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Clonakilty Port Cask Finish Irish Whiskey (43.6% abv)

The barrels for the Clonakilty Port Finish Blended Whiskey are stored on the rough cliffs in the south of Ireland. The whiskey was dazzled with 7-10 year old bourbon barrel matured single malt and single grain whiskey. After blending, the whiskey was added to the Port Wine Cask to give it an excellent finish. In the glass, the whiskey captivates with its great color. The port wine barrel has given him a great red tone.

Drumshanbo Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey(43% abv)

Triple Distilled at The Shed Distillery of PJ Rigney, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim. This single batch whiskey has stayed true to Irish whiskey making traditions. Distilled with Malted Irish Barley, Un-malted Irish Barley & Irish Barra Oats. Un-malted barley imparts a silky mouthfeel when combined with Barra Oats creates an intriguing creaminess & spiciness to the finish that truly sets this Irish whiskey apart. Aged in Sherry Oloroso & Kentucky Bourbon casks. This single Batch ‘Single Pot Still’ Irish Whiskey is exceptionally smooth, creamy, spicy & a true delight for the senses.

Dunville’s 12 Year Old – PX Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey (46% abv)

From Dunville comes this twelve year-old Irish whiskey. Matured in Pedro-Ximinez sherry casks and bottled at the Echlinville Distillery, it’s lightly spiced and tantalisingly sweet, with custard, green apple and bubble-gum subtly present in the profile.

Dunville’s Three Crowns Whiskey Blended Irish Whiskey (43.5% abv)

Dunville’s Three Crowns was an Irish whiskey produced by Dunville in Belfast years and years ago, though sadly the Dunville’s brand was lost to the ravages of time in the 1930s.

Fast-forward to 2016, and the Echlinville distillery (Northern Ireland’s first licensed distillery in over 125 years) have revitalised the Dunville name and relaunched Dunville’s Three Crowns!

Hinch Irish Whiskey 10 Year Old Sherry Cask Finish (43% abv)

Appearance – light Brown with subtle red hue.
Nose – Fresh Fruit with earthy garden-fresh aroma.
Taste – Subtle layers of stewed Fruit and unmistakable nutty aftertaste – outstanding complexity

Hinch Peated Single Malt Irish Whiskey (43% abv)

Nose – Sweet tar and a smoky, woodish nose with immediate strong peat flavors on the palate.
Taste – Immediate strong peat flavors with lingering and nuanced fruit undertones which survive the peat storm. A hint of licorice comes through on the palate as the peat gently mellows awaiting your next sip.

Hyde 1860 Grain With Bugundy Finish 6 Year Old Irish Whiskey (46% abv)

Named for Douglas Hyde, who was Ireland’s first President after they gained independence from the British, this brand from Hibernia Distillers is simply brilliant. This particular bottling has been matured in Burgundy Wine casks and has a lovely sweetness to it. it opens with lots of berries and a thick caramel sauce.

The palate is packed with pastries, cereal notes and citrus fruits, with a nod towards vanilla and oak. Simply exquisite.

Hyde No. 6 President’s Reserve 1938 Sherry Cask Finish(46% abv)

Hyde No.6 is a blended whiskey that consists of 8 year old grain and 18 Year Old Single malt whiskeys. It does not have any age statement on the bottle, but who cares when the liquid is just this damn good. I have tried most of the releases from Hyde Irish Whiskey but this one is special.

Hyde No.6 is one of the best releases from Hyde Irish Whiskey to date. It is a special limited edition and I’d recommend picking up a bottle soon before they are gone. The President’s Reserve is selected from the master blenders very special selection of old reserve Irish whiskey casks and only 5000 bottles have been released. The Whiskey is named 1938 in honour of Ireland’s very first President, Douglas Hyde, who was inaugurated into office on the 28th of June 1938.

Jack Ryan Beggars Bush 12 year Old (46% abv)

Ryan’s Beggars Bush pub in Dublin has been in business for over 100 years. The family had previously bottled their own whiskey, but the distillery they relied upon for spirit closed way back in 1946.

Happily, they have returned to the business, producing this cracking 12 year old Irish single malt, which has been matured entirely in former Bourbon American oak barrels.

Drinkers can expect lots of lovely grassy malt from this whiskey, with stand-out flavours of toffee, vanilla, clear honey, and tropical fruit.

Bottled at 46% ABV and without any chill filtration, this is a lush and approachable Irish dram, full of character.

Kilbeggan Black Single Malt Irish Whiskey (40% abv)

A welcome addition to the Kilbeggan range, Ireland’s oldest continuous distillery! Kilbeggan Black is matured in ex-bourbon casks and traditionally double-distilled for a rich yet distinct character, lightly peated for more depth, with a subtle yet delicate smoky finish. Offers a comforting blend of subtle sweetness with a hint of spiciness on the nose, marrying mellow notes on the palate with this distinct note of peat smoke.

Kilbeggan Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey (43% abv)

Among this year’s strong field of new single pot still releases, Kilbeggan bottled a gem of an Irish whiskey that sparkled brighter than them all. The already historic whiskey style achieves a powerful air of authenticity. First it’s distilled in the oldest working pot still in Ireland, and the 19th-century Locke family recipe incorporates 2.5% oats, a common addition at the time. Melon, candied peel, nutmeg, cinnamon, and honeysuckle aromas cascade into a palate made especially lush and creamy from the oats, with citrus peel, apricot, and roasted hazelnut flavors leading to a mellow, rounded finish, adeptly exhibiting a crisp articulation of pot still spiciness throughout. —Jonny McCormick

Pearse Lyons 7 Year Old Irish Whiskey (43% abv)

It’s the 7 year old expression from Ireland’s Pearse Lyons! This blended whiskey was predominantly matured in bourbon barrels, though a smidge was matured in sherry casks for good measure. The distillery’s very own single malt is in the mix, so there’s a good helping of malty notes alongside dried fruit, spice and orchard fruit.