A classic Irish single malt. The bottle depicts the Battle of Clontarf in 1014. The town and the whiskey both have a special place in the hearts of the Irish people.
Our experts say: Ireland has some great single malts but this is one of the best-priced on the market. It is triple-distilled at one of Ireland’s most renowned distilleries and aged in bourbon casks. A bundle of orchard fruit hits the nose while fresh barley and a slight sweet spice follow on the palate. An undertone of vanilla provides good structure and a delicious finish.