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A delightful release from Kilbeggan that is matured in three different cask types (Bourbon, Pedro Ximénez Sherry, and American Oak). This premium blend delivers a characterful Irish whiskey with rich notes of summer fruits and vanilla, leading into an oak spice finish.

Nose: Coconut cream, vanilla, jellied fruit and summer red berries.

Taste: Wafer like biscuit sweetness, hazelnut and light spice with nice oak tannins drying on the side of the mouth.

Finish: Crisp and fruity, glazed cherries drying with a lingering spice.

Old mash tuns and fermenters are still in their original positions and the new Kilbeggan malt spirit flows from ancient pot stills – one of which is over 186 years old. Kilbeggan is the quintessential Irish whiskey distillery, with whitewashed walls, weathered slate roof, brick chimney stack, creaking timber water wheel and even regular ghost sightings.

Kilbeggan Triple Cask

SKU: SWIK36
Regular price €46.95
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700 ml

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A delightful release from Kilbeggan that is matured in three different cask types (Bourbon, Pedro Ximénez Sherry, and American Oak). This premium blend delivers a characterful Irish whiskey with rich notes of summer fruits and vanilla, leading into an oak spice finish.

Nose: Coconut cream, vanilla, jellied fruit and summer red berries.

Taste: Wafer like biscuit sweetness, hazelnut and light spice with nice oak tannins drying on the side of the mouth.

Finish: Crisp and fruity, glazed cherries drying with a lingering spice.

Old mash tuns and fermenters are still in their original positions and the new Kilbeggan malt spirit flows from ancient pot stills – one of which is over 186 years old. Kilbeggan is the quintessential Irish whiskey distillery, with whitewashed walls, weathered slate roof, brick chimney stack, creaking timber water wheel and even regular ghost sightings.

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