The Irishman Single malt is bottled in small batch , it is an Irish whiskey unpeated triply distilled.
Found in the Irishman versions inimitable style of the greatest Irish : sweet spices and accurate notes of red fruits. From Antrim County, the Irish Single Malt is made from a blend of several barrels of American oak and Spanish over 10 years especially selected by Bernard Walsh age. Each batch (small batch) , never more than 6000 bottles is individually numbered bottle by bottle, and signed by Bernard Walsh. A charming bouquet unpeated whiskey, rather floral and fruity nose.
Gold Medal at the International Spirits Challenge , London
Double Gold Medal at the International Spirits Challenge, San Francisco
Gold Medal Awards ISW Germany 2012
Gold Medal at the International Spirits Challenge, San Francisco , 2013.
golden honey .
and stewed fruit nose with succulent notes of peach, dried apricot and tropical fruits. Touches of orange blossom and vanilla.
sweetness of vanilla , cereals, toasted almonds and honey , a little oak , cookies, notes of apricot and a hint of cola .
long and persistent finish with a slightly malty notes , sweet oak . Not really final , but more a desire to come back!
As close as they are by geography or language, and calling one another as the inventorship whiskey, Ireland and Scotland practice very different ways yet to develop a water-de-life cereal. In Ireland, it is not made use of peat in the malting process, while it is yet abundant in the island. Stills are much greater than in Scotland. Finally, the triple distillation is widespread, while it is outstanding among the Scots.