Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
Gingerbread, toffee and cocoa. Cereal, cinnamon and pepper. Glace cherries, honey roasted nuts and oak spice. A bit grassy and minty. Faint metallic notes. Leather, vanilla and musk. Read more →
As a reward to myself for being an awesome husband, I decided to try some Irish Whisky at our favourite Irish pub near the convention center, the Overdraught. And since it’s so hard to get, I ordered the Green Spot single pot still Irish whiskey. Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.
Well, that’s not true. In fact I wanted to order the Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish Whiskey, though they were out, so I went for a normally very pricey Irish (in Ontario).
Green Spot is a blend of 8 and 9 year old single pot still Irish whiskey, 25% of which are matured in sherry casks. It’s somewhat rare, as only 500 cases are made a year, so keep an eye out for it. Read more →
Two-color, Barber Pole style cigar, a rather stylish Ogre. Part of Asylum 13 line, this 7×70, delivers hints of hay, cream, coco, vanilla, and more.
Malt master David Stewart’s latest creations are set to reach US stores late Oct. Check out the traditional oak single barrel and TUN 1509!
We’ve talked about the Ardbeg Galileo (12 y/o) and the Uigeadail (? y/o), but this younger version is pretty wild. Check out our TEN review.