Kensington Wine Market Malt Messenger No. 119 by Andrew Ferguson – Irish Whiskey News

Malt Messenger No. 119


I have some exciting news, our second shipment of Waterford Whisky has arrived. Waterford Distillery has very quickly made a name for itself since releasing its first whiskies last Spring. Some of us had them on our radar well before that, in part because the visionary behind the distillery is Mark Reynier of Bruichladdich fame.

I love what they’ve done with the distillery and their whiskies, and I’m really excited to share this new batch with you. There are four new whiskies, two Organic “Gaia” Cuvee Single Malts, and two Single Farm Origin Single Malts. We held back a few bottles each of the first two Single Farm releases, meaning we have a range of six Waterford Whiskies for a tasting… Details on the whiskies and the tasting can be found below!

The arrival of the Waterford whiskies is serendipitous, given that St. Patrick’s Day is this week. We are marking Ireland’s Day with an Irish whiskey tasting on Tuesday (sold out), and an Irish Whiskey Sale. You can save 10% on all in-stock Irish whiskey (excluding the new Waterfords), now through Sunday, March 21, in-store and online. There is also a selection of 10 Irish whiskies which are 15-35% off, while stocks last!

Before we get to the meat of this Malt Messenger, Evan has sat in front of the typewriter and banged out a few words on Irish Whiskey, as he sees it. Much more besides in this Irish Takeover Edition of the Malt Messenger.

As always, please let me know if you have any comments or questions.

If you are able to, please order online. Most days I receive more emails than I am able to reply to in a timely fashion.

In the event of a discrepancy in price, the Point of Sale at KWM will be taken as correct.


Andrew Ferguson

Kensington Wine Market

In this Edition

1. New Waterford Virtual Whisky Tasting

2. Other Up-Coming Virtual Whisky Tastings

3. A Few Words on Irish Whiskey

4. Waterford Whisky – Round II

5. Irish Whisk(e)y Sale

6. In Case You Missed Them: Our 3 Latest KWM Exclusive Casks


Andrew Ferguson

Kensington Wine Market



Photo courtesy of the upstanding gents behind @frombarreltobottle

What’s All the Fuss About Waterford Whisky?!

·     Date: Apri 16, 2021

·     Time: 8 PM

·     Cost: $45.00

·     Pick-Up Date: March 22

Mark Reynier’s Waterford Distillery has been making waves in the Whisk(e)y world over the last year. The Irish distillery’s first whisky releases have received acclaim from critics and members of the trade. Waterford’s focus is on the barley, paying very close attention to what they call Teireoir. But that is just a part of their recipe for the quality of their young whiskies. Long fermentation times, yeast selection, very precise distillation and rigorous cask selection all play an important role. We’ll sample our way through the first 6 Waterford Whiskies to come to Canada, as well as a surprise 7th whisky. The tasting will consist of 7 15ml samples. A zoom code will be emailed a day before the tasting.



Independents Day: The Whisky Agency

·     Date: March 26, 2021

·     Time: 8 PM

·     Cost: $55.00

·     Pick-Up Date: Available Now

·     15 Spots Left!

The Whisky Agency has earned a cult following at KWM over the last few years for one simple reason: they source and bottle some exceptional single casks. From humble beginnings in the early 2000s sourcing casks for the Limburg Whisky Fair (one of the best Whisky Festivals in the World) it is now a respected international player. We’ll sample 6 Whisky Agency whiskies from: Glen Elgin, Ledaig and a number of “Secret Distilleries!” Many of these whiskies are only available in Canada… We’ll also sample one very old Cognac from 1973. Included seven 15ml samples. A zoom code will be emailed a day or two before the tasting. 8 PM Friday, March 26.

Independents Day: Hunter Laing Whisky

·     Date: April 8, 2021

·     Time: 8 PM

·     Cost: $40.00

·     Pick-Up Date: Available Friday, March 12

·     Only 4 Spots Left!

Join us for an exploration of the Hunter Laing whisky portfolio, guided by Andrew Laing. We will sample whiskies from Caol Ila, Tullibardine, Glendullan, Macduff and Tormore from the Hepburn’s Choice, First Editions and Old Malt Cask ranges. We will also be sampling a pair from the Old & Rare range, a sherried Tomatin 25 Year and a special release of “Heritage” Tamdhu 30 Year. The tasting will consist of seven 15ml samples as well as a 50ml mini bottle of Scarabus Islay Single Malt. 8 PM Thursday, April 8. A zoom code will be emailed a few days before the event.


Rare & Old: Things Andrew Wants to Taste Pt.1

·     Date: April 22, 2021

·     Time: 8 PM

·     Cost: $150.00

·     Pick-Up Date: Available Monday, March 22

Demand for this tasting was so high we’ve doubled the number of spots for it. Only 19 left!

The Covid-19 pandemic hit just days before we were supposed to host our first-ever Rare & Old Whisky Festival. We were gutted to have to pull the plug, but it was the right decision. It may still be a year or more before we can put on a festival-style tasting in-store, but we can still have some fun. There are more than a few old and rare whiskies we want to taste, and we know we are not alone in this. So we are putting on a new virtual tasting series, “Rare & Old: Things Andrew Wants to Try!” As the name implies it is built around a range of old and rare whiskies Andrew wants to sample. The first session will include: Auchentoshan 1988 PX, Bladnoch 25 Year, Blackadder Raw Cask Glen Scotia 1991, Glengoyne 30 Year, Pittyvaich 29 Year and Port Askaig 45 Year; a range of whiskies which would set you back about $6000+gst. Andrew’s sampled the Port Askaig 45 Year on numerous occasions… but he loves it and wants to taste it any chance he gets! 8 PM Thursday, April 22. Includes 7x15ml samples. A zoom code will be emailed a few days before the tasting.


by Evan Eckersley

Irish Whiskey is in the middle of a boom the likes of which it has not seen in more than a century. For part of the 20th Century, there were only two distilleries in all of Ireland making whiskey, which was far from its peak.

In the 1800s, Ireland was the largest producer of whiskey in the world. What doomed the industry was a combination of taxes, wars, technology and Prohibition. Scotch Whisky eventually became more popular due to Scotland’s adoption of the Continuous still – specifically the Coffey Still which was created by Irishman Aeneas Coffey. Coffey’s invention allowed for less expensive and more efficient alcohol production and was embraced and purchased by many distilleries in Scotland and the world over, but it was virtually shunned in Ireland. In Scotland, the whisky from these stills was used primarily in blended Scotch Whisky which gained popularity in the UK, Europe and South America, and also in the United States after prohibition ended in December of 1933.

Nearly 30 Irish Whiskey distilleries operated and existed in the early 1900s, but their numbers slowly dwindled through the first half of that century. By 1966, through a combination of closures and consolidation, there were only two remaining: Bushmills Distillery in Northern Ireland and Old Midleton Distillery in the south, In 1987 a new player entered the game – Cooley Distillery – which brought that number to three. Over the next thirty years, Irish Whiskey has consistently been the fastest-growing spirit segment in the world, which has led to a modern revival of whiskey production in the country. There are currently more than thirty distilleries once again operating in Ireland, including the highly touted Waterford Distillery which we will be receiving new bottles from next week!

Much of what many of us believe to be factual about Irish Whiskey is actually a combination of marketing and myth.

·     Irish Whiskey is smoother than Scotch Whisky because it is triple distilled.

There are Irish Whiskies that are triple distilled (such as the Dingle Single Malt Irish Whiskey), but not all of them are. Plus, there are triple distilled Scotch Whiskies available as well.

·     Irish Whiskey is not as rough as Scotch Whisky because it is not peated.

While most Irish Whiskey is indeed unpeated, there are peated Irish Whiskies in the market. Connemara, from Cooley Distillery, is a stellar example of this. Hinch Peated Irish Whiskey is also worth checking out (and it likely comes from the same distillery…) Plus, there is more unpeated Scotch Whisky produced than actual peated Scotch Whisky, even in this era of smoky renaissance that Scotch Whisky finds itself in.

·     All Irish Whiskey contains unmalted barley.

There are indeed Irish Distilleries (like the Shed Distillery – creators of Drumshanbo Irish Whiskey) that use this distilling method that emerged in the late 18th century as a creative form of tax evasion, but not all do. While the origins of this style are Irish, not all Irish Whiskey is Single Pot Still and there are other whiskies from around the world that utilize some unmalted barley in distillation as well, including Vancouver Island’s Shelter Point Distillery with their Montfort 141 Single Grain Whisky.

·     Irish Whiskey is better/worse/different than Scotch Whisky.

At least the ‘different’ part is true – geographically. Irish Whiskey has to be made in Ireland just like Scotch Whisky has to be made in Scotland. Beyond that, you could make the same style of whisky in both countries if you wanted, or in many other parts of the world. That would not make it better or worse. It would just make it different.


Waterford Arcadian Series Organic Gaia 1.1 – 50% –  Matured in a mix of 35% First Fill ex-Bourbon, 29% Virgin American Oak, 17% ex-Wine French Oak and 19% Vin Doux Naturel Casks – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: orange zest, malty figs, seaweed, hay in the field after light rain, salted caramel, peppermint, rosewater, freshly turned soil. Taste: heat and zesty pepper on the tongue, cloves, figs, oiliness that dries in the mouth, cherries, butterscotch, pears, malty, layers of spice. Finish: long and zesty oiliness that dries, but leaves you chewing; a sweetness that comes right at the end.” – $110+gst – Strictly limited to 1 per person! – 90pts Serge @ Whisky Fun!

Waterford Single Farm Ballymorgan 1.2 – 50% – Matured in a mix of 34% First Fill ex-Bourbon, 20% Virgin American Oak, 23% ex-Wine French Oak and 23% Vin Doux Naturel Casks – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: Dried herbs, malt, red apple, plums, milk chocolate, vanilla, fennel seeds and custard. Taste: Apple crumble with toffee, milk chocolate, slight fudge, cloves, a green apple collated in caramel, with pepper heat and aniseed. Finish: Lingering spice heat with a mouth-watering oiliness that turns mouth puckering.” – $102+gst – Limit 2 Per Customer – 87pts Whisky Fun

The following Waterford whiskies have arrived at KWM! We are limiting them to a maximum of 2 bottles each per customer, and 1 per customer of the Organic Gaia 1.1.

Waterford Single Farm Sheestown 1.2 – 50% – Matured in a mix of 33% ex-Bourbon, 19% Virgin American Oak, 25% ex-French Wine & 23% Vin Doux Naturel Casks – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: Malty, honey, fruit cake, pears, sherry trifle, cookie dough, a summer hay note, orange peel and an earthy note. Taste: Spices and clove that gently warms then dries; blood oranges, honeycomb, barley sugar and ginger. Finish: Long with a gentle spice and citrus that tingles.” – $102+gst – Limit 2 Per Customer – 87pts Whisky Fun

Waterford Arcadian Series Organic Gaia 1.2 – 50% – Matured in a mix of 35% First Fill ex-Bourbon, 29% Virgin American Oak, 17% ex-French Wine & 19% Vin Doux Naturel Casks – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: a rose bed after a summer shower, white pepper, rhubarb tart, salted caramel, popcorn, fudge, marshmallows, cherries, vine tomatoes. Taste: white pepper, orange zest, almond, dates, lemon sherbet, liquorice, gentle maltiness and warm chocolate brownie. Finish: warm spices that gently goes to leave a cherry biscuit note.” – $110+gst – Limit 2 Per Customer



We’ve got some great deals on Irish Whiskey right now. All in-stock Irish Whiskey is at least 10% off (excepting the new Waterford Whiskies above), now through March 22nd. There are also some even better deals, with savings of up to 35%, which we’ve listed below.

Jack Ryan 12 Year Single Malt (the original) – 46% – Matured in ex-Bourbon – My Tasting Note: “Nose: very tropical, bright sugars, wine gums and Jelly Bellies; juicy malt, layers of fruits and minty mojitos. Palate: big juicy malt, soft toasted oak and subtle spices with more sugars; still tropical, loads of fruit, Jelly Bellies, wine gums; some late licorice and leather with more mint. Finish: long, rich and very layered, loads of fruit, full of character. Comment: another stunning single malt from the Cooley distillery, excellent value! – Was $122.99 – Save 30% – Now $86.09

Jack Ryan 10 Year Toomevara Single Malt – 46% – Matured in ex-Bourbon/Finished in Château du Breuil Calvados Casks – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: Three shades of apple. Dry and yeasty stewed apple warmth, sour green apple gummies, and the leafier tang of green apples themselves. Beneath that, sap, cut grass, and orange cream soda which, after a little honey cuts the grasses with the creams, turns to actual orange peel. Leafier with water. Palate: Apple pie in a glass. Soft cinnamon, rich applesauce, a light zesty tang as if those apples were unripe, a slight trace of citrus peel and enough mouth-watering juice to bind the sauces to the fruits. Finish: Sandalwood edges round the lingering sauce. Dusty, dry, and even a little yeasty although the sweet green apple tang from the nose still sidles past the finish. One for the grey days.” – Was $150 – Save 30% – Now $104.99

Jack Ryan 12 Year Finisher’s Single Malt – 46% – Matured in ex-Bourbon / Finished in Madeira Casks from Justino’s of Santa Cruz – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: Clean orange sweets not cut by grass- lifted by it – and plenty of quirky wood sugars injected into citrus. An ode to orange in notes of bark. Orange honey, subtle saps, Old-fashioned hotel candy coexists with actual blood orange as well as marmalade, tannin, and a waxier leafiness drying back to citrus leaves. Flirts after water, between honeydew and honeysuckle with a glance back to citrus leaves. Palate: On to the cousins. Clean clementine, clean tangerine, a little dark blood orange, that leaf and tanning counter-note now seamlessly engrained into the subtleties of the orange. With water, a pithier drop with more tanginess than sweetness and more crackle than wax. Finish: The pendulum finally swings from the oranges to their trees and leaves. Not zesty or even spry so much as leafy and pale, but with a mouth-drying taste that makes the surviving sweet citrus linger long after the sip. Water adds a lingering tang at the price of those leaves.” – Was $170 – Save 30% – Now $118.99

Jack Ryan 11 Year Haddington Single Malt – 46% – Matured in ex-Bourbon / Finished in Rum Casks – Producer Tasting Note: “Nose: Cinnamon, ginger and a light pinch of nutmeg over a bowl of brown sugar. The sweet rum plays tag, with a spryer more resinous streak from the distillate and a slight dusty dryness from the oak. A sweet nose, but more bakery than sweet shop sweetness and with just enough spry grass interrupting the rum to keep the whole game interesting. With water, the ginger starts to fuse with the oak into something between cinnamon pastry and freshly peeled bark. Palate: Golden brown, texture like sun… Demerara sugar, warm maple syrup, and old-fashioned rum. Leads after water into honeycomb, nutmeg and thickly honeyed graham cracker glory with a few prickly resisns from the nose’s mown grass keeping all that spiced. Finish: Old dusty floorboards, gingersnap biscuits, and some actual ginger keeping our brown sugar spry.” – Was $154.99 – Save 30% – Now $108.49

Blackwater Retronaut 17 Year Single Malt – 46% – ex-Bourbon Casks – My Tasting Note: “Nose: dusty, floral and decadent; spring flowers, French vanilla and bright citrus; glazed donuts and pastries dusted in powdered sugar; banana chips and kiwi fruit. Palate: soft, waxy and very toasty; toasted coconut, marcona almonds and more French vanilla; building peppery spices, along with ginger, cinnamon and Demerara sugars; still floral with more citrus, banana and pastries dusted in powdered sugar. Finish: long, drying and spicy with traces of decadent oak and fading citrus fruits. Comment: decadent, silky and spicy, it is almost tropical, but the oak and floral notes take center stage.” – Was $220 – Save 35% – Now $142.99

Velvet Cap Irish Whiskey – 40% – Producer Description: “Velvet Cap Irish Whiskey is a small batch blend of malt and grain whiskies sourced from some of Ireland’s finest distilleries. After blending, we rest the whiskey in a selection of bourbon, port and stouted rye casks to let the flavours marry.” Producer Tasting Note: “On the nose expect candied banana, honey, dark stonefruit & almond leading way to a luscious mouthfeel with flavours of vanilla, plum, and agave.” – Was $74.99 – Save 25% – Now $56.24

*Not all bottles come with tubes!

J.J. Corry The Gael Irish Whiskey – 46% – Irish Blended Whiskey composed of 40% 7 Year Single Grain, as well as malts 11 Years (27.5%), 15 Years (27.5%) and 26 Years (5%) old. – My Tasting Note: “Nose: soft, floral and toasty with some juicy citrus and apricot notes; vanilla wafers and white chocolate Hershey’s kisses; green apples on sharp cheddar and window putty. Palate: soft, silky honeyed and fruity; bright citrus, vibrant floral notes and crisp spices meet silky toasted oak tones; nutty with peppery spices, white chocolate and soft fruits: green apples, apricots and pears; more sharp cheddar. Finish: fresh, toasty and fruity with firm spices, honey and vanilla; long, drying and fresh. Comment: curious stuff, it has some weight for an Irish Blend… must be the high malt content; the young grains give a bit of warmth, while the single malts (probably Cooley) add some nice fruits.” – Was $110 – Save 20% – Now $87.99

Bushmills 10 Year – 40% – Producer Description: “Bushmills 10 year old single malt whiskey is triple distilled from 100% malted barley and matured for at least 10 years in sherry and bourbon seasoned barrels, which give it a honey, vanilla and milk chocolate flavours. ” – Producer Tasting Note: “Bushmills 10 year old single malt is a very elegant style of Irish whiskey that leaves you with an exceptionally smooth finish. Triple distilled from 100% malted barley, it has the distinctive Bushmills’ light fruity aroma that travels over the lip of your tumbler to deliver 10 years of maturation mostly in bourbon seasoned barrels.” – Was $50.99 – Save 20% – Now $40.79

Teeling Single Malt Whiskey – 46% – My Tasting Note: “Nose: clotted cream of fresh baked scones and vanilla icing sugars; white fruits and citrus, toasty and honeyed with almonds. Palate: creamy and very honeyed, more clotted cream on scones and vanilla icing on white cupcakes; still toasty, a touch of white pepper, more citrus and white fruits with some honeydew melon; soft and malty with a hint of licorice and dark fruits. Finish: long, malty citric and sweet. Comment: a very pleasant malt, youthful but complex and eminently drinkable.” – Was $92 – Save 20% – Now $73.59

Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still – 40% – Matured in ex-Bourbon & Sherry Casks – Producer Tasting Note: Nose: A complex spicy and fruity aroma with toasted wood notes evident. Taste: Full flavoured and complex; silky smooth with a harmonious balance of spicy, fruity, sherry and toasted notes. Finish: Satisfyingly long, the complex flavours linger on the palate.” – Was $100 – Save 15% – Now $84.99



Late last month 3 new KWM exclusive single casks hit our shelves, a Dutch Rye from Millstone, as well as single malts from Benromach & Old Pulteney. All three have been a hit, but the Benromach and Old Pulteney especially are going fast… The Benromach, our 3rd, is moderately peated, very creamy and fruity. The Old Pulteney, our 2nd from the distillery, is decadent and fruity with a savoury coastal flourish. The Millstone 100 Rye is our 2nd cask of Rye from the distillery. It is very complex and spicy.

Benromach 2007 KWM Cask 134 – 57.7% – 13 Year – First Fill ex-Bourbon Barrel – My Tasting Note: “Nose: soft, fruity and decadent; vanilla icing sugar, creamed honey and agave nectar; Jujubes, Five Alive and bright candied orange; cantaloupe and apricots; hints of chocolate, gentle spices and clotted cream. Palate: a surge of chewy malt, gentle earthy peat, fruits and toasted oak; more creamed honey and agave nectar with corn syrup; candied orange and crisp lime with more Jujubes and Five Alive; dark milk chocolate and lightly salted caramel. Finish: silky, warming and coating; the fruits, spices and chocolate linger long into an elegant finale that finishes with a flourish of clean earthy peat. Comment: a young malt with a maturity well beyond its years; the citrus fruits, chocolate and subtle smoke are in almost perfect balance.” – $145+gst

Old Pulteney 2004 KWM Cask 236 – 55% – 16 Year – ex-Bourbon Barrel – My Tasting Note: “Nose: thick and honeyed with coconut cream icing, salted caramel and firm oak spices; lime zest, candied orange peel and grassy malt; Jolly Ranchers and tarte tattin. Palate: still thick, oily, creamy and coating; more coconut cream icing sugar on vanilla cupcakes; crème brulee and dulce de leche to go with the salted caramel; candy apple and candied orange with lemon and lime zest; warming spicy oak blankets the palate in a comforting way. Finish: warm, spicy and coating it lingers long with toasted oak, honey, coconut and salted caramel. Comment: this must be a first-fill ex-Bourbon Barrel; the oak presence is lush, but far from overdone; this isn’t as subtle as our last cask of Old Pulteney, but it is a banger none the less.” – $170+gst

Millstone 100 Rye KWM Cask #2 – 54.7% – New American Oak – My Tasting Note: “Nose: spicy, oily and jammy right off the bat; German pumpernickel rye style bread and fresh dill; moist jujubes, treacle sauce and barrel-aged maple syrup; Dutch licorice, Goodies and candied fennel seeds; herbaceous, a touch of Fernet Branca and vanilla extract; ginger & molasses cookies. Palate: thick, sweet. syrupy and layered with decadent spices; still dill-y, more German pumpernickel-rye bread and ginger & molasses cookies; floral and herbaceous; loads of licorice: more goodies, Dutch licorice and candied fennel; more Jujubes, raspberry jam and orange-infused chocolate; more maple syrup and treacle sauce; floral French vanilla. Finish: fresh, fruity, floral and layered; more licorice, syrup and chocolate; dill, rye bread and Fernet Branca. Comment: this is a little less decadent from our first KWM Cask of Millstone Rye, but it might just be even more complex; this is proper rye whisky, insanely complex and a delight to nose and drink; sadly just over 100 bottles available; not sure I’ve ever put Fernet in a tasting note before!” – $105


After being in the business of selling and tasting whisky for nearly two decades, there is not much that could shake our beloved leader Andrew Ferguson to the core – but this release from MMA ‘icon’ Conor McGregor has certainly done just that. Not only has it revived his faith in humanity, but it has also left his palate yearning for more celebrity-shilled bottles!

To celebrate Andrew’s fine taste and renewed lease on life, the KWM whiskey staff are proud to offer this splendid bottle with a bespoke brown paper bag signed by the one and only Andrew Ferguson himself at no extra charge!

Secure yours now, as these bags are limited to 40 only to ensure both collectability and resellability. Order soon or be stuck paying secondary market prices later!

Proper Twelve Irish Whiskey – 40 bucks well spent plus GST.


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