Виски шотландский купажированный Глен Форест

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Glen Forest Крепость от (минимальное содержание этилового спирта (процентов) в алкогольной продукции )
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пищевая добавка (краситель) – сахарный колер I простой (Е150а) ; солодовые спирты; зерновые спирты; вода дистилированная; Срок годности (установленный производителем алкогольной продукции срок годности на данный вид алкогольной продукции)
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Notabilityedit

Both Green Spot and Yellow Spot are among a handful of single pot still whiskeys in existence today, with Green Spot being the only one to have remained in continuous production since the early 1900s. (Redbreast, the other long established Irish single pot still whiskey, briefly ceased production in the 1980s). Although once the most popular style of whiskey consumed in the world, pot still whiskey fell out of favor in the 20th century, due in part to the rise of cheaper, less intense blended whiskeys.[14] As a result of declining demand, most Irish whiskeys were either reformulated as blends or discontinued.

Single pot still whiskeys, which are historically unique to Ireland, are similar to single malts in that they are produced solely from pot still distillate.[14] However, in contrast to malts that only use malted barley in the mash, single pot still whiskeys are produced from a mixed mash that contains both malted and unmalted barley.

Yellow Spotedit

Yellow Spot Whiskey

In May 2012, Mitchell & Son re-introduced the Yellow Spot variant based on information in company archives.[3] Bottling of Yellow Spot had previously ceased in the 1950s, but information in original company journals and ledgers allowed Mitchell & Son to determine the original Yellow Spot was a blend of 12-year-old pot still whiskeys that were matured in a combination of Malaga wine casks (which impart a slightly sweet taste),[3] bourbon barrels, and sherry butts.[3]

Although Malaga-matured Irish pot still whiskey is a rarity in modern production, when Mitchell & Son checked Irish Distillers’ inventory, it found a supply of 12-year-old Malaga-matured pot still whiskey.[3] This allowed Mitchell & Son to re-launch Yellow Spot using the same style of whiskey that was contained in the original.[3]

When Mitchell & Son initially relaunched Yellow Spot, the plan was to produce limited batches of 500 cases per annum.

Current productionedit

Modern Green Spot is slightly younger than the original. Previously a 10-year-old whiskey, it is now a non-age statement whiskey, made from a blend of 7-10-year-old single pot still whiskeys[3] that have matured in a combination of new and refill bourbon casks and sherry casks.[3]

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Because Green Spot is produced in limited quantities (only 12,000 bottles per year)[1] and was historically mainly sold through Mitchell’s & Son’s Dublin shop, it was previously difficult to obtain outside of Ireland. However, in recent years, distribution of Green Spot has become more widespread. For instance, it was launched in the United States for the first time in 2014[1] and is now available in retailers across France.[5]

In recent years, three special bottlings of Green Spot have been released:

  • Green Spot 10 Year Old, 40% ABV, batch of 1,000 bottles released to celebrate Mitchell & Son’s 200th year in existence[6]
  • Green Spot Château Léoville Barton, 46% ABV, regular Green Spot matured in sherry and bourbon casks but finished for up to 18 months in oaken Bordeaux wine casks from the Irish-owned Château Léoville-Barton[7]
  • Green Spot Château Montelena, 46% ABV, matured in traditional sherry and bourbon casks and then finished for 12 months in French Oak Zinfandel wine casks from Château Montelena in the Napa Valley

External linksedit

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50 Customer Reviews

  • 5

    Todd Brydges

    18 February

    A well balanced whiskey with great aroma and flavor. Amazing fruit finish rather than a smoky one.

  • 1

    andrej

    13 February

    nisam bio

  • 4

    M DIAMANTOPOULOS

    1 February

    A tad harsher than it used to be.

  • 5

    Mark

    14 December 2018

    Worth every penny – takes whiskey to a new level.

  • 5

    Anonymous

    21 November 2018

    Beautiful

  • 5

    Anonymous

    16 November 2018

    Bought this as a gift, the engraving was done to perfection! He said it was one of the smoothest whiskeys he’d had.

  • 5

    Jamie

    21 October 2018

    I found it full of flavour a sweet tasting whisky everything I was hoping for from the emerald isle

  • 5

    Anonymous

    12 October 2018

    Went all around Ireland asking what was the best whiskey to bring back to the states, nearly everyone said Green Spot!

  • 5

    Daryl

    8 October 2018

    Love this one my new favourite Irish whiskey especially for the price

  • 5

    John

    14 August 2018

    My wife bought this for an anniversary gift. The woman knows what I like. The nose on this whiskey is like being in an apple orchard. Very fresh and clean. ItвЂs light and smooth on the palate and you immediately want another sip. Quite a few notes you can catch at any give time, but for me the smooth green apple hint is always at the forefront. IвЂm normally a stiff bourbon guy, but when I want something a little easier to drink, this is probably my favorite.

  • 5

    Anonymous

    25 July 2018

    Tried this for the first time last night in Shannon, Ireland… One sip was all it took. Been on Jameson for 6 months, and this was a revelation. Best duty-free purchase ever.

  • 5

    Chrysanthi

    19 July 2018

    In contrast to many other whisky/whiskey brands which have a sharp acidic taste and thin notes, Green Spot truly hits the spot, from the moment it touches your lips, to the warm trickle down your throat, and the after taste lingering in your mouth. The full-flavoured multi-layered notes and buttery smoothness, from start to finish, make this a memorable and satisfying whiskey experience to savour and enjoy at any occasion.

  • 5

    Anonymous

    8 July 2018

    Sat down with an Indian friend of mine in UAE and he presented this bottle. I’m Irish and hadn’t tasted it. By gum, what a taste! Smooth, silky and sweet. A .

  • 5

    JP

    21 May 2018

    In My 30’s and totally new to whiskey, read the reviews for beginner whiskeys and bought this and the glenmorangie 10 year. Tried the glen first and found it disappointing with the all to familiar harsh burning to the throat. The next night I reluctantly tried the green spot, expecting more of the same (maybe whiskey is just not for me). WOW, great taste and so smooth, each sip left me wanting more, which could be dangerous. I obviously can’t speak for experienced drinkers as this may come across bland but as an entry level whiskey I couldn’t recommend enough.

  • 4

    DH

    15 March 2018

    This is the best Irish Whiskey on the market!!! I am in love with it!

  • 5

    Brian

    4 January 2018

    We visited Ireland back in 2016, and fell in love with the country, and mostly because of Green Spot. What a wonderful flavor that just stays with you.

  • 5

    Mick

    19 December 2017

    This has entered the top 5. Balance with a capital B!

  • 5

    Dave Ogden (cambridge uk)

    27 November 2017

    I tried this whiskey in Dingle, Ireland earlier in the year, it is now by far my favourite whiskey,

  • 5

    Anonymous

    26 September 2017

    Very smooth

  • 4

    Reece

    11 July 2017

    I wouldn’t say this is a ‘bold’ whiskey but it is beautiful. Tastes best neat or with a tiny bit of purified rain water. Its a light, fruity dram with a creamy and delicate aftertaste with some nice spice in there to, very balanced.

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Близки, но непохожи

Любителей этого напитка можно поделить на тех, кто предпочитает ирландский и на тех, кому нравится шотландский, к которому относится и виски «Глен Форест». Между двумя видами этого продукта есть существенные различия. Шотландцы и ирландцы – прекрасные производители виски, и делают они его по схожей методике, проверенной столетиями. И те и другие применяют торф для высушивания солода, однако шотландцы дополнительно пропитывают его дымом, отчего сделанный ими алкогольный напиток имеет насыщенный специфический аромат. Ирландский виски считается более легким продуктом. В процессе его приготовления ирландцы перегоняют спирт три раза, в то время как шотландцы ограничиваются двумя перегонками. Само собой разумеется, что процесс перегонки влияет на вкусовые характеристики продукта. Ирландский виски называют более чистым и менее ароматным в сравнении с его шотландским аналогом. Нетрудно из этого сделать вывод, что шотландскую версию напитка, к которой относится и виски «Глен Форест», предпочитают ценители ароматного, с насыщенным вкусом алкоголя. Таким людям гораздо важнее сам процесс распития, а не результат.

Виски шотландский купажированный Глен Форест

Historyedit

In 1805, William Mitchell established a bakery and confectionery business on Dublin’s Grafton Street. In 1887, the business expanded into the wine and spirit trade at a location on nearby Kildare Street.[2] At the time, it was common practice in Ireland for merchants to purchase distillate in bulk from whiskey distilleries and then mature it themselves in their own casks in bonded warehouses.[3] The merchants had ample supplies of casks due to the importation of wine and fortified wines such as port and sherry. Therefore, it was a natural progression for Mitchell & Son to enter the bonded whiskey trade.

Using distillate obtained from Jameson’s nearby Bow Street Distillery, Mitchell & Son matured whiskey in a mix of casks that had been used to hold both dark and light sherries in their cellars under Fitzwilliam Lane in Dublin.[3] For the first five years of maturation, half of the whiskey was aged in casks that had previously held Oloroso and other darker sherries, with the other half aged in casks that had held lighter finos.[3] This combination prevented the darker wines from overpowering the whiskey.[2] After five years, whiskeys from the respective light and dark sherry casks were then vatted together and allowed to mature for an additional five years in neutral oak.[2]

Mitchell & Son’s whiskey was originally marketed as “Pat Whisky”, with the labels featuring the logo of a man on a green background.[2] However, in 1933, it was rebranded as “John Jameson & Son 10 Year Old Green Seal”[3] and later became known simply as Green Spot.

Mitchell & Son sold a range of whiskeys under the “Spot” brand.[2] The name itself originated from Mitchell’s practice of marking casks of different ages with a spot of colored paint.[2] There was a 7-year-old Blue Spot, a 12-year-old Yellow Spot, and a 15-year-old Red Spot.[2] However, it was the 10-year-old Green Spot that emerged as the company’s most popular whiskey, and it was the only Spot whiskey to remain in continuous production until the present.[3] Although it relaunched in 2012, Yellow Spot ceased bottling for decades in the late 1950s.[3] According to posts on the Irish Whiskey Club’s Facebook page in August 2018, Red Spot is set to be relaunched, possibly in October 2018.[4]

In 1971, Irish Distillers closed its Dublin distilleries (including Bow Street) and consolidated production in Midleton. As a result, the makeup of the whiskey was altered for the first time in known history. This change, coupled with low stocks of maturing whiskey, led Mitchell & Son to make an agreement with Irish Distillers to mature the whiskey onsite in Irish Distillers’ own casks, with Mitchell & Son having sole rights to market, sell, and develop the whiskey.

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