Contrary to its cheeky name, this premium liquor is far too good to be associated with some alcoholic, Tourettes-ridden priest on Craggy Island. Feckin Irish Whiskey is a blend of the highest quality Irish Malt and grain whiskey, distilled in traditional copper pot stills amongst the rolling hills of Northern Ireland.
Have You Tasted the Fine Whiskies of Tullamore Dew Lately?
Tullamore Dew is a mixture of grain whiskey and Irish malt whiskey. It offers a hint of the Irish coastline in its blend, more so than other blended Irish whiskies, which results in a slightly briny character to the nose. There are also notes of brown sugar, caramel, and oak present in this whiskey's bouquet. On the palate, some tasters detected a hint of iodine behind the sweet, malty notes at the forefront of this whiskey. It has a quick, almost ephemeral finish.
They are producing small batches of gin, vodka and whiskey to start. These are spirits made with a true sense of place and a connection to the people who grew the raw ingredients and the man who coaxed them into their more spirited forms. The goal is 100% use of Washington state people and ingredients from grain to glass: gins in which you can taste the botanicals, distinctive vodkas, and whiskey flavorful and smooth. Packaging for Oola whiskey is currently in the works.
Single-Grain Scotch is The Next Exciting Thing in Whisky: In the land of Scotch, grain whisky typically is blended with more flavorful malt whisky, but is rarely sold alone. But that’s changing—these lighter, leaner whiskies deserve a closer look.