Redbreast 12YO Cask Strength Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey 700ml

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Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is unique to Ireland. It is regarded as the quintessential style of Irish whiskey, safeguarded and nurtured under the watchful eye of the Midleton Distillery for almost two hundred years. Made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley and then triple distilled in traditional copper pot stills, Single Pot Irish Whiskeys are characterised by full, complex flavours and a wonderful creamy mouthfeel.
 
Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength displays the distinctive influence of Pot Still whiskey, which has been matured in sherry casks. This very special cask strength expression, gives a rare glimpse of redbreast 12 in its natural full flavoured state; straight from the cask, unfiltered, no water added.
 
“Take the flavors and aromas of Redbreast 12 and crank them all the way up!” - Mark Gillespie
 
  • 97 Points - Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2019
  • The Whisky Bible Liquid Gold Award - Jim Murray 2019
  • Irish Pot Still Whiskey of the Year - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2019
  • Category Winner + Gold Medal Best Irish Blended Limited Release 12 Years & Under - World Whisky Awards (WWA) 2019
  • Category Winner + Gold Medal Best Irish Grain 12 Years & Under - World Whisky Awards (WWA) 2019, 2017
  • Category Winner + Gold Medal Best Irish Single Malt 12 Years & Under - World Whisky Awards (WWA) 2019
  • Double Gold Medal - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2019
  • Finalist: 97 points - Ultimate Spirits Challenge (USC) 2019
  • Tried & True: 97 points - Ultimate Spirits Challenge (USC) 2019
“Perhaps the ultimate pot still meets bourbon/rye nose. One of the hardest, flinty aromas on the market, yet somehow there is a secondary softness to encompass the fruit. The pot still simply pulses from the glass, the bourbon-style tannin on its tail all the way. Sensational delivery, the full strength of the whiskey allows the oils to cling with stunning purpose, maximizing every last crunchy grain profile and ensuring the brown sugars absorb the oak with ease. Long finish with a significant build-up of spicy molasses, toasted raisin and enormous pot still. Wow! A potential World Whisky of the Year 2019; the first in over a 1000 tasted so far whiskies I could say that about. It really is that good!" - Jim Murray Whisky Bible 2019

Tasting Note: Nose of figs, dates, ripe banana, sultana, red apple and lime. Full dried fruit taste, a touch of citrus with aromatic oils and spices. Exceedingly long finish, rich complexity of spices and fruit, fading through sweet butterscotch to barley.

Additional Details

SKU:
13097-GB-UNIT
Age:
12 Year Old
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United Kingdom
Alcohol %:
58.2
Region:
Ireland
Style:
Single Pot Still
Varietal:
Irish Whiskey

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