Glendalough Mountain Strength Poitin - the nose is slight in nature and might fool you. If you didn’t know better you might sense a faint Riesling fragrance, no less. Oak, berried fruit, gooseberries and blackcurrants are in there. A strong, promising, heady aroma.The taste is creamy and mellow in the mouth with a trace of lychees. Hints of cracked black pepper, some dried fruits and touches of vanilla, toasty oak and barley. An very unchallenging and full flavoured poitín, considering its strength.The finish has good length, it’s lingering and warm and soothing with a spicy tail and dried-fruit and berry notes. Holds its complexity well.