Green Spot Single Pot Still Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

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£30.39 -

4.2 out of 5 (108 reviews)

You've probably seen the bottle a thousand times and heard the name a thousand more, and with good reason. If you're looking for the ultimate everyday sipping whisky do not go past the Bushmills 10.
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Experience with the enjoyment of Green Spot Whiskey History in liquid form. A true legend for Friends of the particular flavor, which is still made in the traditional pure pot still method. The Green Spot is a great Irish whiskey. The Green Spot Irish Whiskey is made from the family Mitchell & Son in 1805, namely the Irish Midleton. To produce only selected barley is used. it is distilled in Pure pot still method and then aged for approximately eight years in selected bourbon oak barrels. In the said distillation unmalted and malted barley are used, a typical Irish manufacturing process. They give the whiskey its distinctive flavor. When serving immediately a subtle sweetness met to come facets of malt, honey and wood the room. These are continued on the palate, overall a mild spicy and subtly sweet taste. The finish is intense and persistent. Once again, the palate of spiciness and sweetness caressed. However, some connoisseurs feel it as dry as the majority wonderfully mild. It is best to enjoy it pure.Green Spot Single Pot Still Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is a single pot still whisky. Rated an average of 4.2 out of 5 by 108 reviewers and available from Amazon for only £30.39, falling slightly short of liquid gold but this in a solid everyday single pot still whisky.

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