Whisky "Connemara" Turf Mor, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Connemara" Turf Mor, gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey amber-gold color.
Balanced, full-bodied, delicate, slightly sweet taste of whiskey is woven from the nuances of smoke, peat, vanilla, herbs, burnt sugar, zest and pepper. Shades of smoke and alcohol tones are replaced by pleasant fruity notes. Whisky has a warming finish.
Whiskey has a unique, rounded, complex aroma with hints of peat tea, almonds, flowers, lavender and apples, wrapped in subtle shades of cherry candies, dried fruit, white chocolate, herbs and citrus marmalade based.
Whiskey is a luxury digestif.
"Connemara" Turf Mor - a unique young peaty single malt whiskey from Ireland, produced in limited editions. This warming drink created from the spirits, aged at least 36 months in oak barrels and has a luxurious taste of peat, complex smoky aroma and incredibly beautiful color. Whiskey "Connemara" Turf Mor was awarded the Gold Medal in the category "Best in Class" in the competition "International Wine and Spirit Competition" in 2011.
Connemara - a region on the west coast of Ireland with a unique natural beauty: mountains, rivers, lakes, streams, mountain valleys and peat bogs fed by rains. Connemara whiskey has a complex character and peaty taste like a tribute to the region and reviving the long-forgotten past decade traditsii.Za Connemara received the highest number of awards among Irish whiskeys, including 20 gold medals at prestigious international competitions, the title of "Best in the world Irish single malt whiskey "in 2008 and 2009, respectively. This whiskey is called a competitor or a better alternative to the popular Scottish peat malt whiskey from the island of Islay.
Connemara whiskey is produced by Cooley Distillery, founded in 1987 by John Teeling, who wanted to revive the once mighty Irish whiskey industry. In 1900, the Irish whiskey was incredibly popular around the world, but the Irish War of Independence, Prohibition in the United States and the rise of blended Scotch whiskey had a negative impact on the industry production of Irish whiskey. This led to a reduction in distilleries in Ireland and in 1966 they left only four. Then, this number was reduced to two, as Jameson, Powers and Cork united in Irish Distillers, and then there was only one company in the 1970s - Bushmills, which created a monopoly.
Due to the fact that Irish whiskey has long controlled by just one company, its development has been done is not enough. But with the base Cooley Distillery to the Irish whiskey back so it needs competition. Cooley Distillery Company acquired some of the most famous old brands in Ireland such as Tyrconnell Irish whiskey, Old Kilbeggan Distillery, the latter of which 50 years has not worked. Cooley Distillery is the first new distillery, which appeared in Ireland over the last 100 years.
Today, Cooley Distillery is known worldwide for its production of high-quality whiskey, and its products have received many awards at the most prestigious international competitions. In 2010 Malt Advocate called Cooley Distillery distillery year.