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Irish whiskey


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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. 

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Glendalough Pot Still Irish Whiskey

The young Glendalough Distillery near Dublin specializes in maturing and finishing their craft whisky in special casks. This single pot still whiskey is finished in a cask made from an oak that stood in Ireland's Wicklow Mountains. Bottled 43%.

Green Spot

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!

Green Spot Château Montelena

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%)

Green Spot Léoville Barton

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.

Irish Single Malt Whiskey 2002 Brachadair

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 ...

Jack Ryan 12-year-old

For those looking for a easily drinkable, uncomplicated dram for everyday, this Jack Ryan Irish single malt whiskey is definitely an option! 12 years matured in bourbon barrels and bottled at 46% strength by people who clearly understand Irish whiskey!

Jameson Whiskey

The Triple Distilled Irish whiskey. This Jameson is perfect in Irish coffee, for mixing, or in cocktails. With Ginger Ale for example. Buy it online in our shop.

Knappogue Castle 12-year-old - Château Pichon Baron French Oak

This 12-year-old Irish triple distilled single malt whiskey matured in a bourbon cask before it was finished in French oak casks. Casks that previously contained Château Pichon Baron wine, to be precise. An edition of 2100 bottles, filled at 46%.

Knappogue Castle 14-year-old

The 14-year-old Knappogue Castle single malt whiskey matured in bourbon and oloroso sherry casks. In the nose you will find apple and apricot, the taste is full and fruity with notes of nuts and vanilla, and also fruity in the finish. A beautiful Irish wh

Lichtburg #2 15-year-old Rolf Kaspar

The second edition in the Lichtburg Historic series from bottler Rolf Kaspar, and again it is a 15 year old Irish single malt whiskey. It was supplied by Jack Teeling in Dublin and matured in a cask that previously contained brandy. Bottled at 57.4%.

Midleton Dair Ghaelach Tree 9

This is a single pot still whiskey from the Midleton Distillery. Bottled in 2015 as batch no.1 in the Virgin Irish Oak Collection. Not your average Irish whiskey, because after it had matured in ex-bourbon casks, it was finished in virgin Irish oak. 58.2%

Powers 12-year-old

This 12-year-old John's Lane Release is a standard bottling from the Irish brand Powers. It is a single pot still whiskey from the Midleton distillery that matured in bourbon and sherry casks. Like many Irish whiskeys, this one is also triple distilled.

Redbreast 12-year-old 58.1% - B1/22

If you want to taste an Irish single pot still whiskey at cask strength, this 12 year old Redbreast is an option. Aged in bourbon and sherry casks. Pot still whiskey is made from barley malt and unmalted barley. This batch is at 58.1% cask strength.

Redbreast 15-year-old

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%.

Teeling 15-year-old

The Irish Teeling released this 15-year-old single grain whisky. That is young for a single grain, but that does not detract from the drinkability: fruity and fresh, and you can clearly taste that it has been finished in sauvignon blanc casks. (50%)

Teeling 21-year-old - Rising Reserve No 1

To celebrate that Irish whiskey is on the rise again, the Teeling family is releasing a number of special single malt whiskies in the Rising Reserve series. The first in this series is a malt that first matured in bourbon and then in Carcavelos casks. 46%

Teeling India Pale Ale

The Small Batch Collaboration is an interesting bottling series from the Teeling Distillery in Dublin, and not just because of the price. Take this edition in that series: the Irish whiskey is finished in India Pale Ale casks from the Dot Brew brewery.

Teeling Pineapple Rum Cask

A special bottling by Teeling. This is a blended whisky that, after 6 years of maturing in bourbon casks, matured for over a year in casks in which Pineapple Rum from Plantation previously matured. A unique finishing, in our opinion. Bottled at 49.2%.

Teeling Single Cask - Calvados Drouin Cask

Especially for the Dutch market (but with us available worldwide), the Irish Teeling bottled this single malt whisky in their Single Cask series that matured in a cask that previously housed award-winning calvados. Bottled at cask strength (60.7%).

Teeling Single Malt

The Irish Teeling Whiskey Company is also not afraid to mature its single malt whisky in less common casks. Teeling used both red port and Carcevelos White port casks to for the maturation of this bottling. The 13-year-old whisky was bottled at 49.5%.

Teeling Sommelier Selection - Douro Old Vines

Teeling Distillery in Dublin isn't afraid to experiment with the type of casks their whisky matures in. For example, they use special wine casks for finishing in their Sommelier Selection. This bottling is finished in Douro Old Vines casks. Bottled at 46%

The Great Northern 05-year-old The Whisky Blues

You could call the Irish The Great Northern Distillery a contract distillery. They supply various types of whisky on order (including single malt, grain, pot still). The distillery produced this single malt for The Whisky Blues. 5 years old, 58.2%.

The Great Northern 05-year-old Whisky AGE

The Great Northern Distillery in Ireland is not very well known. Because it is a young distillery, but also because it does not release whisky under its own name. So take your chance and get to know their single malt whisky with this 5-year-old bottling.

The Irishman Founder's Reserve - Oloroso Sherry Cask 1504

Under the label The Irishman Founder's Reserve, Walsh Whiskey makes artisanal Irish whiskey according to traditional recipes. This bottling, containing 942 bottles, is an example of this. The single malt whisky is finished in an Oloroso sherry cask. (46%)

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