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A Single bourbon cask exclusively selected for L. Mulligan Grocer, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7. Limited to 300 bottles only.
Teeling Revival Vol.III 14yr Old, is the third release in the Teeling Revival Series, a series of comemorative whiskeys to mark their 'Revival' of distilling in Dublin through opening their own distillery. This whiskey has been initially matured in ex-bourbon casks, before being finished in ex-Pineau des Charentes casks, again a first for Irish Whiskey.Teeling Revival Vol.III 14 year old, has aromas of citrus fruits, honey, ginger and a distinct rich sweetness on the nose. The palate has great texture, tonnes of rich and sweet fruits, apricots, sultanas, and citrus peels, turning quite sweet towards the long warming finish.
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.
Irish Whiskey Museum 13yr Old, is a Single Malt produced for the Irish Whiskey Museum in Dublin. It is a triple distilled Single Malt that has been matured in ex-sherry casks for the full 13 years, bottled at 46% ABV. The nose of the Irish Whiskey Museum 13 year old, is that of wood, grapes and a hint of malty aromas. There are also undertones of fresh fruit and red berries. The palate is that of pepper and spice. There are also some sherry flavours that emerge, such as plums, dates, apricots and raisins. The finish is that of fresh cut grass and baking spices.
The Midleton Very Rare 2016, 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.
Octomore 07.3, is a peated Scottish Whisky from the Bruichladdich Distillery on Islay. It is the second release from the Bruichladdich peat releases. This whisky is edition 07.3 and has been made from barley grown only 2 miles along the coast from the distillery at the oOctomore farm. It has been matured in ex-bourbon barrels and also in Spanish wine cask of Ribera del Duero.The nose of the Ocotmore 07.3, has of course a hot of peat smoke, which is followed by a aroma of lemon cheescake. There are also hints od jam, toffee and vanilla. The palate is that of a rich sweetness combined with peat smoke. Flavours of peach and melon emerge, while there is also hints of mint and thyme. The finish is that of sea salt and peat.
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.
The Teeling An Pucan Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is a collaboration whiskey between, Galway Whiskey Bar, An Pucan, & The Teeling Whiskey Company. 140 bottles were drawn from a single ex-Carcavelos Cask, Carcavelos being a style of White port produced in Portugal. This was the first Carcavelos matured whiskey to be released in Ireland.A highly collectable bottling, it was initially matured in ex-bourbon casks, before being finish for 1 year in the Carcavelos cask. Bottled at 56%abv, it is quite a robust whiskey at cask strength, with some floral notes, dried fruits and wood spice. Although, with just a touch of water, it becomes much more tropical in nature, with apricot, fig, and spiced orange. The spice notes become much more wood driven than spirit driven with water. There is an impressive array of flavours in this whiskey, however, it is also highly collectable.
Octomore 07.1, is a Scottish Peated Single Malt Whisky from the Bruichladdich Distillery on Isaly. The barley used has been harvested from the mainland of Scotland and was peated to 208ppm. It has been matured for 5 years in American Oak barrels and comes out at 59.5% ABV. The nose of the Octomore 07.1, is that of the sea air with some lemon tart and piped tabacco aromas. There are also hints of vanilla, mint and toffee aromas towards the end. The palate is surpriseingly smooth with a sweetness mixed together with smoke. There are flavours of fruit, vanilla, honey and citrus fruit as well as a strange but complmentry flavour of sea spray. The finish is sweet and oaky that fades away slowly.
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.
One for the collectors. This Bushmills was bottled for the Italian market where they like there whiskey young. Discontinued in the early 1990's it is becoming harder and harder to come across.
A single cask bottling of Tyrconnell to celebrate the inaugural WhiskyLive show in Dublin in 2011. 11 years old and bottle at 58.5% abv and finished in a sherry cask.
James Joyce Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is a Single Malt from the Bushmills Distillery in Northern Ireland. It is a independently bottled whiskey.This limited edition of fifteen casks of aged Single Malt Irish Whiskey pays homage to this beaconic house in which James Joyce set 'The Dead' No. 15 Ushers Island, Dublin 8.The nose of James Joyce Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is that of a brust of citrus fruit, green apples and chocolate aromas. There are also hints of cinnamon and fudge on the nose. The palate is that of wood tannins, pepper and fresh fruit. There are also some lovely grapefruit and citrus flavours. The finish is that of fruit and spice.
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.
The Midleton Very Rare 2015, 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.
The Teeling 24 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is a Single Malt whiskey that was distilled in 1991, it was than matured in ex-bourbon barrels and further matured in ex-Sautaurnes wine barrels, which gives this whiskey it's unique flavour profile. Only 5,000 bottles being produced. Each bottle has been hand-bottled in unique decanter bottles. On the nose the Teeling 24 year old Single Malt, has pineapple, & lemon curd aromas with hints of beeswax. On the palate there is an explosion of flavour, white chocolate, dried & sweet fruits, figs, apricot, and luxurious wood spice. There is an exceptional mouth feel, creamy & viscous allowing the palate to explore every layer of flavour. An exceptional dram.Winner: Best Irish Single Malt at the World Whiskies Awards 2016.
Glenlivet 40 year old, is a Single Malt from the Glenlivet Distillery in Scotland. 40 Year old Single Malt Whiskies are some of the world's most legendary and prodigious spirits. It takes a very special spirit to stand up to the effects of being stored in oak for forty years. During that time the alcohol can evaporate thanks to the Angel's Share, this means that after all the time in the cask the whisky loses its alcoholic proof and there is less of it. The Glenlivet 40 year old is a stand alone whisky that has proven that it can stand the test of time. A surperb whisky and a must try before you die.
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.
Back in 1975 private investors were invited to purchase a cask of Bushmills malt for bottling in the future, the year 2000 no less. Many people stumped up the cash for their chance to own 200+ bottles of 24 year old whiskey. But what do you do with over 200 bottles of the same whiskey! They regularly pop up an we have a few of them bottled for various individuals. The bottle in the picture is a stock image and many of these bottles have something written in the cream box on the label. Please contact us for more information regarding the various bottles we have.
The Centenary Collection is an exclusive series of aged whiskeys brought to you by Dublin Airport and Teeling Whiskey Company. There are only 5 releases and currently only the first two are available. This is 1915 release(the 2nd release) and is limited to 250 bottles. The whiskey is a 25 years old Single Malt.
This particular Laphroaig 25 year old release, won Best Cask Strength Single Malt at the IWSC Awards in 2011. The release at Cask strength made a considerable difference to this whisky, and it has now solidified it's place as one of the best Peated Single Malts ever released.The palate of this whisky is one of the most complex in Islay Malts. There are notes of signature Laphroaig coal dust, smoke, seaweed, and woodsmoke which you might expect from older Laphroaigs. But, they are followed by big shared sweetness, almost jammy fruits, balanced by the spice, and saltiness of it's backbone. An incredible whisky!
Laphroaig 25 Year Old, is a Scottish Single Malt from the Laphroaig Distillery on the Isle of Islay in Scotland. It is a hightly sought after cask strenght expression of Laphroaig's celebrated 25 year old. The 2013 bottling was awarded the title "Best Cask Strenght Single Malt" at the International Wine and Spirits Competition. The whisky is matured in ex-bourbon and ex-Sherry casks and comes in at 45.1% ABV. A must buy for any Islay Whisky fan.
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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