Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin
Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin brings you through the seasons with fresh Spring notes of pine, juniper and citrus. It’s smooth and mellow at first, brings you through to Summer floral and Autumn fruits and then leads into wintery warm spice. A long and balanced gin, fresh with just enough spice to linger after.
Glendalough Double Barrel Whiskey
The nose is slight but undoubtedly rich with dark fruit; cherry, raisin, fig (with Christmas pudding notes on the nose for those lucky enough to know what that is) along with floral lemongrass and a touch of nutmeg. The taste is sweet and creamy on the palate, with butterscotch, honey and peppercorn bringing along sweet Bourbon Cask notes with dried fruit returning through notes of maraschino cherries and a pinch of brown sugar. The finish has lingering notes of ginger spices with a faint glimmer of almond to end a complex Irish Whiskey from start to finish.
Glendalough 7 Year Single Malt Whiskey
The nose is rich and sweet, a premium single malt Irish whiskey with a touch of cinnamon and more than a hint of citrus fruits - orange zest, lemon infused with vanilla ice cream. The taste is a silky velvety smooth palate with the returning orange zest tones to the fore, with rich creme brulee, dark chocolate, cinnamon and white pepper spice, followed by the beautiful robust malt and oak influenced flavors, almost butterscotch, which mix wonderfully as the warmth expands through. The finish is luxurious and lingering, the spicy, sweet notes elegantly marry on the finish and stay an eternity. Everything you’d expect from the perfect sipping whiskey.
Glendalough 13 Year Single Malt Whiskey
The nose is deep butterscotch, honeycomb and rich lemon meringue balanced with citrus fruits and just a hint of a clove spice. The taste. Jumps to the front with an intense vanilla fudge luxurious sweetness and almost rock candy mixed with touches of fruit - lemon citrus, peach and dried apricot. This is followed by deep spices; red peppercorn and light cloves. A truly velvety mouth feel that just hovers on the palate. The finish. The spice is left lingering with under-layers of robust malt characteristics and deep oak notes. And again vanilla fudge reoccurs with a finish that lasts an eternity.