Lambay Whiskey Small Batch Blend
- ABV: 40%
- Age: NAS
- Bottling: OB
- Category: Irish blended whiskey
- Cost: £35.63
- Origin: n/a
- Vintage: Undeclared
What they say
Triple distilled, bourbon cask matured and finished in cognac casks carried across the sea from the world-renowned cellars of Cognac House Camus. Lambay’s own volcanic Trinity Well water is added at the final stage of finishing before bottling, this is a whiskey as unique as the island that inspires it.
Official tasting notes:
- COLOUR: Pale Oak Brown
- AROMA: Floral, Citrus and Lingering Spiciness
- TASTE: Cracked Almonds, Pepper, Malt, Floral
- FINISH: Spiciness with Lingering Sweetness
What I say
A small batch blended Irish whiskey bottled by Lambay Whiskey. From a recent conversation on social media, my understanding is this could essentially comprise of a blend of single malt and single pot still whiskey from the same distillery?
My tasting notes:
- Appearance: White wine gold (6/20),large tears and medium legs.
- Nose: Pear drops and sweetie shops, lemon sherbet, UFO’s, apple strudel, vanilla, buttery, multigrain cereal with honey.
- Taste: Buttery and fatty/oily, sweet wine, reserved fruits, baked/poached apple and pear, honey, toffee, cinnamon, cumin seed, sweet/herbal notes.
- Finish: Drying, sweet oak wood and nutty cashews
A little oily and buttery for my liking on the palate but carries a good sweetness and reasonable diversity of flavours.
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