Penderyn Rhiannon
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Penderyn Rhiannon

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General Information

Rhiannon is the 7th chapter in Penderyn's Icons of Wales Series. Finished in sherry wood, the whisky is named after Rhiannon — an enchantress and horse goddess who could 'outrun any pursuer even whilst riding slowly’. Rhiannon in Welsh means ‘Great Queen’ or ‘Divine Queen'.

Tasting Notes

On the nose soft notes of raspberries and strawberry liqueur, as well as some melted butter, cassis, and candy canes. Hints of peanut skins and pastries. Needless to say, it is very sweet. The taste has more sweetness on the arrival and pretty much a continuation of the nose. Plenty of berries, but also some caramel sweetness. The wood has also infused some spiciness. The finish has a lingering sweetness and is somewhat drying.

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