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The Clontarf Whiskey Company is located in Cork County, south-western Ireland. Its name, as well as the date quoted in the name of their whiskeys (1014), refers to a battle in which the King of Ireland Brian Boru fought against Vikings in 1014. The Irish were victorious, but the king himself was slain in the battle. Geographically, Clontarf lies on the east coast of Ireland, which is is rather far from the whiskey company itself, and at present it forms an administrative part of Dublin.
The whiskey made at the Clontarf Whiskey Company is traditionally triple distilled and matured in ex-bourbon casks.
The bottle on offer is an older version of Contarf Single Malt Whiskey.
Nose: Sweet, pleasant. Malty notes intertwine with citrus, honey and fruit, mainly apples, melons and bananas. Pronounced vanilla, followed by candied fruit.
Palate: Pleasant malty base with notes of vanilla, caramel, and some honey. After a whiske some more distinct notes of herbs appear, lemongrass and fresh ginger. Some oakiness.
Finish: Not too long, with notes of dried fruit, toffee and liquorice.