This is the 1.2 bottling of Waterford Single Farm Origin single malt Irish whisky made with barley grown by Robert Milne in County Wexford. The whole idea of the Single Farm Origin series is to show o... Read more
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|Name||Waterford Single Farm Origin - Ballymorgan 1.2|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||50%|
|Country of Origin||Ireland|
|Created On CasKompare||03-15-2022|
This is the 1.2 bottling of Waterford Single Farm Origin single malt Irish whisky made with barley grown by Robert Milne in County Wexford. The whole idea of the Single Farm Origin series is to show off the terroir of whisky, by making each expression using barley grown on one farm. A fascinating series, and one we're keen to keep an eye on as more expressions are released. ~ Master of Malt
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Mark Reynier, a former co-owner of Bruichladdich, established Ireland's Waterford Distillery back in 2015. It's interesting to note that the distillery was formerly a brewery that brewed Guinness, the famous Irish stout. With a concentration on local barley, whiskey is now the beverage of choice being produced in Waterford, demonstrating that terroir most definitely affects the final spirit. Single Farm Origin single malt whiskeys, which were introduced in 2020, are the result of Reynier and his team's collaboration with many regional farms. In addition, Waterford created the first Irish whiskey to be given an Organic Trust certification—Waterford Arcadian Gaia!