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Created by Alex Thomas, one of a few female master blenders in the industry, The Sexton starts with the best ingredients, using only unpeated Irish malted barley in the mashbill for a pure malt flavor. Distilled in copper pot stills for exceptional smoothness and then aged in formed Oloroso sherry cask from Jerez, Spain, imparting uncommon complexity and richness of flavor.

Rich aromas of nuts, marzipan and dark chocolate with a pinch of spice. On the palate, notes of dried fruit followed by honeycomb sweetness, apricots, lemon zest, prunes and oak spice.

The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey

In 1608, in Bushmills, a legend was born. In that year, King James I granted a very particular licence to this small village, just a few miles inland from Northern Ireland’s rugged north coast. The licence gave Bushmills the right to distil whiskey. Today, Bushmills is home to the oldest licenced whiskey distillery in the world.

The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey

SKU: SWII264
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Created by Alex Thomas, one of a few female master blenders in the industry, The Sexton starts with the best ingredients, using only unpeated Irish malted barley in the mashbill for a pure malt flavor. Distilled in copper pot stills for exceptional smoothness and then aged in formed Oloroso sherry cask from Jerez, Spain, imparting uncommon complexity and richness of flavor.

Rich aromas of nuts, marzipan and dark chocolate with a pinch of spice. On the palate, notes of dried fruit followed by honeycomb sweetness, apricots, lemon zest, prunes and oak spice.

The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey

In 1608, in Bushmills, a legend was born. In that year, King James I granted a very particular licence to this small village, just a few miles inland from Northern Ireland’s rugged north coast. The licence gave Bushmills the right to distil whiskey. Today, Bushmills is home to the oldest licenced whiskey distillery in the world.

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