Irish Whiskey is slowly regaining it’s former glory.
Part of this marvelous ‘restoration’ – as mentioned in the latest Drinks Ireland 2010 – 2020 report – is the establishment of regional & localised brands – as would have been common in the past.
An obligatory zoom meeting launched the publication & later I acquired some samples of Old Newry for tasting.
Reassuringly pale in colour, the nose exuded soft vanillas & deep rich caramel.
An easy & approachable palate developed a warm malty style of blend.
The long lasting finish exhibiting a tingling dry spiciness added a certain character to this delightful offering.
A marvelous whiskey to mark the restoration of distilling to Newry.
Thanks to the Matt D’Arcy facebook site for the use of the images.