Lockes 8 Year-Old

70 cl

Lockes 8 year old single malt was first released in 2000 and is double distilled in traditional pot stills. 10% of the malt is peated. Using whiskies aged between 8-10 years, it is medium bodied with plenty of fruit and spicy oak. This won Gold Medal and Best in Class in the 2009 International Wine and Spirits Awards.

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Lockes 8 Year-Old

Lockes 8 year old single malt was first released in 2000 and is double distilled in traditional pot stills. 10% of the malt is peated. Using whiskies aged between 8-10 years, it is medium bodied with plenty of fruit and spicy oak. This won Gold Medal and Best in Class in the 2009 International Wine and Spirits Awards.

Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Pencil shavings, toasty oak, vanilla, citrus fruits and orange zest.
Palate Soft and woody with a crisp, oaky character. Quite chewy and mouth filling with flavours of citrus peel, vanilla, toasty oak and caramel.
Colour Bright gold.
Fact Sheet
Distillery Cooley, Co Louth.
Fluid 70 cl
Ingredients 10% of peated malt 90% unpeated
Alcohol % 40%
Types of Barrel used for Aging Mostly new ex-bourbon barrels, with some second and third fill used.
Style Double distilled single malt, mostly unpeated.
Producer The Kilbeggan Distilling Company
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Gold Medal and Best in Class 2009 International Wine and Spirits Awards

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