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Pot Still Whiskey

Single Pot Still whiskey has had a tremendous history which ventures from leading the way in the Irish distilling boom to almost vanishing completely when Irish whiskey became less popular. The main difference between pot still whiskey and single malt is the inclusion of malted and unmalted barley in the mashbill. This combination gives pot still whisky a full, rich and spicy character.


It is thought that the origins of pot still whiskey came about due to the malt taxes of the 18th century. Wiley Irish distillers started to combine both malted and unmalted barley in order to avoid paying tax. They had to be careful though and to make sure that they added the correct amount of each in order to achieve the desired flavour. Due to there flavours Irish whiskey was at one point the most popular spirit in the world but through a series of unfortunate events and decisions it feel on hard times.


In the late 1980s a Irish distilling was re-born. One of the companies behind that (Irish Distillers) is still by far the biggest producer of pot still whiskey. They have some of the of the largest pot stills in the world at their New Midleton distillery and have really re-invented the category over the past decade with their Red Breast, Midleton and Yellow spot releases.


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Made at Midleton Distillery near Cork, Green Spot is a mixture of 7 to 10 year old single pot still Irish whiskey, that have been aged in 1st fill bourbon casks, refill bourbon casks and ex sherry cas ...
Green Spot
Named after the second generation Master Distiller at Midleton, who spent 47 years working at the distillery, the Barry Crockett is made from pot-still whiskey which has been aged in ex bourbon casks, ...
If you haven't tried Redbreast, you really should. Rich, complex, fruity and robust.
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.
Batch 3 of Teeling's own Dublin distilled single pot still whiskey. Made from 50% unmalted and 50% malted barley, triple distilled and then aged in ex-bourbon, ex-wine and virgin oak casks.
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.
Fine Single Pot Still Irish whiskey matured firstly in Bourbon & Oloroso casks, which is then finished in Leoville Barton Bordeaux red wine casks to add some juicy, fruity notes to this balanced w ...
The Method and Madness range from Irish Distillers has showcased some truly unique whiskeys made at Midleton Distillery.
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.
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 ...
This giftpack has three miniatures from the most popular Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey.
The Redbreast Lustau edition captures everything that fans of Redbreast have come to love but adds an extra dimonsion to the profile.
Distilled at the Midleton Site, home of the frankly awesome Jameson distillery, Redbreast is Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey.
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 ...