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The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil Review

The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil I've had the pleasure of drinking many an Irish Whiskey in the past, so when I had the chance to try a little of this i jumped at the chance.

Matured in ex bourbon casks this has quite a bit of oak influence and is a very interesting drink indeed. There's a smooth/easy going nature that comes from Irish Whiskey mixed with a spicyness reminiscent on Rye whiskey, a really curious little dram that is very much worth trying.

Why not pick up a bottle from Master of Malt and give it a try yourself?

Tasting Notes & Details


straight away its those fresh fruity notes that are famous in irish whiskey, fruit salad chews and tinned fruit salad, oak leaf sauce and wood spices, hints of freshly chopped off tree bark


and there is the devil, oak wood spices, and gentle leafiness, toffee and hints of creamy butteryness but an underlying oriental spice rub too


spicy but easy to drink, warming and comforting

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil
Age: NAS
ABV: 46.00
Distiller: The Dublin Liberties
Bottler: The Dublin Liberties
Type: Blend
From: Ireland, No Defined Scottish Region
Posted: 11/10/2016 by Tom

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