Type: Irish Whiskey
Nicknamed The Irish Nectar was elected Best of the Best 2003 by Whisky Magazine. This Irish whisky is prepared inside Midleton distilleries starting with an equal blend of malted and non-malted barley (whisky pot still). With the creation of an appellation dediée Redbreast became a Single Pot Still (all actual pure pot come from one distillery only: therefore it was decided to emphasize this matter, as much as Scottish distilleries emphasize their Single Malt and Single Grain).
• Color: aged gold with light amber shades.
• Fragrance: wide and very expressive, is marked by red fruits (blackberry sprouts) and by ripened fruit (peach). It then goes on burnt wood and sweet berries (red berries).
• Taste very rich and gourmand, is dominated by red berries (black berries). It then releases exotic fruit (coconuts) and ripened fruits (apricot and peach), and further toffee and pralines.
• Aftertaste long and firm, with spices (sweet pepper) and candied fruit (peach) Ends with very ripe pears.