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Glendalough 7 Years Old 70cl 46°


• Volume0.7 L
• ABV46 °
• TypeSingle malt
• DistilleryGlendalough
• CountryIreland
• Age7 years
• MaturationBourbon
• PeatNon Peated
• Reference :22886

49,50 €

The Glendalough distillery launches its first Irish Single Malt, aged for 7 years in Bourbon barrels selected for their intense and sweet aromas. Pictured on the bottle is Saint Kevin who spent 7 years in the Irish wilderness and then built his "City of 7 Churches" in Glendalough : 7 years to shape a man’s character and the soul of a whiskey.

Glendalough 7 Years Old has a rich a sweet nose with spicy citrus and a hint of floral notes. A velvety smooth palate reveals malt and oaky scents on the nose, with a lingering and pleasant sweet woody finish.

Wishing to revive the traditional Irish distilleries, five friends from Wiclow and Dublin created the Glendalough distillery.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, Ireland boasted more than 200 distilleries, which until recently dropped to a small handful. Glendalough was created to pay homage to the Irish distilling heritage. The young craft distillery produces today a range of innovative and traditional spirits, from Poitín to whiskeys and botanical gins, relying on heritage and tradition of the Irish distilleries. Glendalough is the first Irish craft distillery.

Grade 
Gaspard T
09/5/2016

Une bonne surprise

Robuste et fruité.
Pas un monstre de finesse, mais suffisamment de caractère.
Une bonne surprise.

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    Glendalough 7 Years Old 70cl 46°

    Glendalough 7 Years Old 70cl 46°

    Gendalough 7 Years Old has aged in Bourbon barrels selected for their intense and sweet aromas: 7 years to shape a man’s character and the soul of a whiskey.

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    Colour: light amber.

    Nose: rich and sweet, a Irish Whiskey Single Malt with a touch of cinnamon and a hint of citrus fruits (orange zest, lemon and vanilla ice cream). A touch of fresh floral notes evokes meadow flowers.

    Palate: silky and velvety smooth, with orange notes, crème brulee and bitter chocolate, with just enough cinnamon and white pepper, followed by robust malt and oak flavours, almost butterscotch. All the flavours mingle together on a warm embrace coating the palate.

    Finish: luxurious and lingering, with mild spices elegantly married on the palate.

    Silver Medal : San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2015.

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