Irish/Canadian Whisky Reviews

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Irish Single Malts/ Blends / Pot Still:

Bushmills Irish Whiskey

Bushmills 16yr Old Single Malt

Bushmills Black Bush

Connemara 12 Year Old

Connemara Peated Single Malt 

Greenore 8yr Single Grain

Green Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

Jameson Irish Whiskey

Jameson 12yr Special Reserve

Jameson 18yr Old Limited Reserve

Jameson Cask Mates Stout Edition

Jameson Gold Reserve

Jameson Select Reserve Black Barrel

John L. Sullivan The Ten Count

Knappogue Castle 12 Yr Old 

Michael Collins 10 Year Old Single Malt

Midleton Very Rare 2013

Powers Gold Label 12yr Special Reserve

Powers John’s Lane Release

Redbreast 12yr Old

Redbreast 12 Yr Old Cask Strength 

Redbreast 15 Yr Old

Redbreast Lustau Edition

Red Spot 15 Years Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Teeling Vintage Reserve Silver 21 Yr Old

Tullamore Dew

Tullamore Dew 12

Tullamore D.E.W. XO Caribbean Rum Cask Finish

Tyrconnell Single Malt

Writer’s Tears Blended Pot Still

Yellow Spot Single Pot Still


Canadian Whisky:

Alberta Rye Dark Batch

Caribou Crossing Single Barrel

Collingwood Canadian Whisky

Crown Royal Canadian Whisky

Crown Royal Cask No. 16

Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye

Crown Royal Reserve

Forty Creek Barrel Select

Forty Creek Double Barrel Reserve

Lot No. 40 Canadian Rye Whisky

Masterson’s 10 Year Old Straight Rye

Pike Creek

Whistle Pig Straight Rye


Indian Whisky:

Amrut Fushion

Amrut Single Malt Cask Strength

Japanese Whisky:

Hakushu 12 Year Old

Hibiki 12 Yr Old

Yamazaki 12yr Old


French, Yes, French Whisky:

Bastille 1789

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  1. I happened to find your blogsite when I was looking for a review of the John L. Sullivan ‘The Ten Count’ Irish Whiskey, which I happened to see on the liquor shelves at a local market.
    I scanning your listings of Irish whiskey reviews for, I noticed you listed a review of the Jameson Select Reserve Black Barrel Irish Whiskey. When this product ‘was’ available, I happened to buy some and was ‘smitten’. A few more bottles, and it had been replaced with Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey, no longer a Jameson Select Reserve. I have served both to close friends who, as I, enjoy the whiskies of Ireland and there is a noted difference between the two, with the preference leaning toward the Select Reserve.
    I reached out to to question why the change, and the answer offered was that they are
    ‘the same product.
    Fortunately, I covet a small liquor store in a nearby town which has more whiskey selections per square foot than any other store in the metro area, and they still have a case of the Select Rewserve Black Barrel in their back room, so I visit them every few months when I have a few dollars left from my monthly pension and SS checks and buy two bottles for ‘the future’ when what is left is gone.
    I’m surprised your group has not reviewed the replacement Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey and compared the two. I’d certainly be interested in reading your comments!
    An Irish whiskey drinker from ‘way back’ with ‘Taster Certificates’ from the Bushmills, Jameson Heritage Center in Dublin, and the Midleton Distilleries.


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