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Redbreast is one of many brands under which the Irish Midleton distillery produces whisky. The distillery is one of the most modern in the world, and works with, among other things, the 3 largest pot stills in the world, but also has a micro-distillery in house. Midleton is the largest distillery in Ireland in terms of capacity. Apart from the Redbreast brand, the distillery also produces for the brands Jameson, Powers, Paddy, Midleton, Green Spot and Yellow Spot.
A bottling from the Irish Midleton Distillery. A 12 year old single pot still whiskey, so made from malted and unmalted barley, and triple distilled. This Redbreast matured in bourbon and sherry casks. A fine Irish whiskey for a nice price. At 40%.
Would you like to taste an Irish single pot still-whiskey at cask strength, then this 12 year old Redbreast is an option. Matured in bourbon and sherry casks. Pot still whiskey is made from malted and unmalted barley. A bit of other grains may be added.
With this 15-year-old Redbreast, the Irish Midleton distillery sets a good example of a pot-still whiskey. The whiskey is made from malted and un-malted barley, and after triple distillation matured in bourbon and sherry casks. At 46%.
Fruitier, more complex and subtle than his younger namesakes. That is the general impression of this 21-year-old Redbreast single pot-still whiskey. The perfect balance and the long finish are also praised. An Irish whiskey to indulge in!
We do not know the age of this Redbreast single pot-still whiskey, but we do know that it finished in 1st fill sherry casks. You can tell this by the typical sherry notes ithat are well balanced with the pot still notes. It remains a real Irish whiskey.
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