|Tasting Notes from Whiskey Center|
|Awards and/or Press Quotes|
|Nose||Earthy nose, toffee caramel, spice. Peppery and almost herbaceous body. Very pleasant, warming,|
|Palate||Neural in style with faint notes or charcoal and aniseed.|
|Finish||Milde, white pepperish.|
|Awards and/or Press Quotes||Best Irish Vodka Winner – Irish Whiskey Awards 2015 & 2017 Gold Medal Winner Best Irish Vodka.|
Dingle distillery's first product. Before the whiskey and before the gin there was Dingle vodka. What makes this vodka so unique and unusual is the fact that it is quintuple distilled. The fifth distillation creates the finest purest spirit. As with all their products, Dingle use water from a local well to create their masterpieces all of course in small batches. If you have never tried an Irish
vodka, this would be a great starting point.
We believe that many famous vodkas are about branding over substance and we were determined to create a vodka of supreme quality without, at the same time, attaching a wildly inflated price tag to it. Our still is charged with 500 litres of the finest, purest, grain alcohol and is then distilled for a fifth and final time. Dingle Distillery Vodka is most unusual in being quintuple distilled. That fifth distillation makes a huge difference.
You can taste it in the incredible purity that is as pure as the environment where we make it. There’s just a touch of
sweetness and creamy texture that takes a lot of people by surprise. It is exceptionally good drunk neat. We set out to make a really, really good vodka but even we were surprised when we tasted the first batch. It was one of those rare times when you get something perfectly right at the first go. Again, it must be tasted to be understood.