TULLAMORE DEW 10 Y.O Single Malt

70cl, 40%

RM 349

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TASTING NOTES:

  • Colour: caramel
  • Aroma: An unusual combination of earthiness and tropical fruits, giving us a wild contrast of pineapple, freshly cut grass and toasted wood.
  • Palate: considerably duller and more muddled than the nose, but nonetheless it starts off malty and fruity with notes of wood, spice and graham. Light winey notes show up towards the end and even though it’s more muddled than the nose it’s still quite nice.
  • Finish: Long fruity and malty speckled with notes of wood, spice, chocolate Twizzlers and ash.
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TULLAMORE DEW 10 Y.O Single Malt

TULLAMORE DEW 10 Y.O Single Malt. Tullamore dew 10 contain 70cl and 40% abv.

This whisky is blend malts aged in old bourbon, port, madeira and sherry casks.This makes the 10 Year Old Single Malt not only the sole whiskey in Ireland to bring together whiskey from four different types of used barrels, but the only single malt of its kind anywhere insofar as I am aware.

In the glass, the TULLAMORE 10 Year Old Single Malt has the look of a deep golden honey, a far cry from the typical paleness of young and middle-aged Irish whiskeys. The nose has a certain lush sweetness and fruitiness to it, where a sort of sweet and sour red fruits note blends with hints of vanilla and caramel, presumably all from the port and madiera casks on the one hand and the bourbon barrels on the other. There is also a dollop of toasty oak in there, along with a dash of drying tobacco. Overall, the look and scent of the whiskey are very fetching, and the aroma in particular comes across as having a lot of complexity for a 10 Year Old.

On the palate, the Tullamore Dew 10 Year Old Single Malt brings over all the notes of the nose in bold, but not overpowering fashion. There is a bit of pepperiness there, but that is the only surprise. Everything about this whiskey is quite mild, but there is no chasing for the wine, bourbon, and malt flavors. Everything is right there and easily found, both balanced and a somewhat sophisticated. In keeping with Tullamore Dew, the whiskey is more sweet than anything else. The finish winds down from that new spicy note, into a long and mild warmth.

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