The first release from the newly formed Sliabh Liag distillery in Co. Donegal. A blended whiskey bottled at 40% ABV and retailing at a RRP of €47.
John Moriarty Notes
Stuart Irvine Notes
Overall this is a very easy drinking blend that could’ve done with a good bit more oomph. This would serve well as a beginner’s whiskey but, as stated, it’s all a little too safe and in my opinion this feels a little overpriced for my liking.
Bar Manager with 5* Park Hotel Kenmare, Co. Kerry for 34 years. Brings people to their ‘senses’ regularly conducts Whiskey Master Classes professionally within the hotel, the Dublin Bar Academy and throughout Ireland. Involved with the Whiskey school at Dingle Whiskey Distillery. Teaches but is a ‘Whiskey student for ever’ learning constantly from John C. McDougall, Rachel McNeill & Prof Paul Hughes. Has achieved a General Cert in distillation with the Institute of Brewing and Distilling.
Stuart Irvine is a whiskey blogger based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Since first getting into whiskey around 5 years ago Stuart has amassed an incredible knowledge of all whiskeys and he has since started up his own highly respected blog “Whisky Belfast”, is active on twitter as @Whisky_Belfast and contributes regularly on Facebook. Stuart regularly attends whiskey events both in his native Belfast, and further afield.