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Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish Whisky, 70 cl
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- Well-smoked and peated, heather freshness and floral notes with a honeyed sweetness and a little wood
- Long and pungent with honey and peat smoke
- Hints of chocolate vanilla and oak leave a mouth-watering taste
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The smoke rising through the malted barley during this drying process confers the whiskey with a distinct peaty flavour and aroma.
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The colour is a golden honey colour, on the nose is the peat and barley come through with a little sweetness. On the pallet is smooth, what you would expect from an Irish whiskey, and non overpowering tones of peat and smokiness, but then you feel a sudden burst of flavours coming through. In my own personal opinion, again its the sweetness, the peat, the barley, and you can even taste the water from the bogs to give you the sense of air and atmosphere of Connemara. The finish is excellent, it is long and consistent, sweet but mellow and provides you with a feeling of coming back for another sip.
Overall, I like it, but as I am a huge admirer of Islay whiskey, the tastes and characteristics are not wild and smokey enough for me, but for the Irish market is a solid product which has gently exposed Irish whiskey drinkers to a peat based product.