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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.

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

Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength Edition (56.3 % abv)

Redbreast is a single pot still whiskey, for which a combination of malted and un-malted barley are triple distilled in copper pot stills. The brand was created by W.A. Gilbey & Co, and bottled using whiskey sourced from Jameson’s Bow Street distillery in Dublin. When Jameson amalgamated with Powers and Cork Distillers to form the Irish Distillers group, the Dublin distilleries were closed down, with all production moved to New Midleton distillery in Cork in 1975. Gilbey’s discontinued the brand ten years later, but agreed to sell it to Irish Distillers who relaunched it in 1991.

This is an example of their 12 Year Old Cask Strength Edition. B1/21

The Temple Bar 12 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey (40% abv)

The period of 12 years may not be very long for a single malt whiskey, but the time for a pub whiskey is very long. In the old days it was common in Ireland that every bar had its own “house whiskey”. This tradition is now being revived by Tom Cleary. The owner of the famous Temple Bar in Dublin had the idea of ​​bringing out a whiskey especially for his bar. Ireland fans around the world should be able to enjoy a piece of Dublin at home.

Writers Tears Cask Strength 2021 Release (54.2% abv)

The new bottling is the 11th release of the super-premium spirit.

To craft the 54.2% ABV liquid, the producer brings together two whiskeys – a single pot still and a single malt – both of which are triple distilled, non-chill-filtered and matured in Bourbon barrels.

On the nose, the expression delivers aromas of wild berries and orchard fruits, while the palate offers spiced ginger and creamy notes.

Bernard Walsh, Walsh Whiskey co-founder, said: “Cask strength Irish whiskey is still quite rare, but our vatting combining both pot still and single malt is truly unique. While still a very limited number, we are pleased to be able to offer some 6,000 bottles this year to our growing worldwide community.”



Writers Tears Copper Pot Irish Whiskey & Hip Flask Gift Set (40% abv)

Writer’s Tears Copper Pot Irish whiskey with stylish hip flask. The perfect gift for the whiskey drinker! Writer’s Tears Copper Pot is a blend of pot still and single malt whiskey, aged in ex bourbon casks. On the palate it is gently spiced with a burst of ginger and butterscotch with background notes of toasted oak. Long, elegant finish with subtle notes of milk chocolate and almonds. Jim Murray gave this one 93 points.

Writers Tears Irish Whiskey – Miniature Book Gift Pack

A book full of Writers’ Tears! Writers’ often have to put blood, sweat and tears into the art they produce, and this is a testament to that. This book contains extracts from possibly the most perfect collection of short stories of all time, James Joyce’s Dubliners. Dubliners offers a real taste of Irish life, look closely at the lives of different characters in a short, concentrated form and the whiskey set reflects. Writers’ Tears here offer up three miniature bottlings of their Copper Pot range – the name representing the pot stills in which the whiskey was distilled. These miniatures allow a glimpse of the whiskey that the distillery produces. The whiskey itself is of a classic Irish pot still style, with a wonderful rich cereal sweetness and grassy malt flavour. James Joyce himself as a known whiskey fan, so we think he would have approved! A great gift for both the book lovers and whiskey fans in your life!

Yellow Spot 12 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey (46% abv)

Yellow spot whiskey was last seen in Ireland in the mid to late 1960s. Created and sold by mitchell & son wine and spirit merchants yellow spot was always a 12-year-old whiskey which was slightly sweet due to the inclusion of some single pot still spirit which was matured in spanish malaga wine casks. Inspired by the original yellow spot is the rare taste of a bonder’s style pot still whiskey.