This Single Pot Still whiskey was released in 2005 to celebrate Mitchell & Sons 200th year in business. The 10 Year-Old was limited to a run of only 1000 bottles, each signed by Mr. Robert Mitchell, making it a very rare whiskey indeed.
Firm barley and orangey fruit with gentle hints of early bourbon: some serious ageing effect on this.
Mouth-watering and firm, then a gradual increase in the barley input and spices.
Shafts of honey throws a sweetening light on the bitter marmalade.
Launched to celebrate the 200th anniversary of this wonderful Dublin landmark, this is bottled from three mixed bourbon casks of Irish Pot Still. Only 1000 bottles released.
Jim Murrays Whisky Bible rating: 92/100