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A brand of Walsh Whiskey, founded in 1999 by Bernard and Rosemary Walsh, dedicated to bottling and promoting traditional Irish whiskey. The Writer’s Tears bottlings are a homage to the nineteenth-century Irish whiskey. Walsh Whiskey, based in Carlow, Ireland, has already won several national and international prizes for their whiskeys. Another Walsh brand is The Irishman.
Uncomplicated, light and yet full of flavor. That is how you could describe this Irish blended malt. A whisky for every day or, in terms of price too, a nice entry-level dram. It is not known which distilleries produced the malt, but what does it matter?
With this Writer's Tears Double Oak that is produced by the Irish Midleton Distillery you get a dram that is a blend of pot still and single malt whisky. This not so common blend matured in both American and French oak casks and is bottled at 46%.
An interesting Writers' Tears edition is this Inniskillin Ice Wine Cask. It is a blend of Irish pot still and single malt whiskey (not something you see often) finished in a cask that previously held a Canadian sweet wine (we didn't see that before). 46%
This Writer's Tears Limited Edition, an Irish single malt whisky, was finished in a high quality Marsala cask. And you can taste that: deep, warm and earthy notes, dried fruit, candied ginger, apple and spices. To enjoy on winter evenings. Bottled at 45%.
The Writer's Tears bottlings pay homage to 19th century Irish whiskey. That certainly also applies to this edition of the Walsh Whiskey distillery. It is a genuine Irish triple-distilled single pot still whiskey. Matured in various cask types. (46%)
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