Yellow spot whiskey was last seen in ireland in the mid to late 1960s. Created and sold by mitchell & son wine and spirit merchants yellow spot was always a 12-year-old whiskey which was slightly sweet due to the inclusion of some single pot still spirit which was matured in spanish malaga wine casks. Inspired by the original yellow spot is the rare taste of a bonder’s style pot still whiskey. Maturation in bourbon barrels. Sherry butts and malaga casks create a superbly complex whiskey with fresh and sweet tops notes. 46% abv tasting notes: nose: mown hay & cracked black pepper. Red bell peppers; nutmeg clove oil & green tea. Sweet honey & peaches from the malaga casks. Taste: honey sweetness with pot still spices. Flavors of fresh coffee creamy milk chocolate & creme brulee. Notes of red apples & toasted oak. Finish: sophisticated & complex. Sweetness throughout with a mix of red grape & dry barley upon exit.