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Whisky Advocate: "Pearse Lyons Distillery opened in 2017, becoming Dublin’s second working distillery this century. This single malt has a nose of honey, apple pie with cream, light pepper, dried grasses, and green herbal notes. The orchard fruits of apple and pear are silenced by a fury of pepper, root ginger, and clove, with only grapefruit peel proffered in response. The dry, banana chip finish fades in a melee of squabbling spices. (JM, Summer 2018)"
Price: $29.99

Whisky Advocate: "Like the Writers Tears reviewed in this issue, this is from an independent company linked to renowned whiskey maker Bernard Walsh. It is described as of a style popular in James Joyce's Dublin (hence the name). Grain whiskey was a no-no at that time, so this uses no grain and is a mix of malt and pot still whiskeys. For its price and strength it is amazing — a big-hearted and full-flavored whiskey with an oily, apple-y pot still heart and cinnamon, nutmeg, and pepper spices. (DS, Summer 2012)" K&L Notes: The elusive Writer's Tears Pot ...
Price: $39.99

Whisky Advocate: "Ripe yellow fruits, summer florals, satsuma peel, anise candy, and, unexpectedly, a catch of smoke at the back of the throat. Interestingly, the malt in this blend was made elsewhere, on the stills now installed at the Pearse Lyons Distillery in Dublin. Mellow, with tropical fruits, melon, and citrus. It becomes quite tangy, with a growing dominance of spices, ginger, and pepper. Shades of sourness creep in, heralding a light, spicy finish. (JM, Summer 2018)"
Price: $16.99

Bourbon barrel aged and finish in Oloroso sherry - this will challenge your perception of Irish whiskey. Similar to American Whiskey, Ireland has seen a huge influx in barrel finished whiskies. The real problem is that most of them don't taste good. Glendalough has, fortunately for drinkers everywhere, nailed it. This still feels like Irish whiskey through and through. Floral and fruity on the nose, silky smooth on the palate, and just the right amount of spice and orange peel on the finish. It's one of the best executed sherry finished whiskies we have.
Price: $31.99

Once again - Glendalough delivers on a perfectly balanced, yet interesting finish on their Irish whiskey. This 7 year old single malt shines with all of the mellow bright fruit and malt character you'd expect layered with chocolate, cocoa, toffee, and sweet spice. Gold Medal winner at the 2018 World Whiskey Awards for Single Malt under 10 years old.
Price: $54.99

A light, easy drinking, and value-priced Irish blend from Kilbeggan distillery, part of the Cooley company. For the money its tough to imagine anything better!
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