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Tullamore Dew is an Irish whiskey brand with an eventful history. Originally it was a pot of still whiskey from a distillery in Tullamore, Ireland. Around 1890 a certain Daniel E. Williams took over the distillery and, with the addition of his initials, made Tullamore D.E.W. a famous brand. The distillery closed in 1954. In the 60s the large Midleton Distillery produced whiskey for the Tullamore Dew brand. The brand was purchased in 2010 by William Grant & Sons who had a new distillery built in Tullamore that can now produce the 3 types of Irish whiskey (malt, pot still and grain). Most whiskey that now appears under this brand is a blend of those 3 types.
A good example of a soft, triple distilled Irish whiskey. This Tullamore dew is uncomplicated, with grassy, floral and fruity notes. No whisky that will stay with you for a long time, but it is pleasant to drink and also very reasonably priced.
Are you looking for a pleasant drinkable, smooth and uncomplicated Irish whiskey, then this 12-year-old Tullamore dew is the one. This Special Reserve is distilled three times. It matured for 12 years in bourbon and oloroso sherry casks. At 40%.
A single malt from the Irish distiller Midleton. The whisky has matured in 4 cask types: bourbon, sherry, port and madeira. It will come as no surprise that this has produced a feast of fruit tones. A successful experiment, this 14-year-old Tullamore Dew!
This Irish blended whiskey matured for 18 years in bourbon, sherry, port and madeira casks. Such a cask variation is seldom seen. This Tullamore Dew appeared in a limited edition. So, if you want to taste such a diverse matured whiskey, be quick!
An Irish whiskey with a Caribbean edge, this Tullamore dew XO. For a very reasonable price you get a nice drinkable and smooth whiskey with sweet, tropical notes from the rum casks on which it was finished. A whiskey for a summer evening.
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