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Powers Gold Label Irish Whiskey 1990
Powers Winery produces high quality wines from our organic estate vineyard as well as sourcing grapes from some of the best growers in Washington State. Powers is also a partner in Champoux Vineyards, LLC, one of Washington’s premiere estates and an important source for Powers cellar-worthy reds.
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Powers 12 Year Old Special Reserve is a blend of primarily pot-still and grain whiskey that is triple distilled and aged 100 percent in bourbon oak casks for a minimum of 12 years. The whiskey offers a spicy and honeyed nose with hints of perfumed oils.
Slightly spicy with a honey like sweetness on the taste. Softer than traditional Scotch whiskey on the finish.
Powers Gold Label is a superbly made whiskey with that distinctive high Irish pot still whiskey now only emanating from the Midleton distillery. Powers is a rich, round, complex and full flavoured dri
Pale gold hue. Sweet caramel and honey aromas follow through on a generously proportioned, fairly full-bodied palate with characteristically rich mouthfeel of a "pure pot stilled" Irish whiskey.
Powers Gold Label is a superbly made whiskey with that distinctive high Irish pot still whiskey now only emanating from the Midleton distillery. Powers is a rich, round, complex and full flavoured drinking experience. Nose: Fruity, spicy with some dry peppery tones. Taste: Full flavoured predominantly pot still with honeyed spicy notes. Finish: Long, sweet and sour with lingering spice.
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