Knappogue Castle 12 YO
Rare Collection of Irish Single Malts
Knappogue Castle Irish Whiskey named after a beautiful 15th century castle built in 1497 by Sean MacNamara.In 1920’s, the castle was purchased and restored by Mark Edwin Andrews.In the 1960s, Andrews began buying casks of fine pot still whiskey from the top distilleries in Ireland.He aged and bottled them under the Knappogue Castle label.His last batch of Knappogue 1951 is revered by connoisseurs as the oldest and rarest Irish whiskey.Knappogue 12YO is superb single malt made exclusively from malted barley.Triple distilled one batch at a time in traditional onion shape copper pot stills.Aged in charred oak bourbon casks for at least 12 years.Lightly chill filtered and no coloring is added.
Colour: Pale golden.
Taste: Mellow and well-balanced, with a bright, elegant fruit and mild spice.
Finish: Medium-long clean and smooth.
Perfect Serve: Neat, on the rocks or in a mixed cocktail.