 Year: 46% ABV)

Visual: Deep bronzed gold.

Viscosity: Quite a few fast, thick streaks.

Nose: Golden syrup cakes. 389 more words

Scotland

Tasting Notes: Glen Scotia: Victoriana

Glen Scotia: Victoriana (Scotland Campbeltown Single Malt Whisky: 51.5% ABV)

Visual: Deep dark gold.

Viscosity: A mix of slow to fast, thick to thin steaks. Ok, all kinds of streaks. 457 more words

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Benromach Peat Smoke......

When looking for a peaty whisky I have been known to avoid Speyside attempts and go for a┬áTalisker or Islay malt. So I was interested to see what my “local” could come up with; hence the tasting of this… 134 more words