Dunphy's is an Irish blend made by Midleton, originally for the US market, but now available on this side of the pond.
An easy going and easy on the pocket whiskey from Midleton distillery. Dunphy's was first produced back in the 1950s for the US market, with mixing and Irish coffee very much in mind. It was available there up to around 1988 but now is mostly confined to Ireland.
Dunphy's Whiskey Tasting Notes
Creamy vanilla and chocolate digestive biscuits, with a clean, vegetal edge to it.
The warming, Christmas-y spices stick around on the finish.
Continued creaminess, before developing spicier hints along the way.
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