Like I have said in another whiskey review, I am NO expert. But I know what I like and what I don’t like. And THIS whiskey is definitely one of my favorites after Writer’s Tears and Hell-Cat Maggie.
It is a lighter whiskey that tickles the nose with the almost sweet smells and brings thoughts of sitting on the beach in the warm sun after lathering on the sunscreen. Kids are playing in the ocean with the mermaids and other sea creatures while you sit on your blanket, sipping away. Then once it’s gone, it’ll ask if you’d like some more.
Well, that is what I think of, anyway. If you have tried this one, then please comment on what you thought of it.
The label is gorgeous. A beautiful shade of blue to symbolize water and a gorgeous gold mermaid that stands out on the side. That is what caught my eye first since I love mermaids. The name is legendary in itself and since I am a big Irish whiskey fan, I knew I had to give it a shot. The whiskey itself is such a beautiful golden color that is stood out among the other whiskeys when I was looking for an Irish whiskey to try. The taste isn’t rough like some. There isn’t that straight up rubbing alcohol taste, which I hate. It is a light, not too flowery, and it leaves a good after taste. Some whiskey I’ve had left a rough after taste. This one isn’t like that at all. I say it is a must try.
This is 10/10 on smell, taste, and look. I can’t wait to continue trying other whiskeys. I may not write blogs about all of them since I already have tried quite a few. Some I hated, some I liked, some that were okay, and some I loved. But I will write them once in a while.
If you have an Irish whiskey that you love and want me to try out, leave me a comment. I’d love to hear from you.