They say that Tullamore Dew, with its combination of malted and unmalted barley, and that classic Irish style of triple distillation, is an all-around great introductory blended whisky. So with aromas of honey, buttered toast, red apples, toffee, and dried fruits, along with a touch of a metallic/malty essence, the palate has good body with initial notes of sherried peels and spice. Those granary toast with butter and honey flavours continue, blended with tastes of grains and vanilla cream, toffee, earthy malt, nutmeg and a touch cinnamon and copper, almost transforming into buttered pancakes with bright, crisp fruit, like green apples and unripe pears. Charcoal rounds out the incredibly clean lines of this whisky before it finishes with a slightly warming, clean finish. See what you can find!