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The Busker Single Grain Irish Whiskey

The Busker Single Grain Irish Whiskey

Size: 0,7 l
(44.3% ABV)
54,24€
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  • BrandThe Busker
  • CategoryIrish Whiskey
  • CountryIreland
  • DistilleryThe Busker
  • Style Irish Whiskey
  • Alcohol44.3%
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We just love a good Irish Single Grain, don’t you?

Ever heard of the famous Walsh Whiskey Distillery that was founded in 1999? You don’t have to worry about remembering that name, though, as in June 2015 this Irish distillery was renamed the Royal Oak Distillery. Located in County Carlow in Ireland’s Ancient East region, the distillery boasts a really cool location: the Holloden House, which is an 18th century estate where all 3 styles of their hand-crafted The Busker Irish whiskey are crafted. These guys use both column and pot stills and they age their fine Spirits in all kinds of barrels, including Bourbon barrels from Kentucky, sherry butts from Jerez, rum barrels from the Caribbean and the rare Cantine Florio 1833 Sicilian Marsala Wine casks. You can taste their signature Busker Triple Cask Triple Smooth and all of its components: Single Grain, Single Malt and Single Pot Still Whiskey as individual offerings.

Do you know what the requirements for a Whiskey to be called Single Grain Whiskey are? Well, first of all it has to be distilled from grain or a mix of grains at a single distillery. The grains can be malted or unmalted but if the Single Grain in question is Irish, it also needs to be aged for at least 3 years. The Busker Single Grain was aged in hand-picked ex-Bourbon barrels that were sourced from the US and some rare Marsala casks from Cantine Florio 1883, one of the oldest Sicily’s wineries. Do yourself a favor and savor this splendid Single Grain and the lovely balance of sweet caramel, soft vanilla, and oak neat or on the rocks.

Flavor Spiral TM
  • caramel caramel
  • vanilla vanilla
  • oak oak
  • sweet sweet
  • lingering lingering
  • dry dry
  • soft soft

Appearance / Color
Bright yellow

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet with caramel, soft vanilla, and oak.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
A lovely balance of sweet caramel, soft vanilla and oak.

Finish
Long, dry, and sweet.

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We just love a good Irish Single Grain, don’t you?

Ever heard of the famous Walsh Whiskey Distillery that was founded in 1999? You don’t have to worry about remembering that name, though, as in June 2015 this Irish distillery was renamed the Royal Oak Distillery. Located in County Carlow in Ireland’s Ancient East region, the distillery boasts a really cool location: the Holloden House, which is an 18th century estate where all 3 styles of their hand-crafted The Busker Irish whiskey are crafted. These guys use both column and pot stills and they age their fine Spirits in all kinds of barrels, including Bourbon barrels from Kentucky, sherry butts from Jerez, rum barrels from the Caribbean and the rare Cantine Florio 1833 Sicilian Marsala Wine casks. You can taste their signature Busker Triple Cask Triple Smooth and all of its components: Single Grain, Single Malt and Single Pot Still Whiskey as individual offerings.

Do you know what the requirements for a Whiskey to be called Single Grain Whiskey are? Well, first of all it has to be distilled from grain or a mix of grains at a single distillery. The grains can be malted or unmalted but if the Single Grain in question is Irish, it also needs to be aged for at least 3 years. The Busker Single Grain was aged in hand-picked ex-Bourbon barrels that were sourced from the US and some rare Marsala casks from Cantine Florio 1883, one of the oldest Sicily’s wineries. Do yourself a favor and savor this splendid Single Grain and the lovely balance of sweet caramel, soft vanilla, and oak neat or on the rocks.

Flavor Spiral TM
  • caramel caramel
  • vanilla vanilla
  • oak oak
  • sweet sweet
  • lingering lingering
  • dry dry
  • soft soft

Appearance / Color
Bright yellow

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet with caramel, soft vanilla, and oak.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
A lovely balance of sweet caramel, soft vanilla and oak.

Finish
Long, dry, and sweet.