Writers Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey

Writers Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey

Writers Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey

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Introducing Writers' Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey, a distinguished blend that pays homage to Ireland's rich literary heritage and the craftsmanship of whiskey-making. Crafted with care by Walsh Whiskey, this expression is a celebration of tradition, innovation, and the artistry of blending.

At the heart of Writers' Tears Double Oak lies a carefully selected blend of aged Irish whiskeys, meticulously crafted from a combination of malted and unmalted barley. Distilled in traditional copper pot stills and aged to perfection, these whiskeys embody the spirit of Ireland's whiskey-making heritage.

What sets Writers' Tears Double Oak apart is its unique finishing process. After aging in traditional bourbon barrels, the whiskey is transferred to specially selected double-charred oak casks for a secondary maturation period. This additional time in oak imparts a richness and depth of flavor, creating a whiskey of unparalleled complexity and character.

Upon pouring, Writers' Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey captivates with its golden amber hue and enticing aroma. Notes of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak greet the nose, inviting anticipation with each inhalation.

On the palate, this whiskey delivers a symphony of flavors. Rich and velvety, with hints of honey, dried fruits, and baking spices, it offers a sensory journey that is both indulgent and satisfying. The finish is long and lingering, with echoes of oak spice and a touch of sweetness that leave a lasting impression.

Versatile and approachable, Writers' Tears Double Oak is equally delightful enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for classic cocktails. Whether shared with friends or savored in quiet contemplation, it promises a tasting experience that is both memorable and rewarding.

Indulge in the craftsmanship of Writers' Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey and experience the magic of Ireland's whiskey-making tradition. With its rich complexity and smooth finish, it's a whiskey that's sure to inspire creativity and elevate your spirits. Cheers to tradition, innovation, and the power of the written word. Cheers to Writers' Tears.

Appearance: Rich amber, reminiscent of a glowing sunset over the Irish countryside.

Nose: The aroma is inviting and complex, with layers of caramel, honey, and vanilla intertwining with hints of toasted oak and baking spices. Subtle notes of dried fruits, such as apricot and fig, add depth and intrigue to the bouquet.

Palate: On the palate, Writers' Tears Double Oak Irish Whiskey offers a velvety smooth texture and a symphony of flavors. Rich caramel and toffee notes mingle with warm baking spices, including cinnamon and nutmeg, creating a harmonious balance of sweetness and spice. Hints of dark chocolate and dried fruits add complexity, while a touch of oak provides structure and depth.

Finish: The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering notes of caramelized sugars, oak spice, and a hint of citrus zest. A gentle warmth spreads from the chest, leaving a lasting impression of the whiskey's exceptional quality and craftsmanship.

Walsh Whiskey's Writers' Tears is a critically acclaimed, award-winning recreation of the fabled 19th century whiskey.
Established by husband and wife, Bernard and Rosemary Walsh, Walsh Whiskey is leading the Irish whiskey renaissance. Its exclusively premium and super-premium, triple-distilled, craft Irish whiskeys– Writers' Tears and The Irishman– are both critically acclaimed and internationally adored.
Established in 1999 by husband and wife, Bernard and Rosemary Walsh, and located in Ireland's Ancient East region on the 18th century Royal Oak estate; Walsh Whiskey Distillery is a leading producer of premium and super-premium, triple-distilled, craft, Irish whiskeys – Writers' Tears and The Irishman.Writers' Tears is an Irish whiskey that comes from a blend of single pot still and single malt Irish whiskies – making it relatively unique in the burgeoning Irish whisky scene.​ The Four Types of Irish Whiskey are Single Malt Irish Whiskey (both peated and unpeated), Single Grain Irish Whiskey, Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey and Blended Irish Whiskey.
A bottle of The Emerald Isle whiskey from The Craft Irish Whiskey Co has sold for $2.8m (£2.2m), making a claim to be the most expensive single malt ever sold. The triple-distilled whiskey sold to American collector Mike Daley surpassed the $2.7m (£2.1m) last November for a bottle of The Macallan 1926.The Midleton Distillery is the biggest distillery in Ireland and home to the world renowned brands of Irish whiskey; Jameson, Paddy and Powers, which also includes Midleton, Writers Tears, The Irishman, Green Spot, Yellow Spot.

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