Midleton

Redbreast 21 year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

9.527 ratings
9.92 pro ratings
Cork, Ireland
Top Notes For
Norman Gennaro

Whiskeyfest. Surprisingly I preferred the lesser aged.

Whiskeyfest. Surprisingly I preferred the lesser aged.

Oct 5th, 2019
Henry Gorndorff

Brilliant stuff, first time with this one but a real winner, round full flavour with a little fizz in the mouth

Brilliant stuff, first time with this one but a real winner, round full flavour with a little fizz in the mouth

Jun 10th, 2017
Hugo Arreola

Ripe pear on the nose. Smooth as caramel. The sweetness resonates as candied pecans. Packed with flavor. Medium finish.

Ripe pear on the nose. Smooth as caramel. The sweetness resonates as candied pecans. Packed with flavor. Medium finish.

May 12th, 2016
Devin Bray

Absolutely stunning. Devoid of many of the flavors that characterize most whiskies, like toffee, caramel and oak. On the nose, it's packed full of fresh orchard fruit up front - green apples and pears, pineapple, fruitcake, honey, crushed peanuts, orange blossom, cream. The body is rich and supple, stuffed with fresh fruits that caress the tongue with a vanilla bean sweetness before offering a burst of tartness on the midpalate that lifts things into the stratosphere. That fructuous sour note hammers home the strong connection to crisp apples and freshly picked pears, and prevents this whiskey from coming across too rich and sweet. A hint of menthol and leather. Cardamom and clove dance on the palate with walnuts, violets and honeysuckle for the medium-long finish. Nice notes of barley at the tail end. Really special.

Absolutely stunning. Devoid of many of the flavors that characterize most whiskies, like toffee, caramel and oak. On the nose, it's packed full of fresh orchard fruit up front - green apples and pears, pineapple, fruitcake, honey, crushed peanuts, orange blossom, cream. The body is rich and supple, stuffed with fresh fruits that caress the tongue with a vanilla bean sweetness before offering a burst of tartness on the midpalate that lifts things into the stratosphere. That fructuous sour note hammers home the strong connection to crisp apples and freshly picked pears, and prevents this whiskey from coming across too rich and sweet. A hint of menthol and leather. Cardamom and clove dance on the palate with walnuts, violets and honeysuckle for the medium-long finish. Nice notes of barley at the tail end. Really special.

Dec 15th, 2015
Aaron Holmes

Very close to the Teeling 21 year as my favorite Irish whiskey. The tropical fruit, especially apricot, is why makes this so special. Opens beautifully with a touch of water. It's my go to drink when we host and I want to impress my guests after dinner - never fails!

Very close to the Teeling 21 year as my favorite Irish whiskey. The tropical fruit, especially apricot, is why makes this so special. Opens beautifully with a touch of water. It's my go to drink when we host and I want to impress my guests after dinner - never fails!

Sep 3rd, 2015
Thomas Greer

Whiskey & Alement favorite

Whiskey & Alement favorite

Jun 20th, 2015
Charles Hetzel

Redbreast 21 year Single Spot Still Irish Whiskey

Redbreast 21 year Single Spot Still Irish Whiskey

Apr 14th, 2015
Tom Zelmer

Brought this home from Ireland. Stunning. Spicy, robust, fruity. Shows best with a splash of water.

Brought this home from Ireland. Stunning. Spicy, robust, fruity. Shows best with a splash of water.

Jan 28th, 2015
Colton Payne

Colton had this 4 years ago

Colton had this 4 years ago

Jan 30th, 2016
Gregg Gordon

Gregg had this 5 years ago

Gregg had this 5 years ago

Oct 28th, 2014