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Irish Whiskey

It's a bitter pill to swallow for the Scots but history points to the Irish being the first nation to distil whiskey. They even have the historical records to back it up.


It was in 1405 that whiskey production was first noted in Ireland, which is a solid 89 years before it was recorded in Scotland. However, it is thought that Irish distilling may go as far back as to the 6th century.


The first licence to distil whiskey in Ireland was granted in 1608, however Bushmills did not actually distil whiskey on the site until 1748. Irish distillers continued to produce their popular spirit and right up until the late 19th century it was one of the most popular spirits in the world. Unfortunately a combination of worldwide warfare, changing tastes and failing to embrace new technologies led to a rough time for Irish distillers. In the 1970s only two distilleries remained working in Ireland - and they were owned by the same company (Irish Distillers).


In the late 1980's the Irish distilling resurgence began with new ownership for Irish distillers and John Teeling starting a new distillery in Cooley. The world once again embraced the smooth, sweet flavour of Irish whiskey. Within the next few years we could see as many as 32 distilleries producing whiskey on the Emerald Isle.


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An extra special bottling of Jameson to celebrate the 100th anniversary of radio.
The Jameson Caskmates range has really shown the difference that an unusual cask finish can have on the end result of a whiskey.
The Limited Reserve edition from the world famous Irish whiskey. The blend comprises of a mix of two pot still whiskeys along with one grain and has a heavy dose of sherry cask maturation for extra ri ...
Triple distilled Irish Whiskey from double charred bourbon barrel. Jameson Black Barrel has more rich and complex flavour than the standard release due to a maturation in the heavily charred wood.
Kilbeggan have used a cacophony of casks to make this easy drink blended whiskey.
Kilbeggan is created from a combination of malt and grain whiskies from the Kilbeggan distillery.
The Method and Madness range from Irish Distillers has showcased some truly unique whiskeys made at Midleton Distillery.
An 'outside the box' and very different take on an Irish grain whiskey. The team behind the 'Malt and Madness' brand has first taken this delicate grain and matured it in ex-bourbon casks before finis ...
Method and Madness
This excellent Irish single pot still whisky is part of Dair Ghaelach range where Irish oak was used for maturation.
Few releases symbolise the renewed confidence in Irish whiskey - and in particular Irish Pot Still whiskey - as much as this bottling.
The success of the BBC's Peaky Blinders has now reached the world of whiskey! This release is a smooth Irish blend from the 'British Isles' which, we must say, is it a pretty amazing price!
Peaky Blinders
Powers is one of the oldest brands in Ireland, with James Power establishing the company and distillery way back in 1791.
Unseen on the market for almost 50 years, Red Spot has returned as a single pot still whiskey in Mitchell & Son's Spot range.Triple distilled at Midleton and matured for a minimum of 15 years in a ...
Created at Midleton, the Redbreast is a single pot-still whiskey, meaning it is made from a combination of malted and unmalted barley to create a richer palate on the finished product.
The Redbreast Lustau edition captures everything that fans of Redbreast have come to love but adds an extra dimonsion to the profile.
This giftpack has three miniatures from the most popular Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey.
A quite brilliant Irish whiskey selected and bottled by Peter Mulryan up at Blackwater Distillery.
Right now there is no spirit in the world that's getting near Irish whiskey in terms of growth, and we can see why.
Roe & Co
This smart giftpack features four miniatures of the Midleton distillery's most recognisable single pot still brands- Redbreast 12 Year Old, Green Spot, Power's John's Lane 12 Year Old and Midleton Bar ...
A light and easy drinking Irish blend from the brand new Slane distillery. Slane castle is famous for hosting some of the best gigs that Ireland has ever seen and it is now home to a distillery too!
This premium Irish whiskey has been matured for 21 years in ex-Bourbon barrels before it was aged for an extra three years in ex-Sauterne wine casks.
Teeling's Brazabon series celebrates the wonderful influence that casks which once held fortified wine have on maturing whiskey.
Poitin is essentially non aged Irish spirit. It's not vodka, as it hasn't been distilled to 95% abv, but it's not whisky, as it is unaged.
Teeling Poitin 52.5% 50cl
This award winning release from Teeling is limited to only 5,000 bottle worldwide.
It's been 18 months since Teeling made history and opened their new distillery right in the heart of Dublin.
A very tasty Irish malt that has spent the last year of its lift in casks that previously matured Calvados.
A brilliantly blended Irish whiskey. A great balance of sweetness and spice.
The Dublin Liberties
A whiskey which has been crafted to celebrate one of Ireland's most loved bands; The Pogues.
The Pogues
A very old, very rare and immensely interesting miniature bottle for Irish whiskey from Cadenheads.
This 14 year old single malt whiskey has been matured in a multitude of different casks.
Tullamore Dew
Tullamore Dew is a blended whisky, comprised of malt, pot-still and grain whiskies, all triple distilled.
Tullamore Dew
This 10 year old is bottled at unchillfiltered at higher strength to give more room to taste the extra layer of nutty, raisiny character given by the sherry cask finish.
West Cork distillers was founded in 2003 and they are now reaping the fruits of their labours with some wonderfully aged whisky.
West Cork
An easy drinking and tasty release from West Cork distillers in Skibberdeen where they are now even malting their own barley (although we suspect these bottlings are from sourced whisky) We were prett ...
West Cork
A throwback of an Irish whiskey from another generation. This smooth yet spicy whiskey is a combination of 60% traditional Irish pot still whiskey and 40% single malt.
Writers Tears
Produced at the Midleton distillery near Cork, Yellow Spot is a 12 year old, single pot still Irish whiskey, and is a mixture of Bourbon casks, Sherry Casks and Malaga wine casks.

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