So I’m at the Irish Whiskey Museum. That’s a different review for a different day. Suffice to say, the tour was great fun.
As part of the tour, we tried 4 different Irish whiskies and then got to make our own blend. The grain we tried? Glendalough Double Barrel.
Thus I was able to review Glendalough Double Barrel. All good, eh? I’ve reviewed the others before. Try to guess them in the comments below!
This whiskey is a 4 year old single grain that was initially matured in ex-Bourbon casks before being finished in ex-Oloroso sherry casks for 6 months. It’s the entry option for Glendalough, and contrary to the 7 and 13 year old, not a single malt.
Not going to lie: A young single grain isn’t perking me up too much, however it’s not poitin, so I’m happy to drink it.
So let’s see how this…
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