March 2023 Pour & Sip Box
5 drams and matching tasting cards
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With St. Patrick's Day on the horizon, it was only right that we included a few Irish whiskeys in this month's set, with a couple of superb Scotches thrown in for good measure.
Teeling Pineapple Rum Cask: Teeling took its Small Batch blended Irish whiskey, which is initially matured in both bourbon and Central American rum casks, and then finished it for a further 12 months in casks which previously contained Plantation Pineapple Stiggins' Fancy rum, imparting a whole load of tropical tang to the creamy whiskey.
Redbreast Lustau Edition: This Lustau Edition pays tribute to the use of sherry casks throughout Redbreast’s history, with the single pot still Irish whiskey finished in first-fill oloroso sherry butts for a year from Bodegas Lustau in Jerez.
Powers John's Lane Release 12 Year Old Single Pot Still: This 12-year-old single pot still whiskey named John’s Lane after the distillery where Powers was first made. Matured in a combination of bourbon and oloroso sherry casks, there are notes of citrus and red florals alongside that classic oily pot still character.
Glengoyne The Legacy Series Chapter Three: This is the third (and final) instalment in the distillery’s Legacy Series, and this particular release celebrates the distillery's original excise manager, Sir Arthur John Tedder. Matured in a selection of sherry casks, fruity new make is bolstered by sweet and spicy notes.
Singleton of Dufftown 18 Year Old: Known for its sweet, grassy new make spirit, the well-aged offering from the Dufftown distillery was bottled as part of The Singleton range, full of chocolate, honey, and stone fruit.