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A journey round Islay, visits to Maker's Mark and Penderyn, and the conclusion to our trip down the Rockies
Adelphi Shannon Grain 1991, 9 Years Old, Cask 10839
Single Grain - Ireland - 67.30% 6 For a grain whiskey, it has plenty of flavours, but they do not hang together very well.
Adelphi Shannon Grain Single Malt Irish Whiskey
Single Grain - Ireland - 67.30% 6 Flavoursome for a grain, but neither especially clean nor well rounded.
Glendalough Double Barrel Whiskey
Single Grain - Republic of Ireland - 42.00% 7 Unencumbered by complexity, but it's a pleasant quaffer, as they say.
Greenore 15 Years Old
Single Grain - Republic of Ireland - 43.00% Fresh, light and young. Light to medium bodied.
Greenore 18 Years Old
Single Grain - Republic of Ireland - 46.00% 8 A very stylish grain which is showing grip and character rather than just getting sweeter and flabbier with age.
Hyde Irish Whiskey Single Grain Bourbon Matured
Single Grain - Republic of Ireland - 46.00% 8 A vatted grain? It certainly exhibits youth and maturity and possibly wine finished. Either way it's very enjoyable.
Hyde Irish Whiskey Single Grain Burgundy Cask Finish
Single Grain - Republic of Ireland - 46.00% 7 Pleasantly intense, although it sort of runs out of steam towards the end.