NAS from Ireland.
The Tyrconnell is the Irish brand owned by Cooley Distillery, its origins date back 1762 years. Currently it is a part of large corporation Beam Suntory.
Today I drew out of the cupboard The Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey, without specifying age (NAS) and bottled with 40% ABV.
N: quite gently, but also mineral, with the touch of wet daily newspapers, then sweetness emerges with vanilla, maybe halvah, the nose is malty, fresh wooden scraps, escalating honey and further traces of flowers, a drop of lemon, maybe grapefruit, here and there gives signs of pepper;
T: the taste is young and somewhat uncouth, warming, alcoholic, malty, after that I have traces of honey, immature red orange, sometimes metallic;
F: medium long, dry, with elements of honey, a little alcoholic.
In my opinion, the nose is better than the taste that reveals signs of youth. Taste is too harsh and relatively flat. Whiskey rather mixing or drinking without any special adjusting to tasting impressions.