The Yellow Spot name was derived from the Mitchells’ practice of marking their maturing casks of whiskey with a mark or daub of coloured paint to determine the age potential of the whiskey. Blue Spot was an 8-year old, Green Spot a 10-year and Yellow Spot a 12-year old, Red Spot a 15-year old.

In time, all but Green Spot disappeared, with Yellow Spot last being seen on whiskey shelves in the early 1960s.

STYLE:

Single Pot Still Irish whiskey

ABV:

46%

Nose:

Mown hay and cracked black pepper. Red bell peppers, nutmeg, clove oil and green tea. Sweet honey and peaches from the Malaga casks.

Taste:

Honey sweetness with pot still spices. Flavours of fresh coffee, creamy milk chocolate and Crème brûlée. Notes of red apples and toasted oak.

Finish:

Sophisticated and complex. Sweetness throughout, with a mix of red grape and dry barley upon exit.

LIKE Yellow Spot? TRY THESE...

X
- Enter Your Location -
- or -