Secret Irish - That Boutique-Y Whisky Company Batch #2 12 year old

50cl / 500ml / 48.6%
Product Details
Region / Type
Distillery
Secret Irish
Series / Description
That Boutique-Y Whisky Company Batch #2
Year Bottled
2018
Age
12 year old
Alcohol ABV
48.6%
Cask Strength
Yes
Cask Wood Type
Oak
Single Cask
Yes
Number Bottled
429
Packaging
Unboxed
Bottler
Master of the Malt
Country of Origin
Scotland
Stopper
Cork
Bottle Type
Dumpy
Bottle Size
50cl / 500ml
Neck Level
Full Level
HTFW Cat. No.
LP9165
£58.95

Availability: In stock

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Product Description

A second batch of That Boutique-y Whisky Company's Irish Single Malt.

This time, they've bottled a 12 year old single malt whiskey - but they're still keeping the distillery it came from a secret (but you don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to work out this will be from either the Cooley or Bushmills distilleries.

The label depicts  Aeneas Coffey (1780–1839) who was an Irish inventor, distiller and excise man who patented the Continuous still or indeed now known as the Coffey still being given short shrift by the Irish distillers of the day with his idea to introduce his still into Ireland where the Pot Still was considered the only true way of distilling Whiskey.

Batch 2 is a release of 429 bottles.

Our Tasting Notes:

Nose: Vanillin wood sawdust, pink wafers, white nougart, floating islands (soft meringue on creme anglais sauce) candyfloss green grapes,nice biscuits, toasted marshmallows and sugared almonds.

Palate: White chocolate muffins, custard cream biscuits, vanilla milkshake, apple bon bons, pears in syrup. A real creamy-milky oak body/mouthfeel with some subtle baking spices and ground almonds.

Finish: Vanilla and almond milkshake, toasted oak, pear drops. Finishing dry with a dusting of custard powder or icing sugar on green apple slices.

Classic Irish Ex-Bourbon cask matured single malt, very easy drinking and think the words "adult milkshake" sprang to mind when thinking of a one line tasting note for this! Makes a change from my usual term of "breakfast whiskey" for this kind of style i guess?