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  1. Red Spot 15 year old Single Pot Still

    Last time it was released it was in 1960s, now Red Spot is finally back. An exciting whiskey by the Mitchell family, a 15 year old whiskey made up of 3 parts aged in different casks, Bourbon, Spanish sherry butts and Sicilian Marsala wine casks, and then blended together. The Red Spot name (as for the Yellow & Green Spot) comes from the family tradition of marking the casks of different ages with spot of different colours.

    Nose: rich and intensewith black cherry, cooked fruits note and a hint of mango.

    Taste: A mix of ripe fruit sweetness from the Marsala seasoned wine casks. While the fruit remains, sweet red pepper and cracked black pepper and some spiciness, finished by notes of American oak and barley.

    Finish: An extra long infusion of fruit and spices.

  2. Teeling Revival 15 Year Old 1st Edition

    The first release from the Revival range. The Revival bottling consists of 15 year old single malt Irish whiskey distilled in 1999, matured exclusively in ex-rum casks and bottled at 46% with no chill filtration, creating a unique Irish whiskey. This bottling is limited to only 10,000 bottles. Tasting notes: on the palate the flavours are rich, with lots of spice and heat coming through. The oak becomes a cinnamon and vanilla flavour, with a thick wooded note to it. This adds depth and complexity to a wonderful dram.
  3. Dingle Single Malt Batch 2

    *Limited to 1 per person* A much anticipated second release created with the marriage of sherry casks (Pedro Ximienz and Oloroso) and ex-bourbon casks. This single malt Irish whiskey is a small piece of history, unique and rare. Tasting notes: this whiskey is delicate, dry with citrus and subtle vanilla notes. It dances across the palate and has a long elegant complexity to it. This exquisite version has been discontinued.
  4. Glendalough Mizunara finish single malt 13 year old

    Distilled in Glendalough, co. Wicklow.

    "This winner of World Best Irish Whiskey, is now the first, and only, Irish Whiskey released with a Japanese minuzara finish.

    Extremely rare, and expensive, our virgin Japanese mizunara, comes from Hokkaido, the rugged most northern island of Japan. It is coopered to order in Japan's only independent cooperage, by Japan's oldest cooper. Mizunara amplifies much of what is already there while layering on more vanilla smoothness, sandlewood notes and even a little coconut, or gorse flower if you're from our neck of the woods.

    This whiskey has very different and exotic flavours compared with what you'd expect from an Irish single malt. And there's not a lot of it around! This is one to snap up and savour.

    The nose. Honeycomb, vanilla, apricot, and citrus. The taste.Velvety smooth with more vanilla, fudge, rock candy, peach and marmalade followed by sandalwood, cinnamon, and oriental spices.The finish. Put it this way... "The longest milk chocolate finish in the history of Irish Whiskey" Jim Murray. " -From Glendalough website-


  5. Celtic Cask Fiche Seacht 27

    Distillery: Cooley

    Style: Single Malt, 46%.

    Cask No: 808

    Bottle: 20 of 206

    Producer: Celtic Cask Fiche a Hocht was double distilled at the Cooley distillery and first matured in fresh Bourbon barrels for 18 years. Part of this cask was then re-casked in a specially commissioned 125 litre Oloroso SHerry cask for 1 year. Limited to 206 bottles.

    Taste: Syrupy, silky and fruity. Flavours of lemon meringue, orange, pears, apples, pineapple and all spice.

    Finish: Long and fruity finish.

  6. Celtic Cask Fiche a Hocht 28

    Distillery: Cooley

    Style: Single Malt, 46%.

    Bottle: 40 of 333

    Producer: Celtic Cask Fiche a Hocht was double distilled at the Cooley distillery and first matured in fresh Bourbon barrels for 14 years. It was then re-casked in a red Burgundy cask from Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret for over 3 years. Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret is one of the Burgundy region's finest estates. Limited to 333 bottles.

    Taste: Soft and silky with a little wood smoke. Charred pineapple, orange zest, lemon meringue. Well-balanced and fruity.

    Finish: It is warming with a lvoely fruity finish.

  7. Irishman Rare Cask Strength 2016

    Distillery: Walsh, co. Carlow.

    Style: Single Malt, 54%.

    Producer: Walsh Whiskey opened its €25 million distillery in Royal Oak, County Carlow in June 2016, becoming the only independent Irish whiskey producer to make malt, pot still and grain liquid. The casks for this rare whiskey are hand-picked by Bernard Walsh every year and 1800 bottles were released in 2016.

    Nose: Aged in first fill Bourbon barrels, notes of vanilla and toffee on the nose as well as slight hints of ginger and drak fruits.

    Taste: A creamy medium-bodied whiskey with great structure. Notes of dark chocolate, vanilla and a subtle spice. Smooth in the mouth for a cask strength whiskey.

    Finish: Lingers in the mouth with hints of oak, butterscotch and chocolate. Leaves a nic warmth before it dissipates.

  8. Powers 17 Year Old Single Cask

    Distilled in MIdleton, co. Cork.

    Style: Single Cask,single pot still, 46%.

    Cask No: 15856

    Producer: The Teeling family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery in Marrowbone Lane, in the Liberties area of Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2013 where Jack and Stephen are the newest generation to carry on the family legay.

    Nose: A nice balance of earthiness, fruit and spice. Touches of chocolate, oak, char, mocha, dried citrus peel, cinnamon and nutmeg.

    Taste: Shows some classic Powers character. The oak is vibrant but well balanced. Touches of toasted spices, roasted nuts, cocoa, vanilla and honey.

    Finish: The oak persists to the end giving some lovely complexity.

  9. Teeling 30 year old Vintage Reserve

    Distilled in Dublin.

    The 30-year old single malt was distilled in 1987 and initially matured in ex-bourbon asks for 25 years before being given an additional 5 years maturation in ex-white Burgundy oak casks. Each of the 500 bottles were hand bottled in unique decanter bottles an come in a wooden gift box with their own certificate of authenticity.

    Jack Teeling, Founder of Teeling Whiskey, commented: "This very limited release of 30 year-old Irish single malt is a one of a kind, due to the French white wine influence that transforms this whiskey into something truly special. There is nothing else like this on the market."

    Bottle released: 500

    Style: Single Malt, 46%.

    Nose: Tropical fruits and wood notes.

    Taste: Light and fresh, well balanced sweetness blends into notes of vanilla, sandalwood, all spice and orchard fruits.

    Finish: Deep and inviting as the spice comes back then goes away again. With age comes grace and this whiskey can prove it.

  10. Teeling 28 year old Single Cask

    Distilled in Dublin.

    The Teeling Family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery on Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2015 where Jack and Stephen are the newest generation who are carrying on the family legacy.

    Cask No: 7128     Bottled: June 2017

    Style: 1989, aged entirely in a single rum barrel.

    Nose: Peaches, apples and pineapple.

    Taste: Tropical fruits, marmalade, double cream and vanilla.

    Finish: Delicate and smooth,hint of citrus and marmalade. Spicy and woody finish.

  11. Teeling Collinstown Collection 12 year-old

    Distilled in Dublin.

    Style: Malt & Grain in ex-Loupiac wine casks.

    Bottle release: 6000

    Producer: The Teeling family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery in Marrowbone Lane, in the Liberties area of Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2013 where Jack and Stephen are the newest generation to carry on the family legay.

    Nose: Citrus notes; stewed lemons, clementine and marmalade.

    Palate: Ripe peaches, pineapple syrup, apricot and cantaloupe melon intermingle.

    Finish: Spiced and balanced yet robust finish.

  12. Midleton Very Rare 2017

    Distilled in Midleton, co. Cork.

    Midleton Very rare was first released in 1984. Only 50 casks are released each year which makes them very collectible, especially older and harder to find vintages. The whiskeys used in the blend are hand picked by the Master Distiller, all triple distilled and have aged between 12 and 25 years in individually Bourbon or Sherry casks.

    Style: Blend, 40%.

    Bottle: 011381

    Nose: Vibrantly fruity with aromas of apricots, pineapple, red apples, stem ginger, marzipan and fruit bread.

    Palate: Soft, smooth and juicy. Flavours of apricot, dried citrus peel, honey, pineapple and mango.

    Finish: Delicate spices lead through to the finish.

  13. Writers Tears Cask Strength

    Natural, non-chill filtered at 53%, this vatting of single malt and single pot still whiskey is bursting with pear and green apples giving way to long opulent finish that is beautifully rich and full-bodied. Maturation in bourbon infused oak casks increase complexity bringing single pot still spice with a hint of honey and ginger. This strictly limited release of 2500 bottles represents the expression of Writers Tears Whiskey in nits purest form.
  14. Midleton Very Rare 2013

    Midleton, co. Cork.

    One of the rarest of all the Midletons, 2013 marked the end of an era that spanned 37 yers being Master Distiller Barry Crocket's last production of Midleton.

    This rare 75cl bottle was destined for the US market but is now back where it belongs. Cane sugar that can be attributed to the influence of the well aged grain whiskey component. Followed by the pot still spices of vanilla and oak char. Within the combination you find dairy fudge, milk chocolate and green apples. Soft and mellow with a satisfying balance of confectionary sweetness through soft rip fruit to the more robust pot still spices.

    The charred oak and barley grains contribute to the wonderful complexity. The succulent mellow flavours remain in balance and are slow to fade.

  15. Teeling 24yo Sauternes & Bourbon Cask ‘World’s Best Single Malt’ at the 2019 World Whiskies Awards.

    ‘World’s Best Single Malt’ at the 2019 World Whiskies Awards.

    Strictly 1 per customer

    The Teeling Family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery on Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2015 where Jack and Stephen are the newest generation who are carrying on the family legacy.

    Single malt, 46%. Hints of fruit and vanilla on the nose with a slight honeyed apricot note from the sauternes cask.

    A touch of smoke adds extra layer on intrigue.

    The unique dual maturation imparts an extra depth of fruit flavours that perfectly complement the hint of smoke derived from the inclusion of a small portion of peated malt as part of the original used in production.

    Honey, vanilla and toasted oak round out the finish. With a lingering hint of peat.

    Small batch bottling, limited to just 5,000 70cl bottles, are hand bottled in unique decanter bottles and come with their own certificate of authenticity. This is the greatest Single Malt in the World. Delivery can take up to 4 weeks.
  16. Teeling Revival 12 5th Edition

    The Teeling Family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery on Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2015 where Jackk and Stephen are the newest generation who are carrying on the family legacy. This whiskey is the 2nd in the series to commemorate that 'Revival'. Single malt, 46%. Aromas of lemon cake, apricot, pineapple, vanilla, honey and white grapes. Soft and fruity without any harsh oakiness. Intensely fruity and refreshing with flavours of pineapple, white grapes, apricot, lemon and honey. The finish becomes just a little oaky with some subtle spice.
  17. Teeling Revival 14 Year Old 3rd Edition

    The Teeling Family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery on Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2015 where Jackk and Stephen are the newest generation who are carrying on the family legacy. This whiskey is the 2nd in the series to commemorate that 'Revival'. Single malt, 46%.
  18. Teeling Revival 13 year old 2nd Edition

    The Teeling Family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery on Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, Dublin. Several generations later, Teeling opened their brand new distillery in 2015 where Jackk and Stephen are the newest generation who are carrying on the family legacy. This whiskey is the 2nd in the series to commemorate that 'Revival'. Single malt, 46%. Fresh and lively, unmistakably Irish in character. Ripe fruits such as pineapple, white grapes, aprictos, pears and melon. A touch of vanilla, honey and, of course, a slight apple aroma. Powerful and light in body. At full strength there is a slight pepperiness and lots of fruit. Flavours of apricots, peach, pear, vanilla, honey and musat grapes. Some dryer oak and spice notes towards the finish.
  19. Teeling Revival 15 year old 4th Edition Muscat Cask

    Irish Whiskey of the Year - 2017 Irish Whiskey Awards The Teeling Family have been making whiskey since 1782 in their distillery on Marrowbone Lane in the Liberties, Dublin. A superb release in the hugely popular Revival series from Teeling, and winner of the top accolade at the 2017 Irish Whiskey Awards. The fourth bottling of this series consists of 15-Year-Old Single Malt that was aged initially in ex-Bourbon barrels before being finished for over 12 months in unique Muscat Port barrels that impart very distinct hints of citrus, rose petal and ripe peach. Limited to just 10,000 bottles, the resulting Single Malt is then bottled at 46% with no chill filtration, a signature of all Teeling Whiskeys. The Revival Vol. IV joins Teeling Whiskey’s range of award winning Irish whiskeys which have collected over 110 international awards throughout the past four years. The maturation from the ex-Muscat Port casks creates a unique palette pleasing taste profile; ripe fruits and rich spices intermingle with creamy vanilla to give a wonderfully dry, woody finish. A signature aroma of ripe peach, pineapple and satsuma mandarin tops off the dry dark chocolate undertones of this limited edition Single Malt.
  20. Kilbeggan 21 Year Old Limited Edition Blend

    Kilbeggan 21 year old is a limited edition bottling of the oldest blended Irish whiskey from the Kilbeggan Distilling Co. Specially selected by Master blender Noel Sweeney, this beautifully blended grain and malt whiskey has been matured in ex-Bourbon, Port, Madeira and Sherry casks creating complex sweet and smooth notes complemented by 21 years of patient ageing.
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