Tullamore Dew Whiskey
The early floral yet biscuit flavour reflects the grain whiskey, while the soft spicy notes can be attributed to the pot still whiskey in the blend. The citrus flavour is complemented by the malt. Finally notice the nutty or even marzipan note combined with distinctive vanilla in the finish – imparted by the sherry and bourbon casks used in maturation.
Born in the heart of Ireland in 1829, Tullamore D.E.W. can't escape the power of three, with a complex taste derived from three types of grain, triple distillation and the blend of all three Irish whiskeys. This unique approach has brought generations of characters closer to the true spirit of Tullamore.
7th December 2016https://www.tullamoredew.com/en-gb/our-range/tullamore-original/
Tullamore Dew Whiskey Tasting Notes
Light, sweet citrus and green apple combined with vanilla undertones.
Early fresh fruit leads to a definite light spike followed by some toasted wood which evolves into a delicious vanilla sweetness.
Put the glass down as you sense the almost buttery mellowness.
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