Whisky

Yellow Spot Mitchell & Son Single Pot Still 12 Years Bourbon Barrels, Sherry Butts and Malaga Casks

An exquisite sensory experience.
Age 12 J. - 0,7 liter - 46% ABV
€ 84,21 / 1 liter, prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
With colouring
in stock
58,95
Article: Yellow Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey 12 Years
Country: Ireland
Whisk(e)y type: Irish Blended
Bottler: Irish Distillers Ltd. Mitchell & Son
Age: 12 Years
Barrel: Bourbon Barrels, Sherry Butts and Malaga Casks.
Alcohol: 46%
Flavour: The initial freshly mown hay aroma is given substantial depth by the typical pot still spices. Red bell peppers, freshly ground nutmeg, a tincture of clove oil and a splash of green tea, balanced with the sweet soft nose of honey and peaches contributed by the Malaga wine casks seasoned in Andalucía.
Taste: The mouth coating sensation to be expected from this Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is apparent from the first sip. Honey sweetness with Pot Still spices slowly gives way to a spectrum of flavours, from the depth of freshly ground coffee, up through creamy milk chocolate to crème brûlée, picking up some red apples and toasted oak along the way.
Finish: Sophisticated and complex, the sweetness of the initial sip remains throughout, with a beautifully succulent mix of red grape and dry barley grains at the exit.
Special: Non chill-filtered

Part of the ‘Spot' range of Single Pot Still Whiskeys, Yellow Spot was originally produced, bottled and sold by Dublin-based wine merchants Mitchell & Son. Established in 1805, Mitchell & Son were ageing whiskeys bought from John Jameson's Dublin distillery in their own casks up until 1968, when the practice of selling whiskey to bonders in cask ceased. From that date, Green Spot was bottled by Irish Distillers Ltd., and is now joined by Yellow Spot 12 Year Old. 

Further details
Country of origin: Ireland
Company: Midleton Distillery
Address: Midleton, County Cork - Ireland