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70 cl / 40%

Ireland Irish Whiskey

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Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey first appeared as a John Locke's brand over 100 years ago and was sold successfully until Locke's distillery ceased production in the 1950's.

Locke's distillery is the oldest continuously licensed whiskey distillery in the world dating back to 1757.

This whiskey is now distilled by Cooley who recently released a version of this whiskey distilled at the Kilbeggan distillery.

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Reviews and ratings (See more reviews of Cooley)

    2 reviews with an average score of 77

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    “Nice light irish whiskey with lots of floral notes.”
    This dram has a gold-like color.

    Nose (79): average. honey, vanilla, floral, mint, toffee.

    Taste (85): light, smooth. honey, malt, wood, pears, spices, floral.

    Finish (83): average. peat, floral, honey, spices.

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