Tyrconnell Single Malt 43%
|Single Malt Irish Whiskey
|Full and fruity with citrus notes.
|Oranges and lemon notes with a strong malt presence that balances well with the oily sweetness.
|Long finish with the malt becoming more dominant.
In 1987 John Teeling founded the Cooley Distillery as an independent Irish enterprise and formed an alternative to the previous only producer group with that which had a monopoly until there. He bought distilleries which are rich in tradition and shut down for many years and resurrected these.
The Tyrconnell was named after a racehorse which confessed in the possession of the distiller familie Watts and 1876 as outsiders won the Queen Victoria cup.
The Tyrconnell is distilled exclusively from malted barley. The Irishmen drink their whiskey best of all with spring water at room temperature "fifty to fifty".
|List of ingredients:
|Irish whiskey (distilled from malted barley), water, pigment: plain caramel.
|Country of origin:
|Andrew A. Watt & Co.
|Riverstown, County Louth. - Ireland
|Beam Suntory Deutschland GmbH
|Unterschweinstiege 2-14, 60549 Frankfurt am Main