Excerpt: There’s a robust surge of pepperiness on the palate after an initial show of dark toffee, chocolate, and Americano, then it wallows in clove, cacao nibs, leather, Brazil nut, and baked fruits.
Excerpt: The mouthfeel is light and velvety. Wildflower honey is subtle with hay and grass. Additionally, espresso grounds add a small amount of bitterness. Orange segment mixes with a spice and tobacco smoke. Black pepper and oak linger on the finish.
Excerpt: It’s remarkably flavorful for its age and brings a unique lens to Irish Whiskey. If you’re looking for something new and interesting, and you’re feeling adventurous, this could easily fit the bill.
Excerpt: On the palate, it drinks more classic, too, nicely rounded and rich with a doughy sweetness and lots of orchard fruit notes — pears and apples all stewed and heavily spiced. It’s mouth-coating and oily into the generous finish, accented by a lingering bit of lemon curd.