Redbreast 15 Year Old

70cl / 46%
  • Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
Redbreast 15 Year Old
Web Exclusive Price £68.95 £57.46 ex VAT (£98.50 per litre)
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A sumptuous single pot still whiskey with a great degree of ageing, Redbreast 15 is richer, earthier and stronger than its 12 year old sibling. An essential part of any whiskey-drinker's education.
Age
15 Year Old
Country
Ireland
Colouring
Yes

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • Black Pepper Black Pepper
  • Clove Clove
  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Apple Apple
  • Mango Mango
  • Oak Oak

Redbreast 15 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Stuart P

    Nose: Aromas of fruit compote, cinnamon and clove. Good clean streak running through it, but the rich spiciness dominates.

    Palate: A touch drier than expected, with austere peppery spice making its presence felt, but sweetened up with spicy oak and fresh apple and mango.

    Finish: Dry, peppery, spicy.

  • Tasting Notes by Robin Laing, World Whiskies Awards 2012

    Deep dark honey, marzipan, caramel and fudge balance. Sandalwood, mango, wood and tea bags - rich and aromatic. Palate is amazing! Liquorice Allsorts, sugarcoated fennel seeds, crystallised ginger, sweet cinnamon, sherry, children's cough medicine and toffees.

21 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    17 July 2015

    Wau, this is something. The infusion of honeyd fruit compote, herbal notes and spiciness towards to the perfect balance. The best irish Potstill and actually one of the best whisk(e)y I have had in recent years. Even better than Redbreast CS B1/12. Unchillfilteration shows in extra complexity and extra worth of money, this is a bargain. However, I suggest to decant the whiskey first to full get experience. This one opens up slowly, but when it opens up it just go on and on...

  • 4
    5 January 2015

    A good step up from the 12. It offers much more character. This one is nearly as good as the first edition back in 2005. I''m glad they desided to keep it. Redbreast is back and it''s here to stay.

  • 5
    19 December 2014

    The best so far.

  • 5
    2 December 2014

    best whisky ewer

  • 6 January 2014

    best you can get, no need to look any further

  • 27 March 2013

    Brilliant, 46% but no harsh alcohol taste. Long mellow caramel flavour. Lovely nose, develops a definite hint of fine cognac in the glass. Hope Tullamore DEW can produce somthing like this in their new distillery for bicentenary 2029.

  • 27 January 2012

    WITHOUT QUESTION ....THE BEST WHISKEY IN THE WORLD.

  • 13 November 2011

    Gets smoother by the drink, sweeter than Middleton with a heavier, oilier texture. It almost has the taste of whiskey/cognac mixture. Complex flavour. I haven't tried the 12 year but this is one to savour!

  • 7 September 2011

    This whiskey proves there is something to the pot still,traditional if nothing else. The pure pot still gives a fantastic taste and this is top class, Jameson's more upmarket brands are also potstilled with great taste.

  • 27 June 2011

    No, this is the second edition bottling

  • 21 June 2011

    Do you know if it is the first edition ?

  • 23 March 2011

    One of the greatest whiskies in the world.

  • 22 January 2011

    This is my second favorite Irish whiskey. It is bold and rich with hints of honey and vanilla. It has a waxy mouth feel, with layers of complexity and a nice long finish. If you like this, I would also highly recommend Green Spot.Also, the normal nose of this whiskey is normally sweet and inviting, with no sulpher at all! I expect that those who mentioned this in their comments somehow got bad bottles.

  • 20 January 2011

    Just bought a bottle of this from the Systembolaget in Sweden. Got to agree with the sulphury aroma. Although not very strong but it's there, more akin towards burnt gunpowder than rubber. I wonder how big batches they bottle each time. A very good Irish whiskey none the less. Quite different from the 12 yo.

  • 30 December 2010

    Sounds like a bad bottle. You could bring it back to the store. Irish Distillers' stuff shouldn't taste sulphury, as they don't use casks that have been sulphured. They import the sherry casks in the winter to avoid spoiling too. The 2005 edition of the Redbreast 15 is one of the greatest whiskies I've ever tasted.

  • 23 October 2010

    I purchased a bottle from Ireland (a different store - NOT FROM The WHISKY EXCHANGE). When the bottle was opened there was a very strong sulphur aroma. The smell was of very burnt match sticks and "natural gas". The taste was sort of powdery and burnt. So I'm assuming that there was a problem with that bottle or cask. I thought I should let others know in case. I've never had a bad bottle from TWE or of the 12 yr. old Redbreast, which is magnificent.

  • 1 March 2010

    Nothing have ever reminded me blackcurrant so clearly as aa aroma and the taste of this beauty

  • 16 December 2009

    This whisky is awesome!

  • 10 December 2009

    One of the legendary Irish whiskies...which is why hardly anyone outside of Ireland will have heard of it.A classic!!

  • 5 November 2009

    One of the very few sites that still has this tresured jem. If you dont already have a bottle get one.....this whisky is not been made anymore

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