Dingle Single Malt Batch No. 5
Bringing this marriage of Bourbon, Pedro Ximénez and Madeira casks together has allowed the Bourbon casks to release a warm aroma of spices. Creating a unique single malt Irish whiskey bombarding the senses with molten honeycomb and salted caramel. While the Pedro Ximénez and Madeira casks combine beautifully to bring sun-dried raisins forward, scented with creamy blossom honey and saturated with vanilla. This is a wonderfully warm, lingering and mellow whiskey.
SRP: $82.87 via The Whiskey Exchange
HIRSCH The Bivouac (SRP: $55.00)
Distilled in Bardstown, Kentucky, The Bivouac combines two straight bourbons, carefully curated to appeal to those seeking rounded flavors. The custom mash bill used is inspired by the legendary A.H. Hirsch 16-Year-old Reserve, a testament to the founder’s legacy and the HIRSCH brand’s pursuit of liquid excellence.
Old Potrero Straight Rye Whiskey 6-Year-Old (SRP: $64.99)
Old Potrero Straight Rye Whiskey 6-Year-Old is distilled from a 100% malted rye mash bill in the same copper pot since the 1990’s, the liquid is then matured in new, charred, 24-month air dried, extra-fine grain, American white oak barrels for a minimum of six years. Tasting notes include brown sugar, black cherry, spice, and maple with a nutty finish, satisfying the enthusiast’ desire for bolder flavors and higher strength whiskeys.
The Arran Barrel Reserve (SRP: $49.99)
Bottled at 43%, the Barrel Reserve emphasizes the delicious, sweet fruit notes which are the hallmark of the Arran Whiskies. Lemon, citrus fruits and green apple on the nose. Vanilla sweetness coats the palate with light cinnamon notes in the background A lingering and subtle finish, with hints of sweet oak and a good balance between fruit and spice.
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