I have got a sample of small-batch production Connemare Turf Mór 3 years old Irish Whiskey. The whiskey is cask strength, limited edition, bottled only in a quantity of 20.000 pieces. Cooley distillery released this heavily peated Irish uniqness to show how a peaty-smokey Irish whiskey tastes. It is peatier than the basic Connemara. Turf Mór has around a 55 ppm of phenols which is the range of the Ardbeg-Laphroaig-Lagavulin scotch Islay single malt whiskies. Connemara Turf Mór is strong in alcohol, heavily peated both in nose and taste, although smoke comes through rather in its scent only than its taste. It also delivers hints of iodine and medicinal aromas with some spicyness like vanilla and herbs, as well as slightly floral and fruity character. Overall, it is balanced and complex, but with a wee bit too much tannins and dry peatiness.