Slane Irish Blended Whiskey 70cl

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  • ABV: 40%
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Slane Irish Blended Whiskey is a super smooth blend of three different types of whiskey, each aged in a different treated wood. If you know about whiskey, then that’s enough to whet your appetite for this exceptional dram, but we’ll still tell you more. Slane Irish Blended Whiskey comes from Ireland’s famed Boyne Valley, the home of many a fine Irish tipple, and this triple-cask production method yields one of the most remarkable formulas we’ve tasted. The medium-char virgin casks contribute flavours of smoky, toasted oak and vanilla, while the seasoned casks, raised by hand at the famous Brown-Forman Cooperages and used to age rich and sweet Tennessee bourbon, offer hints of caramel, plum, banana, and butterscotch. The third type of cask comes from Jerez in Spain, formerly used to mature Oloroso sherry, and bring about lovely notes of raisins and spice. Now for the taste experience: Slane Irish Blended Whiskey features a rich, woody notes on the nose, dry and fragrant, with a core of creamy vanilla, joined by crisp apples, toffee, and a nice grassiness. On the palate, Slane Irish Blended Whiskey continues the vanilla vibe, joined by spicy clove, sweet toffee, butterscotch, and a balancing essence of grain and oak, before a swift finish leaves you perfectly satisfied. Slane Irish Blended Whiskey is a real knocker taken on the rocks, but you can take this one surprisingly far with the right mixers. Keep it in the pub with Slane and cider—try it to believe it—or be bold and reinvent the old fashioned into a Slane fashioned by combining with Oloroso sherry, sugar syrup, Angostura bitters, and barrel aged bitters. No matter how you enjoy Slane Irish Blended Whiskey, just don’t underestimate the power of a great dram such as this. • Slane Irish Blended Whiskey is an exceptional blended whiskey formula made from a combination of three different cask-aged whiskies • Made in Ireland’s famous Boyne Valley • Easy drinking, yet complex enough to be enjoyed by the most discerning whiskey lovers
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