Writers' Tears 'Double Oak' Irish Whiskey 750ml
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Whisky Advocate 92
WA TOP 20 2019 Rank 10
" Walsh Whiskey has rarely released better whiskeys than those of 2019, which included two expressions made in collaboration with the Legaret family of Deau Cognac. Here, they apply bourbon and French oak cognac barrels to the unique marriage of single pot still and single malt Irish whiskeys, arguably the most premium interpretation of the Irish blend. Aromas of dark berry fruit, cinnamon, fudge, milk chocolate, graham ... read more
Item ID: #35369
Size: 750mL (liquor)

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Whisky Advocate 92
WA TOP 20 2019 Rank 10
" Walsh Whiskey has rarely released better whiskeys than those of 2019, which included two expressions made in collaboration with the Legaret family of Deau Cognac. Here, they apply bourbon and French oak cognac barrels to the unique marriage of single pot still and single malt Irish whiskeys, arguably the most premium interpretation of the Irish blend. Aromas of dark berry fruit, cinnamon, fudge, milk chocolate, graham crackers, jellied fruit, and a smudge of dry spices. Compelling, well-structured whiskey with cinnamon, chocolate, dark toffee, pepper, and ginger; never cloying, nor overly sweet, just a richly rewarding glass . " Jonny McCormick

"Writers Tears Double Oak, is a blend of the two premium whiskey styles aged in two types of wood American and French Oak. It is triple-distilled, non-chill filtered and bottled at 46 ABV. The new expression is made possible by a close collaboration between the Walsh family in Irelands County Carlow and the Legaret family in Cognac, France. Dashes of sweet vanilla, notes of cinnamon, plum & poached pear. Pressed grapes and citrus zest. Chocolate undertones and lingering spice."

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