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Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey, is the flagship blend of the Kilbeggan Distillery which is based in Co.Westmeath. The liquid itself is matured at the Kilbeggan Distillery but the spirit has been distilled at the Cooley Whiskey Distillery in Co.Louth. Both distillerys where owned by Dr.John Teeling who's sons now own the Teeling Whiskey Co. in Dublin.On the nose Kilbeggan, has soft vanilla, apple and popcorn aromas. On the palate it is again soft and smooth with plenty of malty notes. There is also quite alot of apple and citrus fruit flavours also.
Tullamore D.E.W Original Blended Irish Whiskey, it is one of the few surviving original old Irish Whiskey labels. This whiskey is made up of pot still, malt and grain whiskeys. It is a triple distilled triple blended whiskey. On the nose Tullamore D.E.W Original is light and citrus combined with vanilla and green apple undertones. The taste is light bodied with sweet spices which are buttery and rounded. It has a warm toasted wood flavour with hints of vanilla. The finish of Tullamore D.E.W. Original is smooth and gentle, with a finish of toasted wood that lasts to the final drop.
Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey is a blend of Malt and grain whiskeys, predominantly aged in Bourbon casks. It has set the standard for Irish Blended whiskey and is one of the most drinkable whiskeys in Ireland.Bushmills Original is a fine example of an entry level Irish whiskey. A blend of grain and malt whiskeys predominately matured in bourbon barrels with a dash a whiskey matured in sherry cask to spice it up a little.
Jameson Irish Whiskey, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. It is the standard bottling of the Jmaeson range. It is a triple distilled blend made up of grain and pot still whiskeys. Using the same recipe thought up by John Jameson back in 1780. This whiskey is one of the biggest selling Irish Whiskey in the world. The nose of Jameson Irish Whiskey, is that of floral sweetness. There are some marmalade and fudge aromas with notes of fresh cut grass and brown sugar. The palateis thick and creamy. Flavours of fruit and baked spice fill your mouth. Notes of vanilla and fresh banana also make an apperence. The finish is that of spice and honey.
Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey, is a blended whiskey form the Bushmills Distillery in Co. Antrim. It is made of 80% Malt Whiskey, and 20% of a Small Batch grain whiskey. Predominantly aged in ex-Oloroso Sherry Casks, with a Small proportion of ex-bourbon casks used also.This is one of the best value for money whiskeys in the Irish Blended Whiskey category. It has a rich and full-flavoured palate, lots of dried fruits and sherry nuttiness, making it a much more dynamic whiskey than your average blend.
The Irishman Founder's Reserve Blended Irish Whiskey, is the newly named Irishman 70, formally called this for the fact that it was made up of 70% malt whiskey and 30% pot still whiskey. It is a triple distilled whiskey carefully selected by Bernard Walsh for the Walsh Whiskey Distillery in Carlow. This unique blend is enjoyed by many an "Irishman" and women.The Irishman Founder's Reserve Blended Irish Whiskey has a soft aroma with a underlining tone of of honey and ginger. As for the taste it can only be described as a day out at the carnival, with flavours of fudge, toffee and caramel apples. For the price it is an amazing whiskey and should not be passed by.
The Pogues Irish Whiskey, is a uniquely blended Irish Whiskey which is made up of 50% 10 year old Single Malt and 50% 7 year old Single Malt, aged in ex-bourbon barrels and finished off in ex-Sherry Casks.The nose of The Pogues Irish Whiskey, has a sweet aroma of lemon and roasted nuts. From the first sip you can tell that the whiskey is medium bodied. It has a sweet and smooth flavour with a finish of light spice and chocolate.
Irish American, is a Blended Irish Whiskey produced for the Irish American Trading Company. This blend follows the traditional blending use of 70% malted barley with 30% grain whiskey, it is than double distilled and matured in first fill ex-bourbon casks.
West Cork Black Cask, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the West Cork Distillery in Skibbereen. The whiskey itself has been matured in some highly charred bourbon barrels, with each barrel charred to a level of 5. From this chariness comes vanilla, butterscotch and toffee flavours which in turn brings smoothness and sweetness to a whiskey.On the nose, West Cork Black Cask has aromas of vanilla, toasted oak and spices which remind you of your favourite curry dish. The palate is light and delicate making the whiskey well balanced. the finish is that of chocolate and ginger.
Jameson Caskmates Stout Edition, is a Blended Irish Whiskey under the Jameson brand, produced by the Midleton Distillery in Cork. This particular bottling is a collaboration between the distillery and nearby brewery Francisan Well. The story goes that Brewmaster Shane Long asked to borrow some used Jameson casks to age his stout, when the casks where returned, they were refilled with cask strenght blended Jameson for about 6 months, to creat something extra-ordinary.The nose of the Jameson Caskmates Stout Edition, is that of milk chocolate, hops and some spice aromas. There are also undertones of pepper and herbs. The palate is that of black pepper and vanilla flavours. There are also some butterscotch and fresh fruit flavours. The finish is much the same, a lovely long finish.
The Dubliner Bourbon Cask, is a Blended Irish Whiskey which has been aged in ex-bourbon barrels. This whiskey is a new addition from the Dubliner range, from which you may know from their Dubliner Irish Whiskey Liqueur. On the nose the Dubliner Bourbon Cask, has a well honeyed aroma which reminds you of the liqueur, there is also notes of spice and a hint of orchard fruit. The palate has some welcome malt and grass notes, the finish is that of peppery spice and honey, which gives the whiskey its smoothness.
Pearse 'The Original' Blended Irish Whiskey, is a Blended Irish Whiskey produced for the Pearse Lyons Distillery now located in Dublin City Centre. the whiskey is a blend of grain and malt whiskey all matured in ex-bourbon barrels ageing between 3-5 years.On the nose the Pearse 'The Original' Blended Irish Whiskey, has a slight citrus aroma that is balanced off well with mellow malt tones and some light honey and floral notes. The palate is light and smooth with a hint of spearmint flavours. There are also notes of sweet chocolate and caramel. The finish is smooth and spicy.
Writers Tears Copper Pot Blend Irish Whiskey, is produced by the Walsh Distillery in Carlow. Owned by Bernard Walsh and family. The Walsh Family have been in the Whiskey industry since 1999. Starting out with the Irishman Whiskey and in 2008 releasing Writers Tears Copper Pot Blend.Writers Tears Copper Pot Blend is made up of Pot Still and Malt Whiskey, the marriage of both styles became known as "The Champagne Of Irish Whiskey" and was widely enjoyed by Irish Writers of the 19th Century. On the nose you enjoy a burst of fresh green apples with hints of vanilla and honey. On the palate you should expect hints of ginger and butterscotch with a elegant finish of milk chocolate and almonds.
The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Quintessential Brand. The whiskey has been matured in ex-bourbon barrels. The name Oak Devil comes from the fact that the Liberties, also know as the old home of distilling in Dublin, having been known as "hell" back in the 18th century. An actually oak devil would greet the people coming into the area but it has since disappeared. It is said that the oak found its way into a whiskey cask.On the nose the Dublin Liberties Oak Devil, has aromas of toasted malt, cherries, honey and all spice. As for the palate there are more flavours of spices used for baking, raisins, vanilla and a hint of white pepper. The finish is that of creamy milk chocolate.
Jameson Black Barrel, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. The whiskey itself is made up of a high majority of pot still whiskey with some grain whsikey, aged to around 12 years old, instead of the normal 5-7 years. The whiskey has than been matured in Wild Turkey American Oka Barrels.The nose of the Jameson Black Barrel, is that of caramel, toffe and fruit aromas. There are also some fresh leather and grassy notes present. The palate is that of spice and some lovely warm woody notes. There are also some flavours of cinnamon and lemon zest. The finish is that of a big toasted oak flavour with some hints of mixed fruit.
Inishowen Irish Whiskey, is a Blended Irish Whiskey that was once distilled at the Andrew A. Watt & Co. Distillery in Derry, Northern Ireland, but after the distillery was closed in 1925 the Cooley Distillery Company took over ownership in 1988. Inishowen is Ireland's only peated blended whiskey, containing a blend of aged malt and grain whiskeys, bottled at 40% ABV. Inishowen is the name of the Northern Peninsula, located in Donegal.The nose of Inishowen Irish Whiskey,is that of peat, fruit salad and spice aromas. There are undertones of apples, grapes and bananas, with some vanilla and caramel aromas also. The palate is that of smoke, leather and baking spice flavours. The whiskey coats your mouth to give it a moreish profile, with vanilla and oak flavours. The finish is that of smoke and tabacco.
Jameson Crested Ten, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Jameson brand, produced in Midleton in Cork. The bottle was first produced in 1963 and is a tribute to the first drops bottled at the Bow Street Distillery and is Jameson's oldest distillery bottled brand. The whiskey is a blend of pot still and grain whiskeys, which have been aged in ex-bourbon and sherry butts.The nose of the Jameson Crested Ten, is sweet with some dark fruit aromas, such as cherry, rasberries and strawberries. The palate is that of pepper, toffee and some lovely vanilla flavours. There are also some undertones ofchocolate and mints flavours. The finish is that of long fruity and vanilla flavours.
Pearse 'Founders Choice' 12yr Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is a 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey produced by the newly opened Pearse Lyons Distillery located in Dublin City Centre. The nose of the Pearse 'Founders Choice' 12yr Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is that of orchard fruits aromas, such as white peach, apple and spiced fruit. The palate is that of orange and honeysuckle flavours. There are also some herbal and pine nut flavours. The finish is silky smooth with flavours of ginger and clove.
Pearse 'Coopers Select' Sherry Finish, is a Malt Grain Irish Whiskey Blend, that was aged in bourbon casks and then vatted together and re-casks into a sherry barrel. The nose of Pearse 'Coopers Select' Sherry Finish Irish Whiskey, is dried orange, pineapple and lemon peel. There are also notes of biscuit, such as gingerbread and vanilla. The palate is that of lemongrass and citrus flavours. There are undertones of tropical fruit such as banana and kiwi. The finish has some lovely leathery notes with a warm long finish.
Jameson Distiller's Safe, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. The Distiller's Safe is one in a range of the Makers Series, in which each of the Masters at Midleton are celebrated for their craft. The Distiller's Safe celebrates the craft of the Head Distiller, Brian Nation. The name comes from the spirit safe which is an instrument which allows the distiller to sample what is going on in the still, to confrim quality at every turn.The nose of the Jameson Distiller's Safe, is floral, with some frsh herb and spice aromas. There are also notes of brown sugar, marzipan and fresh fruit, such as bananas, green apples and grapefruit. The palate starts of with some sugar flavours, with hints of cinnamon and liquorice flavours. There are also hints of orange and nuttiness flaovurs. The finish is that of a orange zest and a light fresh cut grass flavour.
Jameson Coopers Croze, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Jameson brand, produced in the Midleton Distillery in Cork. The Coopers Croze is one in a series known as the makers series from Jameson. This whiskey is a celerbration to the craft of the Master Cooper, Ger Buckley, the company's 5th generation Head Cooper. The name "croze" comes from a tool used by coopers which is used to create the groove at the end of the barrel to secure the head. The nose of the Jameson Coopers Croze, is that of toasted oak and some warm grain aromas. There are also some hiney and orange zest aromas. The palate is that of butterscotch, vanilla and wood tannin flavours. There is a undertone of spice that lingers in the back as well as some fresh fruit flavours. The finish is that of dark chocolate and tropical fruits.
Jameson Blenders Dog, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. It is one of a three makers series range. The range looks to celerbrate the three Masters at Midleton. This whiskey is to celerbrate the craft of the Master Blender, Billy Leighton. The name of the whiskey comes from a small container on the end of a chain that is used to extract samples from each cask. On the nose of the Jameson Blenders Dog, there is some soft sweet aromas that have hints of fresh fruit, such as apples, dates and vanilla. The palate is that of a creamy texture with some well-balanced honey and toffee flavours. There are also notes of pears, caramel and oak tannins. The finish is that of spice and some smooth honey, vanilla flavours.
Tullamore DEW Pheonix Blended Irish Whiskey, comes from the Tullamore DEW Distillery in County Offaly. This whiskey is a special limited edition, blended with three types of Irish Whiskey; grain, malt and pure pot still whiskey. The main characteristic of the Tullamore DEW Pheonix is pure pot still whiskey finished in old oloroso sherry casks and comes out at 55% ABV.Tullamore DEW Pheonix Blended Irish Whiskey, has warm spicy notes on the nose with hints of leafy malty tones, which are enriched with a hint of sherry nuttiness. On the palate the higher strength tingles the tongue leaving a spicy pot still flavour. Layers of caramel, delicate sweetness and oak tannins coat the mouth leaving you with warm lingering feeling making you want more.
Kilbeggan 21 Year Old Blended Irish Whiskey, is a 21 Year Old Irish Whiskey produced at the Cooley Distillery. It is a blended whiskey that contains malt and grain whiskey matured in Bourbon, Port, Sherry and Madeira casks. The nose of the Kilbeggan 21 Year Old Blended Irish Whiskey, is that of some soft sweetness coming from the use of grain whiskey. There are some fruit and spice aromas, evident throughout also. The palate is soft and sweet with some lovely flavours of malt spice and rich fruits. There are undertones of toasted oak and nuttiness. The finish is that of leather and oak spice.
Jameson Gold Reserve, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Midleton Distillery in Cork. The Gold Reserve is comprised of three different pot still whiskeys and one grain whiskey. Out of the pot still whiskeys, one is aged in virgin American oak barrels fro 8-10 years, one in ex-bourbon for 10-20 years and one in ex-sherry fro 10-12 years. The grain whiskey component is aged mainly in ex-bourbon with some virgin American oak elements. The nose of the Jameson Gold Reserve, is rich honey and toasted barley aromas. There are also some notes of fresh fruit and sweet sugars. The palate is full of rich oak and butterscotch flavours. There are also some vanilla and toffee flavours. The finish is that of wood soice and sweet tea.
Jameson 18 Year Old, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Jameson Brand, produced in the Midleton Distillery in Cork. It is a limited Reserve is one of Jameson's regular premium releases. The whiskey is matured in three different barrles, ex-bourbon, ex-sherry and first fill ex-bourbon barrels. The nose of the Jameson 18 Year Old, is that of fruit, honey and dark fruit aromas. There are also aromas of spice and caramel. The palate is that of spice, caramel and teffee. There are some lovely undertones of dark fruit and honey flavours. The finish is that of dark sweet, fruit and spice.
Writers Tears Cask Strenght Blended Irish Whiskey, is a limited edition blend with only 2640 bottles being sold worldwide. The whiskey itself is coming in at 53% ABV, it has been matured in first fill ex-bourbon, tripled distilled and has a mixture of Single Malt and Single Pot Still whiskeys.On the nose Writers Tears Cask Strenght, has creamy vanilla notes present. There is also some undertones of orange peel, dark chocolate, apricots and ginger. As forthe palate it is sweet in flavour with some hints of charred oak. The dominate flavour of citrus fruit and orange peel is somewhat contrated with toasted oak flavours and hints of clove as you finish this wonderful whiskey.
Initially launched to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the original grant of a license to distill on the Bushmills area of the Antrim Coast (Bushmills distillery didn't arrive until1784). This blend has been put together by master blender Helen Mulholland. She has used a proportion of whiskey containing crystal malt, which is better know for it use in beer production. She has carefully blended this with a small portion grain whiskey for uniquely special whiskey.
The Midleton Very Rare 2012, is a bottling brought out by the Midleton Distillery in Co.Cork. The 'Very Rare' range was launched in 1984 and the distillery has brought out a new vintage whiskey every year since then. Barry Crockett started off the 'Very Rare' range while he was the Master Distillery of Midleton Distillery, in 2013 Barry Crockett retired and Brian Nation took over the role. From 2014 on Brian Nation has been creating the 'Very Rare' range, maintaining its very high standard.
Jameson Rarest Vintage 2007, is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Jameson Range produced at the Midleton Distillery in Cork. Jameson Rarest Vintage Reserve is Jameson's most exclusive whiskey and is the product of all four Masters in Midleton. All the whiskeys that go into the reserve blend are of an advanced age and have been matured in Sherry butts, hand picked second fill bourbon casks and specially commissioned port pipes which are used for the rare pot still element. Due to be discontinued in June 2016 this is you last chance to buy this fantastic whiskey.The nose of Jameson Rarest Vintage 2007, is a rich full bodied aroma with some fruity aromas, such as orange, dates and plums. The palate is sweet and smooth, with flavours of plum and chocolate and rich oak. The finish is complex and long, an excellent finish to an amazing whiskey.
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