The Sexton Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Feb 20, 2018

Category: Vices

At the end of a long and arduous day, we like to relax with a stiff drink. Of course, that’s made all the more enjoyable if the liquor we imbibe offers our pallets an interesting mix of aroma and flavors. And The Sexton single malt Irish whiskey does just that.

Triple distilled in copper pots using only 100% Irish malted barley, water, and yeast – each batch of this drool-worthy spirit is aged in Oloroso Sherry-seasoned, toasted European oak barrels. The result of which is truly special, with scents of honey, nuts, dark chocolate, all spice, and just a hint of fruit. And the flavor complements the nose perfectly, with notes of dried spices and sweet oils. And it leaves a lingering sweetness that beckons you to take another sip. This is truly a single malt for the modern man, and it can be yours for a bargain, at $30 a bottle.

Purchase: $30

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