Dingle Triple Distilled
70cl / 46.5%
- Irish Single Malt Whiskey
- Distillery Bottling
Dingle Triple Distilled Reviews
Tasting notes from Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Nose: A burst of fresh green leaves and sweet butter – pine needles, tarragon and butterscotch. More savoury notes hide underneath, a touch of meatiness with rye bread and salty butter.
Palate: Big hit of spice to start, with icing sugar and caramel sweetness. Cinnamon heat continues and sweetness builds. Fruity notes develop: candied apples, pear and a hint of pineapple.
Finish: A touch of green leaf and sweet cream fades to reveal tarragon and dark caramel notes.
2 Customer Reviews
I've been waiting to try Dingle's whisky for 3yrs. My visits there have been met with a wealth of knowledge on whisky by the staff, and a dedication and passion for the product that seems to live in their bottles. The bottle is a higher percentage of alcohol, which, according to the team there, allows for more of the oils to press through in flavor. The 'legs' in the glass are longer, and the overall flavor is noticeably and distinctly different than other whiskeys I've tried, Scotch or Irish. Complex, yet distinct. The Tasting Notes from The Whisky Exchange are actually quite accurate. The "icing sugar and caramel sweetness" really came through for me.
A relaxing, complex whisky. Very smooth for such a young whiskey. You can taste the dedication that’s gone in to making this - it will always bring to mind the Wild Atlantic Way, recommended.