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Greenore 8

Single Grain Irish Whiskey

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Greenore 8, Single Grain Irish Whiskey

  • Mar 7, 2010
The aromas are nuanced—sumptuous—inviting--elegant: Soft vanilla, green apple, corn, white tea, lemon and toasty grains. These clean, fresh smells fall lightly onto your palate in a finespun, oily mouth-feel with flavors of vanilla, marchpane or crème caramel mingled with fruitier tones like an apple or lemon bouchee; preposterously enjoyable to drink. The finish lingers, showing finally some warm baking spices.

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March 11, 2010
I love this line: "preposterously enjoyable to drink." Great review. You've got me hankering to try a single grain Irish whiskey (which I can't say that I have).
March 11, 2010
Butter the reason that you may have missed the 'Irish Single Grain' is because --as of now-- Greenore is the only one marketed (that i aware of). Butter, i would be surprised if you didn't thoroughly enjoy this delicate tasty tipple.
March 10, 2010
If we could get more people to sample whisky like this, then the grain Whiskeys would be as renowned as the Single Malts!
March 11, 2010
Forrest's review and your comment have officially piqued my interest. I don't think I've ever had a single grain Irish whiskey before. I am officially intrigued.
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