Irish Distillers, have today announced the launch of a new cask strength bottling from its Powers John’s Lane Irish whiskey brand.
Powers John’s Lane Cask Strength (57.8% ABV) is a 12 Year Old Single Pot Still Whiskey, which will be batched released every year.
|Powers John's Lane Cask Strength|
Launching 12 years after the introduction of Powers John’s Lane whiskey, this latest release is a celebration of the 18th and 19th century heritage of John's Lane Distillery, when Powers whiskey was sold straight from the barrel at cask strength.
Powers John’s Lane Cask Strength, is said to deliver notes of charred wood, cocoa, treacle toffee, pot still spices, black peppercorn and dried herbs on the nose. Followed by notes of rich pot still spice, creamy vanilla, manuka honey, dried apricot and freshly grated nutmeg on the palate.
Commenting on the launch, Eric Ryan, Powers Distiller, said: “A brand of firsts, Powers whiskey continually challenged the old way of doing things and advocated careful experimentation throughout the years. With a rich heritage that goes back to its establishment in 1791, John's Lane Distillery’s well-earned reputation is brought back to centre stage with the launch of this new permanent cask strength Powers expression.”
Powers John’s Lane Cask Strength, will initially be available exclusively at the Palace Bar in Dublin from today, until its general release on October 2nd. RRP of €90.00.
Posted by Steve Rush