We’re headed back to The Emerald Isle for part two of our Dubliner Irish Whiskey Review series. Last time around we tried a honey-flavored version of Dubliner. This time around, we have a more traditional Irish Whiskey.
Here’s what they have to say about it:
Fully matured in imported oak casks which previously held fine Kentucky bourbon, giving a lingering hint of bourbon sweetness to the whiskey.
The Dubliner Irish Whiskey is a blend of single malt and grain whiskies, aged in the finest Bourbon oak casks which are individually selected for blending, giving a warm and smooth whiskey, with a lasting finish.
The Dubliner is a perfect introduction to Irish Whiskey for those looking for an approachable, smooth whiskey that works equally as well on the rocks, in an Irish coffee, or in cocktails.
For those that care about price and ABV, this whisky goes for around $30 per bottle and clocks in at the entry-level ABV of “just” 40%. To find out what we thought of this whiskey, click the play button on the following video:
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Many thanks to the fine folks at Quintessential Brands for sending us this very generous sample!
Categories: Booze Dancing TV, Booze Review, Dubliner
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