An Dulaman Gin
An Dulaman Irish Maritime Gin is a first gin distilled in Co. Donegal. Named after well known Irish folklore song (and one of the seaweeds used), An Dulaman captures the uniqueness of the Donegal coast.
An Dulaman is distilled in small batches using five varieties of seaweed along six other botanicals.
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.....
Sixling Irish Gin
Sixling gin, owned by husband and wife Tom & Nicola Grills launched in August 2018. Sixling is Ireland’s first and only cloudberry gin.
Cloudberries were plentiful in Ireland up until the 1800s but are now extremely rare on the island.
They source our cloudberries from Scandinavia to offer consumers an opportunity to rediscover a forgotten flavour of ancient Ireland.
They also use locally sourced Cooley Mountain elderflower with an additional 8 botanicals. This superb combination creates a truly unique fruity floral gin with a smooth herbal finish unlike any other gin on the market today.
Wilde Irish Gin
This Heather infused gin is named after the famous Irish playwright.
Distilled in small batches in two pot stills this gin is truly extraordinary release.
Writers Tears Double Oak
Age in American oak and French oak cognac casks. This is a unique marriage of single pot still and single malt Irish whiskey.
Micil Poitin Heritage Edition 50cl
Heritage Edition is made to a treasured family recipe, recreating a traditional method of poitín-making when malt was kiln-dried using turf fires. The peated barley gives the poitín a rich smoky smoothness with hints of malt, treacle and spice. The malted oats add a trace of vanilla and a soft peaty finish.
Every bottle is carefully hand-crafted in our distillery in Galway, using Connemara bogbean botanical and 100% Irish peated & malted barley and oats.
An incredibly smooth spirit, Micil Heritage Poitín is best enjoyed neat or on the rocks, but can also be used to liven up a cocktail.
Our recommended Heritage Poitín cocktail serve is a Micil Manhattan.
Teeling Pot Still Whiskey
Crafted using a combination of 50% malted and 50% unmalted barley which has then been triple distilled and aged in ex-Bourbon, ex-Wine and Virgin oak casks. Bottled at 46% with no chill-filtration.
The Liberator Irish Whiskey
The Liberator Irish Whiskey –
Malt in Tawny Port Finish. Inaugural Release of 700 numbered bottles which Wayward
Irish Spirits, a Co Kerry-based company that has recently established The
The company is in the
process of establishing a “grain to glass” distillery and small visitor center
at the Lakeview Estate outside Killarney. The 100 acre estate was built in 1869
by Maurice’s great, great, great, grandfather, James O’Connell, a younger brother
of Daniel O’Connell.
last year began growing its own barley on the estate for its whiskeys and
expects to start-distilling on-site by 2024 with plans to employ about 15
people by this time. It has sourced mature malt whiskeys to finish
and blend at the estate from sources that include John Teeling's Great Northern
Distillery in Dundalk, and Bushmills in Co Antrim.
Dingle Single Malt Batch 5
Newest release from Dingle Distillery, this Single Malt has spent time in combination of ex-bourbon, Pedro Ximenez and Madeira casks. Bottles at 46.5% ABV.
Method & Madness Single Pot Still Wild Cherry Wood
The latest offering from Method and Madness pairs the subtle maturation of Ex-Bourbon and Sherry barrels with a unique finish of Wild Cherry Wood.
The porosity of Wild Cherry Wood provides a significant interaction between the whiskey and the barrel, resulting in a finish that boasts notes of shredded ginger, coconut and black tea with a fresh, lingering finish.
A truly stunning addition to any collection.