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Tyrconnell
Tyrconnell

Type

Irish

Distillery

Cooley

Region

Tyrconnell

Proof

80

Process

Single Malt

The Tyrconnell is a Single Malt Irish Whiskey distilled, matured, and bottled in Ireland by Andrew A. Watt & Co, Riverstown Dundalk Ireland. The box states, on the front, "Centuries of craftsmanship have produced this soft, elegant and sophisticated Single Malt Irish Whiskey". On the back, "Tyrconnell's unique, soft and elegant flavour has been crafted and refined over two centuries since 1762 by the Watt Family Distillers. The family's native region of Tyrconnel, in the northwest of Ireland, inspired the names of both their favorite whiskey and their most famous racehorse, whose race-winning form they commemorated on the Tyrconnell Whiskey label. Now discover Tyrconnell's fresh malty bouquet, smooth sweet taste and delicate dry finish."

ReviewsEdit

"The Tyrconnell is remarkably smooth and sweet for an Irish Whiskey, while still distinctly Irish." Bitmonk 02:36, January 1, 2012 (UTC)

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