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Single pot still whiskey is an Irish whisky, similar to single malt. The difference is that not only barley malt is used for this whisky, but also not malted barley. Other grains may also be added, not exceeding the 5%. As the name says, this whisky is also distilled in pot stills.
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%
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 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%)
The Irish Midleton Distillery released this special single pot still whisky in 2015, the Dair Ghaelach Tree 3. In the Virgin Irish Oak Collection. The whisky in that series matured in ex-bourbon casks, but is finished in virgin Irish oak casks! (57.9%)
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%
The Writer's Tears bottlings pay homage to 19th century Irish whiskey. That certainly also applies to this edition of the Walsh Whiskey distillery. It is a genuine Irish triple-distilled single pot still whiskey. Matured in various cask types. (46%)
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