70cl / 40%
Single Pot Still
- Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
- Distillery Bottling
- In Stock
- Next-day delivery available
Green Spot Reviews
Tasting Notes by Stuart P
Nose: Toffee and malt dominate, but still rather lean and clean, with a smattering of apple and pear.
Palate: Soft on the palate, with chewy maltiness, and gentle fruit.
Finish: Quite short, but lovely balance between the fruit and malt.
17 Customer Reviews
Shhhhhhhhhh please don''t tell anyone how good this is for the price or they will do the sane as they did with the Redbreast 12 yr old. My go to whiskey if I am undiceided, but is a real treat. For me toffee, clean & apple abundance, just lovely.........BANG FOR BUCKS !!
I didn''t even know whiskey could taste like this... Amazing pear and sweet green apple notes and a mouthfeel that can only be described as creamy custard.
Good traditional Pot Still with plenty of heritage. I''m still trying to get used to the new version but glad it''s out there.
My new favorite, I love Irish whiskey,Powers, Red Breast, Jameson Reserve Black Barrel,Middleton but this is by far the best I''ve had so far.
This is stupendous whiskey, absolutely brilliant whiskey. Worth every penny - truly a shame that it's not more readily available. If you like Redbreast or Powers John's Lane Pot Still whiskies, you'll love this one.
Mindblowing, green apple, fresh, unique, stunning whiskey
Found the first pour of a fresh bottle to be a tad harsh, hoping that mellows now that it's open.
My Brother suggested trying Green Spot on my recent trip to Ireland, oh my gosh is this stuff great, brought a bottle home! Smooth drinking.
This is a unique whiskey unlike anything that comes out of Scotland. It is a young whiskey (7-8 years old) the nose is fresh and the taste in full of fresh fruit and mint. The finish is short but very pleasant.I used to import this from Michell's in Ireland until recently. Thankfully I can now buy it from TWE. Hurrah!
After ignoring their last 2 pure pot stills for decades (having turned the pure pot still Powers, Jameson etc into cheaper blends in the 60's), even trying to kill them off very recently, Irish Distillers have suddenly gone all Irish whiskey heritage mad and have released 3 new ones. Is it because a new independant distillery is coming out with a pure pot still (yes they've renamed theirs single pot still), Cooley is comming out with a pure pot still and Writers tears was doing so well?