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Irish whiskey is produced in a slightly different way then Scottish whisky. Since the 1700's the Irish are using unmalted barley for their whiskey because they only had to pay duty for using malted barley. The use of unmalted barley gives the whiskey a silky mouthfeel and some extra spiciness in the finish.
This production method is also known as pot still whiskey.
A nice entry-level whiskey, this 10-year-old Bushmills. A soft, fruity Irish single malt whiskey, with sherry notes in the background. At 40% and competitively priced, this is a whiskey to please many! Now with the newly designed label.
Matured in Three Woods is the name of the series in which this Bushmill's single malt whisky was released. Aged in three casks: oloroso sherry, bourbon and port casks. This Irish single malt matured in these casks for 16 years and is bottled at 40%.
Bushmills in Antrim, Ireland, is the oldest distillery in the world. Since 1608, it produces its single malt whisky using the triple-distillation process. This is also the case with this 21 year old edition. It aged in bourbon, madeira and sherry casks.
For those who want to get acquainted with a peated Irish single malt whiskey. This Connemara Original drinks away easily and is modestly smoky. An 'entry-level whiskey', also considering the price.
This peated Irish whiskey from the Cooley Distillery is a great introduction to smoky single malt. With a nice balance between peat and smoke, light spiciness, honey, heather and even a hint of gasoline, this is a pleasant alternative to blended whisky.
The cask from which this Connemara single malt whisky was bottled in 2008 was selected by Guy Boyen of the Belgian Tasttoe. The Irish peated single malt had matured for 15 years in that (bourbon) cask and was bottled at a cask strength of 58.5%.
A peated Irish single malt whiskey that has been distilled 2 instead of 3 times, and then matured in bourbon and sherry casks. You don't often come across drams like this Connemara,! And then it is also a nice drinkable, well-balanced whisky!
To celebrate the 200.000 bottles registered in Whiskybase. A huge accomplishment and this deserves a tropical release. A stunning single malt whisky from Cooley distillery. Distilled in 2002 and bottled in 2022. Pears, pineapple, mango and grapefruit!
The Dingle Whiskey Distillery in Ireland has three different pot stills for making their whisky. Besides single malt whisky (and vodka and gin), they also make single pot still whiskey (with an Irish 'e') with it. This is already the 5th release. At 46.5%
The artisan Irish The Dingle Whiskey Distillery is all about quality. You will find out what that yields with this 6th release in their Small Batch series. The single malt whisky matured in Tawny Port casks, which explains the red glow of this whisky.
With this Single Malt, the young Irish Dingle Whiskey Distillery launches its first standard edition. The single malt whisky, three times distilled, aged 6 to 7 years on average, matured in bourbon (39%) and PX sherry casks (61%) and was bottled at 46.3%.
Opened in Ireland in 2011, Glendalough Distillery produces single malt whisky that first is matured in bourbon casks and then is finished in sometimes very special casks, such as casks of Japanese oak. The latter applies to this 7-year-old edition. (46%)
A blended Irish whiskey from one distiller, this single cask bottling from the Glendalough Distillery near Dublin. A blend of their own single grain and single malt whiskies that are finished in a French oak Calvados XO cask. Special! For a nice price.
If you want to try an Irish single grain whiskey, one that is aged on bourbon, and finished on sherry and then at a reasonable price: here is the Glendalough Double Barrel. Light, pleasant to drink, but also complex. Something different!
Green Spot is an Irish single pot-still whiskey. it is distilled from malted and unmalted barley. The Green Spot whiskey is also triple-distilled, according to Irish tradition. It is therefore a light, very pleasantly drinkable dram!
For the wine connoisseurs among you: this Irish single pot still whiskey has been finished in casks where first Château Montelena Zinfandel wine matured in. Before the finishing, this triple distilled Green Spot matured in bourbon and sherry casks. (46%)
This Green Spot Château Léoville Barton is a 3x distilled single pot still whiskey according to Irish tradition. It first matured in sherry and bourbon casks, and then matured in burgundy casks made of French oak. A fruity Irish whiskey for a nice price.
The young Hinch distillery has the ambition to be craft innovators in the Irish whiskey world. This bottling is their first 10-year-old blend. A 'one distillery blend' because both the single malt and the grain whisky come from their own stills.
The Hinch Distillery is located just south of Belfast for some time now. One of their products is this traditional single pot still whiskey. Some oats were added to the mash for a creamy mouthfeel. A fruity 'Irishman' with spicy undertones. (43%)
Another fine Irish single malt whisky, as featured in the 2015 bottler series The Nectar of the Daily Drams. Lots of fruit, from apple and banana to pineapple and pomegranate, flowers, vanilla and honey. All can be tasted in this 15-year-old Irish malt.
16 years old this Irish single malt whiskey that Whisky-Doris released in the series The Nose Art (known for the soft-erotic labels). The bottler does not say which distillery is involved. Is that really important? Well, as long as it tastes good!
Do you like Irish whiskey? Maybe you can taste from which distillery this Irish single malt whisky comes. Bottler Brachadair does not mention the name. Éirinn go Brách says the label, and that the whisky is 16 years old and aged on bourbon ...
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