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Kilbeggan Distilling Company is an Irish enterprise founded in 1757 when the Kilbeggan Distillery was built, one of two distilleries belonging to the company now. Opened in 1757, located in central Ireland in a town of the same name, Tullibardine claims to be the oldest whiskey distillery in Ireland. The other one is Cooley, founded by John Teeling in 1987. Located in Louth County in Ireland, it produces both grain and malt whiskey. Some of it is also blended. The company belongs to Beam Suntory, which it joined in April 2014 when Beam Inc. was taken over by Suntory Holdings. The four basic whiskey brands produced by Kilbeggan Distilling Company include Kilbeggan, Connemara, Tyrconnel and 2 Gingers.
Connemara is a peated Irish whiskey manufactured at the Cooley Distillery, a part of Kilbeggan Distilling Company.
Connemara 1992 Single Cask is a whiskey drawn from just one ex-bourbon cask, bottled at 46% vol., with no chill-filtering. Distilled on 31st August 1992, bottled on 25th October 2007, which makes it a 15-year-old whiskey.
Nose: Clear peat smoke influences: smoke, medicinal notes. After a while, fruity notes come to the forth, mainly apples, pears and citrus.
Palate: Initially delicate, with the peatiness taking over soon enough. A perfect balance between dryness and delicate smoky sweetness. Pronounced spices, counterpointing the sweet fruit and malty notes.
Finish: Relatively long, smoky-sweet, turning into an elegant dryness.