It is very much an Irish malt in every step of its character. The peaty Irish in the squat, green bottle carries a 40% abv and no age statement (NAS).
The coloring is rich, solid gold, while the nose combines heather and meadow wildflower scents with a honeyed sweetness, tinged with a dash of cinnamon, with a current of smoke running straight through it. Imagine sitting in an open field in early May, picnic basket out and the honey jar open, and over on the other side of the field someone else is having a campfire.
The flavor is very much in that mild, smooth, and silky vein so common to Hibernian whiskeys. It’s malty and honeyed, but with a full note of peat. The finish is just as mild, and very low key on the warmth.