- Waterford Ratheadon
- Waterford Bannow Island
- Waterford Ballykilcavan
Appearance: Light to medium honey colour; the glass is well-coated with very slow legs.
Nose: Malty, red roses, very fresh. Milk chocolate. Warm vanilla custard. Dried fruit, sweet, a perfumed elegance. Bread-and-butter pudding and custard. Walking through a freshly-cut hay field.
Taste: Vibrant, exuberant: white pepper, spicy, cloves, mouth coating with a dried sweetness of salted caramel. Malted biscuits, sherry. Oily and dry finish – mouth puckering.
Appearance: Light hay to honey, very oily.
Nose: Berries with fresh foliage, redcurrants, grapes, barnyard. Vibrant and again freshly cut grass.
Taste: Cooked bananas with brown sugar, and plenty of heat. Mulled wine and cinnamon. A dry, oily lasting finish.
Appearance: Amber to deep gold, the glass is coated with oils.
Nose: Barley, bread, earthy, orange peel, light vanilla, barnyard, berries (fruits of the forest), green leaves.
Taste: Creamy, bread crust, white pepper, soft spice, orange (reminds me of Jaffa cakes) and berries. A long-lasting orange, oily finish.