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This small batch, double distilled single malt is made from 100% malted Irish barley, aged in ex-bourbon casks and finished in Jerez casks.

Aromas:
Raisins and dried fruits, followed by a honey sweetness with notes of fudge and butterscotch with an almond nuttiness and hints of star anise.

On the Palate:
Vanilla and spices compliment notes of dried fruits and malt.

The Finish
Warming and full bodied with lingering walnuts and honey.

Connacht 'Spirit of the Atlantic' Single Malt Irish Whiskey

The Connacht Distillery story starts on the northwest coast of Ireland, in the wild, rugged, landscape of County Mayo in the province of Connacht.

Funded by Master Distiller Robert Cassell and a team that saw the potential in Irish whiskey, the derelict old Duffy’s Bakery site in Ballina was painstakingly renovated, with whiskey production commencing in 2016.

Stuated where the River Moy’s pure, fresh, water rushes down to meet the in-flowing salty atlantic ocean, dramatic shifts in atmospheric pressure exert an ever-changing influence on the whiskey maturing in their barrels.

Connacht Single Malt 'Spirit of the Atlantic'

SKU: SWII009
Regular price €67.95
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700 ml

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This small batch, double distilled single malt is made from 100% malted Irish barley, aged in ex-bourbon casks and finished in Jerez casks.

Aromas:
Raisins and dried fruits, followed by a honey sweetness with notes of fudge and butterscotch with an almond nuttiness and hints of star anise.

On the Palate:
Vanilla and spices compliment notes of dried fruits and malt.

The Finish
Warming and full bodied with lingering walnuts and honey.

Connacht 'Spirit of the Atlantic' Single Malt Irish Whiskey

The Connacht Distillery story starts on the northwest coast of Ireland, in the wild, rugged, landscape of County Mayo in the province of Connacht.

Funded by Master Distiller Robert Cassell and a team that saw the potential in Irish whiskey, the derelict old Duffy’s Bakery site in Ballina was painstakingly renovated, with whiskey production commencing in 2016.

Stuated where the River Moy’s pure, fresh, water rushes down to meet the in-flowing salty atlantic ocean, dramatic shifts in atmospheric pressure exert an ever-changing influence on the whiskey maturing in their barrels.

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