- Waterford Rathclogh
- Waterford Dunmore
- Waterford Dunbell
RATHCLOUGH (AMERICAN EXCLUSIVE)
Appearance: A deep gold with oils and legs so slow that they make the turtle from the parable look like Usain Bolt.
Nose: Fields and barnyard, black pepper; hay that’s ready to be brought in; blackcurrant jam, warm vanilla, butterscotch, honeycomb, citrus zest.
Taste: Sweet stewed apple, berry compote, pepper, mince pie, black cherries, cocoa.
Finish: Has warmth with a gentle spice that drifts on with a little butterscotch.
DUNMORE (AMERICAN EXCLUSIVE)
Appearance: deep gold with oils that remind me of the rolling hills of the Comeragh mountains on the glass.
Nose: malty, raisins, orange chocolate, black peppercorns, citrus fruits, red currants; like eating a light cinnamon porridge, while sitting in a worn leather chair.
Taste: spice rack bomb, green apple, marzipan, lemon sherbet, liquorice, grapefruit, dark chilly chocolate, popping candy.
Finish: warm clove that tingles on your tongue and then becomes mouth-watering.
DUNBELL (AMERICAN EXCLUSIVE)
Appearance: a deep copper with oils that hold the glass tighter than Mark Newton holds his wallet.
Nose: toffee, green apple; reminds me of autumn. If you had porridge with raisins, cinnamon, dark chocolate, and a nip of Dunbell followed by apple tart and vanilla ice cream, that’s it. You might have to do like goldilocks after it and have a snooze.
Taste: candied apple, warm spices, pepper, orange peel, apricots, cloves, ginger nut biscuits.
Finish: warm and dry spices that linger on the tongue and waters in the mouth