70cl / 46%
Leoville Barton Bordeaux Finished
- Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
- Distillery Bottling
Green Spot Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Nose: It is the contribution of the French oak which drives the initial aroma adding some crisp woodland notes to the spicy Single Pot Still character. The wine seasoning brings a delicate touch of floral perfume and a hint of ripe berries such as raspberries and strawberries, these are in addition to the orchard fruits typical of Green Spot.
Taste: The familiar mouth coating effect is a very satisfying balance of oak and spices. Some vanilla sweetness works in harmony with the dry wine influence, while the fresh orchard fruits and French oak combine effortlessly with barley grains to complete the complexity.
Finish: The rich French oak character is slow to fade leaving the wine and spices of France and Ireland with the last word.
Tasting Notes by Stuart P
Nose: Fresh apples, warming berry fruit, woody spice, aromas of egg custard and crème brûlée, along with rose petals and nutmeg.
Palate: Fresh and fruity initially, with refreshing fruity notes of green apple, greengage, melon and soft notes of raspberry, then spicier notes take over – clove and nutmeg.
Finish: The soft red fruits balance well with the firmer, spicier notes.
Comment: The 12-24 months this whiskey spent in wine casks is apparent, with the red-berry fruits coming through nicely. Overall, though, this is a solid single pot still Irish whiskey with a good mix of green fruit and rich spice.
5 Customer Reviews
Asked my cousin to pick me up a bottle of Green Spot and she bought this by mistake. And thus started my addiction. Most amazing whiskey I've ever tasted. Has complexity of flavor, amazing color, nice mouth feel, and finishes with the right amount of sweetness. If The Whiskey Exchange ever runs out, another trip to Ireland is not out of the question so I can stock up.
My father in law and I have been lucky enough to try many whiskies... This Green Spot is a stunning bottle and for its price, something a little bit magical. It stands up with the Tallamore Dew Cider Cask and Redbreast 21 year old easily, and although it doesn't have the smokiness of your more heavily peated Scottish single malts, we'd both drink this over and over again.
This is first class ,I am not a whiskey drinker but I like to sit down with a green spot at the weekend.
I was surprised by this and not in a good way. Tastes more like red wine with some whiskey, rather than whiskey with some red wine. Very harsh.
If you like Irish single pot still whiskey then trust me, you''re going to love this!