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An intriguing Irish blend of grain, malt and pot still whiskeys, Lost Irish is aged in seven types of casks sourced from six continents: American bourbon, Australian tawny, Caribbean rum, Colombian rum, European sherry, Japanese Mizunara and South African brandy.
The nose is meek but delivers an interesting blend of white grape juice, light cinnamon, grape must, honey and fresh pastry.
Thin on the palate with no sign of ethanol. Honey, white grapes, pepper, faint cream and butterscotch.
Short with a pleasant variety of baking spice, honey, maple, cinnamon, white grapes, a hint of vanilla and some butterscotch
This is a hard pour to pin down — there’s almost too much going on, but the nose is meek and throws you off the trail for a moment. It’s unusual but not exceptional.
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