Irish Single Malt Whisky 14 Year Old 2000 (51.5%, The Nectar of The Daily Drams, 2015)
- Category: Irish Single Malt Whisky
- Origin: ?
- Bottling: The Nectar of The Daily Drams
- ABV: 51.5%
- Cost: ~ €65 from The Bonding Dram
What they say:
Not much so check out Sjoerd’s notes at Malt Fascination:
What I say:
Thanks to Sjoerd for sharing a sample of this intriguing Irish malt whiskey bottled by The Nectar (Belgian whisky importer and distributor) under their Daly Drams label.
Soave wine gold (5/20), fine tears with long & fine legs
Sweet and high notes initially, icing sugar, vanilla & honey, coconut, cream, custard cream biscuits, biscuit cereal barley, flour/milled barley, light lemon/lime cream or foam – sweetened, fruity apple & pear, elderflower blossom and menthol crystals
Light & gentle, honeyed, apple & pear juice (clarified), biscuit malt, slightly dried grassy hay, floral and light elderflower blossom, vanilla cream, fresh and green coconut, fresh woody oak and menthol?
Medium, pastries, key lime pie, floral, sweet, oak wood
Slightly ascerbic and woody but beautifully light and ethereal elderflower, fruity and grassy – a lot like a good speyside scotch single malt.
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