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The Last Drop 32-Year-Old Irish Single Malt Whiskey, 46.4%

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The release marks The Last Drop Distillers’ first release in the Irish whiskey category, and continues its mission to curate and create remarkable spirits from across the panoply of aged spirits categories.

This story behind this Signature Creation began when Rebecca Jago, Managing Director of The Last Drop Distillers, Louise McGuane and Helen Mulholland, Master Blender of Lough Gill distillery and a legendary figure in Irish whiskey, convened at the McGuane family farm in Cooraclare to taste a range of exceptionally rare Irish whiskeys from JJ Corry’s library of flavours.

A selection from this flavour library was chosen as the final array of vintage 1991 Single Malt whiskeys for this release, before they were married and placed into an ex-Oloroso Sherry Butt for finishing.

Release Size : 663 Bottles

Format: Individually numbered bottles (700ml + 50ml miniature) presented in the Last Drop's ravishing new packaging.

 

Tasting Notes by Louise McGuane & Helen Mulholland: 

APPEARANCE: Medium gold

NOSE: A smooth intriguing aroma combining apple, dried fruit, warming cinnamon spice and burnt sugar sweetness, a hint of oak signals that you are about to taste something very special.

PALATE: Only a malt whiskey of this age could provide the smooth subtle warmth that builds. The years of maturation have rounded and refined the liquid creating a lightness as you are seamlessly guided through rich creamy raisins, toasted almonds and dark chocolate.

FINISH: The comforting warmth remains, the dark chocolate now with a touch of bitterness, fruit cake combining the raisins and nuts returns before cleanly disappearing leaving you with the memory.

 

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