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Barr an Uisce 1803 16 Year Old Single Malt (46% abv)

Produced in a limited edition and left to age for 16 long years in ex-Bourbon Kentucky first passage barrels, the Single Malt Irish Whiskey “1803” by “Barr an Uisce” is a truly precious distillate. 1803 as the total number of bottles produced, all numbered by hand, for a Single Malt that is almost a must to taste together with the most experienced, passionate and connoisseurs of the genre. It is a fabulous Single Malt.

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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.

Glendalough 13 Year Old Irish Whiskey – Mizunara Oak Finish (46% abv)

The first and only Irish whiskey to have been finished in Japanese mizunara oak casks. First aged in bourbon barrels, this single malt was then transferred to virgin mizunara barrels created by hand at Japan’s only independent cooperage. These lightly charred barrels have added vanilla, sandalwood and a touch of coconut to the whisky, while also increasing smoothness and depth of flavour.

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Glendalough 13 Year Old Single Malt (46% abv)

This excellent  whiskey from the Glendalough Distillery is matured in first-fill bourbon casks and appropriately cut to 46% using local Wicklow water. The original plan was to release this as a 12-year-old, as is traditional, but it was matured an extra year in honour of rugby great Brian O’Driscoll, a shareholder in the company. O’Driscoll wore the No.13 jersey for Ireland during his playing days. We will have to wait a few more years to taste whiskey from Glendalough’s own Holstein stills, but this is very good for the money and has some deep spicy and peppery notes. Each bottle depicts St Kevin, who founded a monastery beside the beautiful lakes at Glendalough.

 

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Glendalough 17 Year Old Irish Whiskey – Mizunara Oak Finish (46% abv)

This single malt whiskey from Ireland’s Glendalough was first aged in American oak ex-bourbon casks for 15 years, before being moved over to Japanese Mizunara oak casks for the rest of its maturation. Bottled at 17 years old, this expression boasts a flavour profile of rich honey, tangy fruit, sandalwood and toasted spices.

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Glendalough 25 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey (46% abv)

The first Irish Single Malt to be aged in Irish Oak — the Glendalough 25 Year Old. This limited edition whiskey has been aged primarily in heavily charred ex-Bourbon oak barrels, then transferred into an Oloroso Sherry cask before finally being aged in virgin Irish Oak — the final cask being made from the first tree felled by the Glendalough Distillery. Rich on the palate with noted of cooked fruits and raisins, quite leathery on the finish with hints of tobacco.

Limited to 1,800 bottles.

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Glendalough 7 Year Old Black Pitts Porter Finish Single Malt Irish Whiskey (46% abv)

Glendalough have very deliberately chosen a period of seven years to age this whisky: seven is not only the number of year that St Kevin spent in the wild, but also a nod to the ‘City of Seven Churches’ he built at Glendalough. Finished in ex-porter casks from Black Pitts Brewery, the whiskey inside the bottle graced by St Kevin’s image is a floral, fruity whiskey with cinnamon and white pepper highlights.

Green Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey (40% abv)

This historic single pot still Irish whiskey used only to be available in Dublin grocer Mitchell’s, but now has spread across the world to huge acclaim. A delightful combination of fruit, toffee and malt.

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.