Limited to just 275 bottles, this is amongst some of the oldest Irish Single Malt ever bottled. This very special bottling was drawn from two very unique barrels that were first filled in 1983 and together they yielded just 275 bottles. Bottled at 42.9% with no chill filtration this is a whiskey to treasure. This highly collectable bottle comes packaged in an impressive wooden box which contains a specially commissioned booklet.
|Nose||Harmonious and polished on the nose. Aromas of lemon curd, pears in syrup, orange zest, pineapple, crème caramel and lime cordial.|
|Taste||Juicy, sweet and zesty. Remarkable freshness and delicateness. Well balanced and very fruity. Flavours of lemon, lime, grilled grapefruit, vanilla and honeydew melon. Surprisingly lacking in any harsh oakiness.|