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Tinnashrule

Edition 1.1

Single Farm Origin (Dec 2020)

John Crowley farms at Tinnashrule – The Hollytree Crossroads – in the rain shadow of the Blackstairs Mountains, north of Enniscorthy. Here the rolling lowland barley fields lie in the lee of ash & larch woods, benefiting from well-drained loam & clay loam of the famously productive Clonroche Series, on glacial drift derived from Ordovician shale & granite.

Head Distiller’s Observations

Appearance: Light gold with oils.

Nose: Sweet honeycomb, plums, rolled barley, mint, dark chocolate, orange zest, leather, rose water, aniseed, pear drops and has a warmth on the nose.

Taste: Cloves, white pepper, dark creamy chocolate, fresh bread, grapefruit, dry but chewy, late spice explosion with a wasabi hit, orange syrup, root vegetables.

Finish: Long, dry spiciness, which is also chewy.