Review: Michael Collins 10 Year OldMay 22nd, 2011
Don’t remember ever reading that Michael Collins suffered from schizophrenia… This is a bewildering whiskey suffering from an identity crisis; its fruity apple Irish heart wrapped in wood, some peat, and conversely, some sherbet and sugar-coated almonds. It’s not unpleasant — far from it — but the journey from sweet apple to sharp spice is a challenge. Stay with it and ultimately the complexities of the malt win through. –Dominic Roskrow
Advanced Malt Advocate magazine rating: 84
photo courtesy of Sidney Frank Importing Company, Inc.
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