Jameson Irish Whiskey
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.
Paddy Irish Whiskey
Blended to perfection with triple distilled pot still, malt and grain whiskeys and matured for many years in oak casks, paddy is a soft and mellow whiskey with a sweet, malty finish. With a rich heritage dating back to 1779, Paddy® owes its name to the legendary distillery salesman, Paddy Flaherty. Famed throughout his native county Cork for buying rounds of his favourite tipple, he became so synonymous with the whiskey he sold, that in 1913 the distillery owners paid him the ultimate tribute by renaming the whiskey 'Paddy' in his honour. Made from a unique blend of pot still, malt and grain whiskeys, Paddy is a soft and mellow whiskey with a sweet, malty finish. Enjoy it neat, on the rocks or mixed.
Tullamore Dew Original
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 Black Bush Irish Whiskey
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.
Pogues Irish Whiskey
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.
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The Irishman Founder's Reserve
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.
Teeling Small Batch Blended Irish Whiskey
The Teeling Small Batch Irish Whiskey, is a blend of grain and malt whiskeys, matured in ex-bourbon barrels and finished off in ex-rum barrels from the Caribbean. It is non-chill filtered and comes in at 46% ABV.
On the nose the Teeling Small Batch, has plenty of dried fruit smell coming from the influence of the grain whiskey. The taste is warm with a consent spice that lasts. On the back of the throat there is a slight gingerbread man taste. The high alcohol is not able to be directed as all in all the whiskey is well balanced.
Jameson Crested Blended Irish Whiskey
The Jameson Crested is the replacement for the old Jameson Crested 10. It is aged longer then the standard Jameson and also more sherry casks are used in this release. This lends to a whiskey with much more character and flavour.
The pot still element is also more evident in this whiskey and it definitely holds its own as a sipping whiskey. Sherry and spice can be found on the nose with soft sherry, oak and chocolate on the palate.
Glendalough Double Barrel
Glendalough Double Barrel, is produced for the Glendalough Distillery located in Wicklow. The double barrel whisky is a step in a different direction, its made up for corn and malted barley, matred for just over 3 years in ex-bourbon barrels with 6 months in ex-oloroso sherry casks.
The aromas from the Glendalough Double Barrel, are that of figs, dates and apricot. There are also some sweet vanilla and toffee aromas. The palate is that of spice, red berries and sweet caramel. There are also some cinnamon and coffee flavours mixed in. The finish is that of hot spice and vanilla.
Lambay Blended Irish Whiskey
This Small batch release is the first from Lambay whiskey. It contains a blend of triple distilled malt and grain finished in french oak cognac casks. After maturation water from the Lambay island trinity well is added to harmonise the spirt at 40%. Floral aromas balanced with citrus and spice can be found on the nose while the palate brings a gentle maltiness with almonds and a slight sweetness.
Price: €45.02 Inc VAT
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Pearse 'The Original' Blended Irish Whiskey
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.
BUA Irish Whiskey Small Batch
Triple distilled and then matured across 5 distinctive barrels, this blended whiskey truly lives up to it's gaelic name - A Victory.
Blend of malt and grain whiskeys its spent time combination of bourbon, freshly charred, tawny port, white muscatel and sherry barrels.
40% ABV, no chill filtered, no added colouring, no added flavouring...
Every bottle is individually numbered from Batch 1.....
Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey
Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey, comes from the Kilbeggan Distilling Company. This is the standard bottling which is aged for nearly 8 years but will typically have some older whiskey included in the vatting. Tyrconnell whiskey was inspired after a legendary racehorse won the iconic National Produce Stakes in 1876, against all odds.
Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is double distilled single malt made from 100% malted barley. On the nose you will get a wonderful fruity bouquet with a hint of vanilla pod . With the first sip you will be met with flavours of fresh fruit, ripe green apples with a finish of vanilla.
Silkie Blended Irish Whiskey
Silkie Blended Irish Whiskey, is a blended Irish Whiskey produced by a company from Donegal called Sliabh Liag.The whiskey itself got its name from the legendary shape-shifters known as the Silkies.
There is a fresh malty nose to it that entices you into the whiskey. The palate has some orchard notes, apple and oranges. There is also a hint of honey and ginger.
Writers Tears Copper Pot Blend
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.
Whistler Oloroso Sherry Cask
Boann Distillery proudly presents The Whistler Oloroso Sherry Cask Finish, a voluptuous blended whiskey sure to surprise and delight.
Caramel and raisin in the nose lead gently through to a subtly spicy palate from the Sherry Casks, while in the finish is long and lingering, yet still leaves you wanting more.
A true joy of a dram!
Sexton Irish Single Malt
The Sexton Single Malt comes to us from Bushmills, County Antrim. The whiskey is triple distilled, 100% malted barley aged in ex-Oloroso sherry casks for between 4 and 5 years.
At a young age, it allow the clarity of the sherry to shine through with touches of gingery raisins, smooth cinnamon dusted apricots and a wooded lemon finish.
Knappogue Castle 12 Year Old Single Malt
Knappogue Castle 12 year old Single Malt is an Independently bottled triple-distilled Irish Single Malt. The Knappogue Castle brand originated in 1966 when an American, Sir Mark Andrews purchased the Knappogue Castle outside Ennis in Co.Clare and while renovating the Castle he began purchasing casks of Whiskey from closed down distilleries in Ireland. He let these casks mature and began bottling them in the late 1980's most famously as Knappogue Castle 1951.
Knappogue Castle 12 year old Single Malt is exclusively matured in ex-bourbon casks for the full 12 years and bottled at 40%abv. It is an incredibly smooth whiskey with a refreshing array of malt spice and citrus fruits. On the nose there are clear notes of malted grains and white pepper spice. The palate is an infusion of those cereal notes intertwined with fresh apple, melon and citrus peel. The finish is a touch richer with warming spice.
The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil Bourbon Cask
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.
Pearse 'Distiller's Choice' Blended Irish Whiskey
Pearse 'Distiller's Choice' is a malt and grain blend of several Irish whiskies ranging between 3 and 9 years old. The whiskey has been aged in bourbon barrels with a small proportion aged in sherry casks. The nose of this release has aromas of citrus and fruit cake while the palate produces caramel, oak and spiced fruits.
Tipperary Watershed Single Malt
Tipperary Watershed Single Malt Irish Whiskey, has been chosen from only six first-fill bourbon casks for each batch and has been carefully selected by Tipperary's Boutique Malt Master, Stuart Nickerson. It is cut at 47% ABV and every bottle is numbered individually.
From the first smell you begin to realise that Tipperary Watershed Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is a layered whiskey with plenty of interesting aromas. Fresh oak with fruity tones of lemon, melon and mint come to mind. The palate itself is softer than expected. Nice vanilla and apple sauce flavours combined with oak and cinnamon notes.
The Irishman Single Malt
The Irishman Single Malt Irish Whiskey, is a Single Malt matured in both ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks. These casks have then been perfectly selected by Bernard Walsh from the Walsh Whiskey Distillery in Carlow.
On the nose The Irishman Single Malt Irish Whiskey, has a soft, sweet aroma with hints of roasted almonds. On the palate there is a distinctive dark chocolate taste and a finish of black pepper. Very interesting.
Roe & Co. Irish Whiskey
Roe & Co., is a Blended Irish Whiskey from the Diageo conglomerate. Roe & Co is the first of Diageo's Irish Whiskey since they owned Bushmills. Roe & Co will be the name of their new distillery at the Guinness complex in Dublin. The whiskey itself is a blend of malt and grain whiskeys, it has been matured in first fill ex-bourbon barrels and bottled at 45% ABV.
On the nose Roe & Co, is quite punchy with some malty, vanilla and oak aromas, there are also undertones of pears and fresh grapes. The palate is creamy and sweet with notes of oak influnces and spice. There is a long finish with an influnce of pepper and butterscotch that makes you want more.