The Irishman Single Malt Irish Whiskey – it’s a triple distilled expression which is aged in both sherry and bourbon casks for over 10 years before bottling.

Situated deep within the Carlow countryside, the Urglin Glebe House is over two centuries old and the headquarters of the Irish Whiskey Co. The company was founded by Bernard and Rosemary Walsh. the whiskey is matured in a combination of American oak casks that were previously used to mature bourbon and European oak casks that were previously used to mature Oloroso Sherry.

Name: The Irishman Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Region: Walsh, Ireland

Nose: Fruit with notes of creamy vanilla, malt chocolate, and barley. Hints of licorice and amber are also noticeable.

Palate: Pine nuts with citrus fruits and baked cake, sprinkled with apricots and oranges. With the whiskey sitting out for 5+ minutes untouched, sherry notes and almonds shine through to the fore front of the palate.

Finish: Medium to Long Finish with Wet Oak and light dark chocolate orange zest finish off a lovely dram.



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