Glendalough Double Barrel
Un tonic aux distillats de gentiane etde bergamote vieillis en fût de chêne !
Un profil aromatique atypique et parfaitement équilibré à la fois : mixée ou savourée seule, cette édition limitée surprend et séduit.
An atypical aromatic profile that makes it a unique mixer for spirits of character, particularly whiskies and cognacs: its fine bubbles, its acidulous and smoky notes bring freshness and complexity, without distorting the initial aroma. In the end, the spirit is sublimated.
Thus, a use as simple as wonderful, is the Highball: in a long drink glass, large ice cubes, 2 cl of whisky and our Archibald Limited Edition.
It can also be enjoyed on its own: its aromatic complexity allows a real tasting moment and becomes an alternative to an alcoholic drink... without alcohol!
Like the Original, this first limited edition with bergamot distillates is balanced, complex and refined.
But what else? What are the differences? Gustatively, this Limited Edition with Bergamot and Gentian distillates aged in oak barrels offers more power, typicity while being slightly less sweet.
A tangy top note, a zest of bergamot and fresh juniper berry, then appears in the middle note a complex and bewitching set of powerful aromas: bitter orange, roots, undergrowth, camphor, to finish on a deliciously intriguing bottom note: jasmine tea, resinous, beech smoke.
The bitterness dominates with a powerful attack of gentian, round and ample. Then follow delicious notes of grapefruit, earl grey, toasted oak and a very long finish with empyreumatic and medicinal notes.
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