Bannow Island Edition 1.1: one of the first two Single Farm Origin releases from Waterford Distillery. Distilled from barley grown by Ed Harpur on the southern coast of Co. Wexford, where salt-laden Atlantic winds and sandy soils create a unique terroir. The complex flavours of single malt are shaped by the place where barley grows, by the soils that nourish its roots, by the environment in which it is produced, by the microclimate in which it ripens. By terroir. Every bottle features its own TÉIREOIR code, which once entered on the Waterford website reveals a host of engaging content related to the release.
Bottled at 50% ABV without colouring, chill-filtration or any additives.
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- Single Malt
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|Nose||Malty, very fresh, red roses initially on the nose with milk chocolate. Warm vanilla custard and sweet dried fruit follow.|
|Palate||Vibrant and exuberant on the palate with white pepper, spicy cloves with a dried sweetness of salted caramel, malted biscuits and sherry.|
|Finish||An oily and dry finish.|