Made in Dublin, this 90 proof Irish whiskey comes off with a strong nose but at first sip Roe & Co., (which was as smooth as glass), made me feel like I might have something really interesting here. Just a hint of caramel flavor this Irish whiskey practically drinks itself. The finish is a little strange to say the least probably due to it’s 90 proof octane. I feel like I’m tasting just a little too much grain alcohol in the finish.
Aged in a bourbon cask certainly helps in the smoothness of this whiskey. All in all, this is a kind of interesting whiskey. On ice the flavors of the bourbon cask really comes out
The morning after was a little bit rough. After only two drinks I was having a harder time getting out of bed than normal, but very survivable.