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Single Malt Whiskey

Single malt whiskey shows just how similar Scottish and Irish whiskey are. Irish single malt can only be made with barley, water and yeast. It has to be distilled in copper pot stills and aged, in oak, for at least three years.


In fact the only real difference between the single malts comes down to the number of distillations. The Scots tend towards two runs through the stills, whereas for a long time three distillations were more common in Ireland.


This third distillation makes a lighter, fresher spirit free from some of the heavier flavours that are hallmarks of Scotch whisky. Another difference between there two styles is that Irish whisky makers will almost never use peat when producing their spirits. We have to say "almost" because there are always a few distillers out there who like to do their own thing and this has led to a small number of peated Irish malts.


With their smooth flavours and light bodied nature Irish Single Malts are becoming more and more popular around the world. It's just as well the there are so many new distilleries starting up in Ireland to fill the demand.


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One of the oldest distilleries in Ireland, on the beautiful Northern Irish coast, Bushmills 10 is a triple distilled, Irish Single Malt Whiskey.
Bushmills have placed their delicate, triple distilled spirit into three different styles of cask for this very interesting and complex whiskey.
One of the oldest distilleries in the world, Bushmills have been making fine fruity single malt whisky for quite some time.
The Irishman single malt is made at the world famous Bushmills distillery. It is triple distilled and matured in a combination of ex-Bourbon barrels and ex-Oloroso Spanish Sherry Casks to provide a so ...
Chapel Gate Whiskey are aiming to resurrect the art of whisky bonding along with the name of 19th century bonder J.J.
J.J. Corry
A triple distilled single malt whiskey bottled by Irish whiskey brand Kirker and Greer.
This wonderfully smooth Irish whiskey has been bottled by Knappogue Castle. The triple distilled malt has been exclusively matured in ex-Bourbon barrels for a full 12 years.
Knappogue Castle
This single malt whiskey is the first time that Irish Distiller's have used French Limousin Oak to 'enhance' their whiskey.
Teeling have now built a distillery in the Liberties area of Dublin which is a major tourist attraction.
A limited run of Irish whiskey has been matured for nearly 18 years, before a further maturation in ex-madeira casks.
An Irish single malt whiskey made in Dubling and aged in a combination of casks.
The Dublin Liberties
A smooth, rich and light Irish single malt whiskey which captures the essence of Dublin.
The Dubliner
The Sexton is a single malt Irish whiskey created at the Old Bushmill's Distillery by master blender Alex Thomas.
The Sexton
A very complex dram from Tullamore Dew. This 18 year old single malt whiskey has been matured in a multitude of casks including bourbon, port, Madeira and Oloroso.
Tullamore Dew
Unusually for Irish whisky, Connemara is peated, adding smoke to a fruity, floral spirit.
Irish whiskey is in the middle of a resurgence at the moment but things weren't always so rosy.
Irish whiskey is in the middle of a resurgence at the moment, but things weren't always so rosy.
Glendalough is Ireland's first craft distillery. With their whiskies they have focused their efforts into creating a new, intriguing Irish single malt which harks back to the times when it was the mos ...
The good people behind Glendalough claim that 13 is a lucky number in Ireland and with this release they hope to re-establish the single malt style that made Irish whiskey known around the world.
A quite brilliant Irish whiskey selected and bottled by Peter Mulryan up at Blackwater Distillery.
It's been 18 months since Teeling made history and opened their new distillery right in the heart of Dublin.
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.
This award winning release from Teeling is limited to only 5,000 bottle worldwide.
A very tasty Irish malt that has spent the last year of its lift in casks that previously matured Calvados.
Teeling's Brazabon series celebrates the wonderful influence that casks which once held fortified wine have on maturing whiskey.
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
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.
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
West Cork distillers was founded in 2003 and they are now reaping the fruits of their labours with some wonderfully aged whisky.
West Cork