Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Sutliff PS County Cork

Tin Notes:
The majority of all Irish Whisky produced in Ireland today comes from County Cork. What better way to pay tribute to this superb Whisky blend of Virginia and Burley than to call it County Cork.

     Strength: Mild to Medium
        Flavor: Medium
          Taste: Medium
Room Note: Pleasant

The tin note was of the Irish Whisky. The blend was a little moist directly from the tin. So a little drying time was necessary. On the charring light and the true light the flavor and aroma was of the Irish Whisky. About a quarter of the way into the bowl the sweetness of the Virginia and a slight nuttiness from the Burley was added to the flavor profile. Three quarters of the way through the bowl the Irish Whisky flavor started to fade leaving just the tobacco flavor. County Cork burned well with only a few relights.

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