The 19th and 20th centuries, in Ireland, the heyday for writers – and whiskey. Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and other well-known writers retreated to the bars and took their inspiration from their daily observations. The constant companionship of these writers had a whiskey with him. In peace they enjoyed the whiskey and put a part of their creativity in this. At this time, above all, a whiskey was very popular and was also called the champagne of whiskeys. This particular whiskey was a master blend of malt whiskeys produced in pot still method. A rumor that former writers have so enjoyed plenty of unique whiskeys that their tears just tasted like the whiskey itself. The attacks this legend and is a tribute to this bygone era. The color offers a luminous amber. The texture is creamy and the taste rich in aromas – all this makes the unique. Overall, you get a whiskey here, with a mild yet complex taste. Try it!
Writers Tears Coper Pot is a blended whisky. Rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 by 54 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £33.99, falling slightly short of liquid gold but this in a solid everyday blended whisky.
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