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Powers Three Swallows Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, is the embodiment of the old style of Powers pot still, which made the brand famous around the world. This bottling brings back the style and recipe used by the Powers Distillery which was suited just of Thomas street up until 1966. This whiskey has been matured in ex-bourbon barrels and finished of for a small amount of time in ex-sherry casks.On the nose Powers Three Swallows, has a sweet roasted nut aroma, with a undertone of barley sugar and orange peel. As for the palate it is strange but of course enjoyable with flavours of bananas,raisins, tropical fruit cocktail and toasted oak. The finish itself is not too long but it does leave a lingering for more.
Powers Signature Release, is a Single Pot Still Whiskey from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. It has been matured in refill ex-bourbon barrels and a small proportion of 1st bourbon and sherry casks which helps to balance out the flavour profile of the whiskey.On the nose Powers Signature Release, is vibrant and fresh with aromas of herbs, oak, freshly baked bread and red fruits. The palate is sweet and fruity, with flavours of chocolate, coffee, and butterscotch with undertones of spice and honey.
Redbreast 12 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, first came out in 1939 and was bottled by Gilbeys. It is a gaurenteed 12 year old whiskey which has been matured in ex-bourbon casks and finished off in ex-sherry casks. It is the largest selling Irish Pot Sill in the world. On the nose the Redbreast 12 Year Old, has touches of toffee crisp with undertones of dried fruit and spices. As for the palate there is a recognisable taste of roasted nuts, that is constant in every bottling of the Redbreast range. It has a long warm spicy finish lingers and makes your mouth water for more.
Green Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, is a Single Pot Still whiskey now produced by the Midleton Distillery, Co Cork. The brand itself was created by Mitchell & Son Wine Merchants. The Mitchell's origanally bought full casks of mature whiskey from the Jameson Bow street distillery and had these cask transported to their bonded warehouse in Fitzwilliam lane. When these cask reached certain ages, they would paint a coloured spot on the cask to mark these milestones. A Green Spot was marked on the casks to mark 10 years old. These were such sought after whiskeys and such an iconic brand that they have now been recreated by Irish Distillers.Green Spot is now a Non-age Statement SIngle Pot Still Irish Whiskey, matured in ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks, it has distinctive apple and orchard fruits elements which make it stand out. The easiest description for this whiskey would be 'Sweet and fresh'. A must have for all SPS whiskey enthusiasts and anyone who enjoys smooth flavourful sweet drams.
Powers John's Lane Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, is a 12 Year Old Whiskey that celebrates the origin of the Powers Distillery in Dublin. The original Powers Distillery was located on John's Lane just off Thomas Street, there they used the pot still style to produce their world famous whiskeys. This whiskey is no different, with it being matured in ex-bourbon barrels and finished off for a small amount of time in ex-sherry casks.On the nose Powers John's Lane, has an aroma of a freshly brewed hot chocolate or mocha coffee with entities you with its warmness. There is also hints of marshmallow and orange peel. On the palate Powers John's Lane is soft and creamy, the distinctive flavour of a pot still Irish whiskey. There is also hints of citrus fruits, spices and toffee apples. With the addition of water comes a bountiful flavour of fruit as the sherry cask seems to take over. The finish is long with hints of chocolate flavours that you can enjoy with guilt.
Redbreast Lustau Edition Irish Whiskey,this whiskey comes to us from a unique collaboration between the Bogedas Lustau Company and the Midleton Distillery. The whiskey was initially matured in ex-bourbon Barrels and Sherry casks for 9-12 years and finished of for an extra 1 year in Oloroso Sherry cask from Bogedas Lustau in Jerez. On the nose the Redbreast Lustau Edition, has a longing spice with undertones of old oak and flamed orange zest. As for the palate there is a flavours of dried fruit, clove, citrus and the classic pot still spice. On the finish there is a strong flavour of chocolate toffees.
Green Spot Château Léoville Barton Pot Still Irish Whiskey, was the first special cask finish release in the Spot Whiskey range, released in 2015. The whiskey itself, is the exact same liquid as the Original Green Spot, but it has been furthered matured in two separate Chateau Leoville Barton bordeaux red wine casks, for a period of 12 months for one cask and 24 months for the second cask. Bottled at 46%abv and non-chill filtered, it is an exceptional example of Single Pot Still whiskey. Winner of the World Whiskies Award for Best Single Pot Still Whiskey 2015.The distinct apple and orchard fruits typical of Green Spot are evident in this whiskey, however, the influence of the 12 months maturations imparts burst of red fruits and berry texture, along with the tannic, spiceful french oak influence given by the 24 month cask, delivers an exceptional depth of flavour. It retains that distinctive SPS spice and mouth-feel while delving deeper into the cask influences which the Spot Whiskeys are now famous for.
Yellow Spot 12 Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, is one of the Famous Spot Whiskeys from Mitchell & Son Wine Merchants in Dublin, Ireland's longest running family owned wine merchants, operating for 7 generations since 1805.Yellow Spot 12 has a distinctive Single Pot Still(SPS) nose, with peppery spices, clove oil, and hints of sweet citrus fruits from the Malaga cask component. The palate has the creamy texture of all good SPS whiskeys, red fruits and oak spice. There are slightly richer notes of chocolate and aromatic coffee when you spend some time with it. The finish has great length and intriguing complexity as the flavour profiles overlap.
Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength Single Pot Sill Whiskey, is a 12 year old pot still whiskey which has not been watered down when it was taken out of the barrel, this means that the alcohol strength of the whiskey is whatever comes out of the cask. This means that each batch has a different strength ranging from 54 to 59%. On the nose the Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength, has a sweet buttery smell with a hint of vanilla pod and brown sugar. On the palate there is a slight wave motion that floats through your mouth beginning with a strong flavour at the tip of your tongue and then it swings all the way to the back of your throat. It leaves a soft nutty flavour with hints of toffee, bananas and pear. The finish is that of a nice oily texture that reiterates the fact that this is a cask strength whiskey.
Redbreast 15 Year Old Single Pot Still, was at first a limited edition but was made a permanent member of the Redbreast range due to its popularity. It is a vetted Single Pot Still with whiskeys between 15 to 19 years old. It is said to be the heaviest and richest of any Irish Pot Still Whiskey. It has been matured in 1st fill bourbon and then finished off in 1st fill sherry casks, which gives it it's classic Redbreast style.On the nose the Redbreast 15 Year Old, has a strong smell of roasted nuts, apricots, prunes and Christmas cake. As for the palate there is again roasted nut flavours with a strong flavour of exotic spices and a undertone of a flamed orange peel. Overall the flavour profile of the Redbreast 15 Year Old, is that of rich and heavy Sherry notes.
Paddy Centenary Edition, is a 7 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whisky. It was released in 2013 to commemorate the 100th year since Paddy Flaherty signed his name over to the Cork Distillery Co, since that moment Cork Distillery Co Irish Whiskey became known as "Paddy".On the nose the Paddy Centenary Edition, has aromas of citrus peel,a flamed orange peel over a newly poured Old Fashion. On the palate it is a classic pot still taste with exotic spices, cloves and dried raisins. A perfect finish to a great dram of whiskey.
Redbreast 21 Year Old Irish Whiskey, is a pot still whiskey in the Redbreast range. This whiskey has some been matured in some similar casks to the 12 and 15 year old Redbreast but also has some refill casks.On the nose the Redbreast 21 Year Old Irish Whiskey, has amazingly some tropical fruit aromas along the the usually pot still spice and nuttiness. On the palate there is a slight vanilla flavour along side some wonderful fresh fruit notes. The over all mouth fell is creamy and buttery with a finish of spice and leafy notes.
This exceptional single cask Powers was fully matured in first fill bourbon barrels for 15 years and bottled at 46% abv. Limited to 192 bottles. Exclusively bottle for L Mulligan Grocer, our pub In Dublin 7.
Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy, was a whiskey that was brought out to commemorate the life work of the former Midleton Master Distiller, who retired in 2013 after 47 years at the distillery. The whiskey itself is a Pot Still in which Barry himself helped to formulate, which has become highly regarded as one of the best in the range. It is a non-age statement whiskey but it thought to be up to 25 years old, matured in 1st fill bourbon with a small amount being matured in virgin Irish oak barrels.On the nose, Midleton Barry Crockett Single Pot Still has aromas of freshly baked bread just out of the oven, with hints of toffee and caramel. On the palate it is layered with complex flavours that work together to form this beautiful whiskey. On the front of the mouth citrus fruits and all spice are the domination flavours, as the whiskey moves along your mouth it brings with it different flavours, such as coco,honey, marshmallow and fruit peel. The finish is that of leather and tobacco. A must have whiskey.
Powers Fox and Geese Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, is a limited edition Powers exclusively bottled for staff of Irish Distillers to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fox and Geese bottling plant. This is a 10 year old Single Pot Still Powers bottled at 46% abv and matured in ex-bourbon barrels.On the nose Powers Fox and Geese has a distinctive vanilla, toffee and butterscotch aroma wth of course is inviting. As for the palate it can only be described as creamy and buttery with a hints of toffee apple, vanilla pot and exotic spice that is only revealed at the finish, and lingers for some time.
Redbreast Mano A Lamh, is an exclusive bottling from the Redbreast range, with only 2000 bottles were produced. The name comes from the combination from the Spanish and Gaelic language for "Hand in Hand", it shows the strong relationship between Midleton and the Spanish craftsmen who produce the Sherry butts. This unique whiskey is fully matured in Sherry casks for 17- 20 years. On the nose of the Redbreast Mano A Lamh, there is strong Sherry aromas with plenty of figs, prunes and dates. The nose reminds you of sitting in a Spanish bar with the sun beaming down as you sip your favourite tipple. The palate is that of smooth silk with the rich dark fruit flavours with the classic Redbreast spice that makes Redbreast Whiskey so good.
John Jameson 12 year old 1970's, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the old Jameson Distillery in Bow Street Dublin, bottled in the early 1970's. A unquie recipe used only in the Bow Street Distillery, a must buy.
Midleton Academy Bottle, is a Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey which you receive on the completion of the Irish Distillers Academy. Only people who are on the course get to take the bottle of whiskey away with them. It is a non-age statement whiskey that is matured in ex-bourbon barrels and for some time in a ex-sherry cask. A must have bottle for collectors of Midleton Whiskeys.
Knappogue Castle 1951 36 Years Old, is the oldest and rarest commercial sold Irish Whiskey on the market. The whiskey itself is from the old Tullamore Dew Distillery which closed down in 1954, the casks that where left behind where sold off to entrepreneurs for maturation. One of these entrepreneurs was Mark Edwin Andrews who after returning from America bought casks from the old Tullamore Dew Distillery and went to live in Knappogue Castle Co.Clare. After 36 years in a cask he released the 1951 commercially in 19887. It has been regarded as one of the finest whiskeys ever made.
Kilmallock Liqeur Whiskey, is yet another rare oddity. Bottled by The Southern Mineral Water Works. Please note damage to label.
Midleton 26 Year Old 1973, a Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is a vintage Midleton pot still bottling. It was released as a limited edition to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the Midleton Distillery, 1825-2000. The whiskey is made up of malted and unmalted (green) barley, matured for 26 years in ex-bourbon and ex-Oloroso butts, it has then been finished for a few months in specially chosen port pipes.On the nose the Midleton 26 Year Old 1973, has a slight honey flavour with the classic pot still spice and undertones of tobacco and leather. The palate is very complex and deep with flavours of wood, ginger bread and piped tobacco. The finish is long with flavours of spice at the start with the last flavours leading onto the port pipes with flavours of prunes, dates and sweetness.
Midleton 1973 Private Collection, is a vintage bottling from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. It is a Pot Still Whiskey which was laid down in 1973 and bottled in 2003 which makes it a 30 year old Irish Whiskey. With only 400 bottles being produced it is a limited edition and a must have for any whiskey collector. It is a non-chill filtered whiskey which has the ABV of 56% and 112 proof.
Jameson Pre Prohibition, is a Jameson Pure Old Pot Still produced by the Old Jameson Distillery in Bow Street, Dublin. The bottle dates back to 1915, a pre Prohibition Whiskey that has made its way back onto the Irish Market. This is a definite for any Irish Whiskey Collector.
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