Egan’s Legacy Reserve 17 Years Old

Egan’s Legacy Reserve 17 Years Old (46%, OB, 1000 Bottles, 2020)

  • ABV: 46%
  • Age: 17 Years Old
  • Bottling: OB
  • Category: Single Malt Irish Whiskey
  • Cost: €170
  • Origin: Undisclosed distillery
  • Vintage: Undeclared
Egans Legacy 3 €170RRP White

What they say

See Egan’s Irish Whiskey launches limited Legacy Reserve III

Official tasting notes:

Nose: Hints of honey, acacia, honeysuckle, vanilla, citrus and apricot

Mouth: Full bodied and incredibly smooth. baked peaches, pears and apricots with honey and a buttery mouth-feel.

Linger: Notes of nectar in a long satisfying finish.

What I say

Celebrating the release of Egan’s Irish Whiskey Legacy Reserve Vol III , finally onto the main event. Just 1000 bottled of this 17 year old Irish single malt have been released which has matured in American oak ex-Bourbon and finished in French oak Cadillac A.O.C. casks.

This post was sponsored by Egan’s Irish Whiskey by provision of a sample of this product.

My tasting notes:

  • Appearance: Light gold (6/20), slow-forming, medium-fine tears and strong, medium legs.
  • Nose: Sweet, highland toffee, milk chocolate, fruity peach and apricot, sweet honey and golden syrup, some apple and pear notes, a touch of floral blossom, vanilla, and oak wood.
  • Taste: Succulent sweet and fleshy stone fruits, peach and apricot, backed by pear and apple, drizlled in honey, nutty with a nut brittle nature, toffee, fudge, oak wood, spiced nutmeg, buttery and mouth-coating, medium-full bodied and very smooth.
  • Finish: Long, ripe apricots and nectarine flesh, sweet honey, nut and some spiced black pepper.


Superbly smooth and very sweet and fleshy/juicy stone fruits abound, like biting into ripe peach, apricot and Nashi pears. Wonderful.

Score 87/100

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