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Bushmills Whiskey

The Old Bushmills Distillery - Ireland’s Oldest Whiskey Distillery - 1608

Bushmills Tripled Distilled Irish Whiskey

The Old Bushmills Whiskey Distillery is in the northwest of Ireland, in the village of Bushmills, County Antrim, nestled on the bank of the River Bush. The license to distil was granted in 1608 by King James I, with ‘The Old Bushmills Distillery’ officially registered in 1784, with the Pot Still as the registered trade mark. To this day, the Distillery draws its water from Saint Columb’s Rill, a tributary of the River Bush.
Glendalough Distillery - Poteen / Poitin

Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd

Glendalough Whiskey | Ireland's First Craft Distillery

Glendalough Distillery was founded in 2011 in Glendalough, County Wicklow. The distillery is located near the mouth of the Glendalough Valley, in a small church called Saint Kevin's, on the grounds of a 18th century estate known locally as Glendalough House. Glendalough meaning "the valley of the two lakes" is also home to a medieval monastic settlement, Founded by St Kevin in the 6th Century. The distillery not only produces Irish whiskey, Irish malts whiskey and Seasonal Gin but also has a range of Poitins, finished in different casks. The distillery is also Ireland's first craft distillery and is seated in one of the most beautiful valleys in Ireland.
Hinch Distillery

Killaney Estate - Terry Cross

Hinch Distillery is located in Killaney Estate, just outside Ballynahinch in County Down. The Estate and new build Distillery owned by Terry Cross, with Derek Hardy appointed as Managing Director and Michael Morris as International Sales Director. The distillery hopes to open its doors in late 2019 and has three Pot stills, 10,000Lt, 5,500Lt and 2,500Lt with a capacity of over 3 million bottles of Single Malt and Pot still per year. In the interim, the Company will release 5 new whiskies and a gin within summer of 2019, with the whiskey coming from several sources and type of finish, controlled and directed by the distillery.
Hyde Irish Whiskey

Hibernia Distillers – A True Taste of Ireland

Founded in 2014 by brothers Conor and Alan Hyde, Hibernia distillers of Skibbereen, West Cork produce premium Irish whiskey under the Hyde label. With generations of experience in the drinks industry dating back to 1916, the Hyde Brothers produce handcrafted limited edition premium Irish Whiskey in small batches, each double matured in 1st fill Bourbon Oak Barrels and then finishing in either Vintage Oloroso Sherry Casks or Dark Caribbean Rum Casks.
Jameson Irish Whiskey
Midleton Irish Whiskey

Midleton Whiskey - The Old Midleton Distillery

Irish Distillers Midleton Distillery

The Old Midleton Distillery was established in 1825 by three brothers, Daniel, James and Jeremiah Murphy, located near the town of Midleton, County Cork. 1n 1966 the distillery, which was part of the Cork Distilleries company, merged with John Power & Son and John Jameson & Son to form the Irish Distillers. The new Midleton distillery was opened in 1975, right beside the old distillery and with this signalled the end of production at the John Jameson & Son, Bow Street Distillery. Today Midleton distillery is one of the most modern in the world and is home to brands such as, Jameson, Powers, Redbreast, Green spot and Midleton.
Teeling Whiskey

Teeling Irish Whiskey - The Spirit of Dublin Since 1782

The Teeling Whiskey Distillery | Irish Whiskey

The Teeling Whiskey Distillery is the first new distillery in Dublin in over 125 Years but the Teeling Whiskey Company was first founded in 1782 by Walter Teeling, when he opened a Whiskey Distillery in Marrowbone Lane, the Liberties - Dublin. The New Teeling Whiskey Distillery, located also in the Liberties, was purchased by John Teeling in 1985, converted and renewed, the old schnapps distillery open its doors to the public in 2015, with the introduction of three new Copper Pot Stills.
The Dublin Liberties Distillery

Drioglann Na Saoirsi

The site for the Dublin Liberties Distillery was acquired by Quintessential Brands back in March 2016, with the acquisition of the Dublin Whiskey Company. They hope the Liberties Distillery will be open for visitors in the summer of 2018, with Master Distiller Darryl McNally at the helm. The Mill Street building has 300 plus years of distilling history and with some 12 million pound investment should prove to be a success; the distillery has already launched a number of whiskeys, such as The Dubliner, Dead Rabbit and The Dublin Liberties Irish Whiskey.
The Quiet Man Irish Whiskey

The Quiet Man Craft Distillery Company Ltd - Irish Whiskey

The Quiet Man Craft Whiskey

The Quiet Man Irish Whiskey is the first whiskey to be matured and bottled in Derry/Londonderry in over one hundred years. The Quiet Man Craft Distillery will be the first distillery in the maiden city since the closure of the Watts Distillery in 1921 and the first new build in almost 150 years. Located on the historic Ebrington Site in the city centre, the new distillery hopes to be open for distillation and for visitors in 2018 and in advance of that, The Quiet Man Craft Distillery Company with continue to mature, blend and bottle the whiskey at the Niche Drinks site in Derry/Londonderry, under the watchful eye of founder and owner Ciaran Mulgrew.
Echlinville Whiskey Distillery

Irish Whiskey | Gin | Poitin - Shane Braniff

Northern Ireland’s first fully licenced distillery in over 125 years, Echlinville received the licence to distil in 2013, located in near kircubbin in County Down. The Distillery officially opened the doors to the public in 2016 and founder Shane Braniff has gone from strength to strength, producing two pot still single estate gin’s - Jawbox and Echlinville, relaunching Dunville's Whiskey and distilling an Irish Poitin, with plans to add a potato Vodka.
Glendalough Distillery - Whiskey

Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd

Glendalough Whiskey | Ireland's First Craft Distillery

Glendalough Whiskey Distillery was founded in 2011 in Glendalough, County Wicklow. The distillery is located near the mouth of the Glendalough Valley, in a small church called Saint Kevin's, on the grounds of a 18th century estate known locally as Glendalough House. Glendalough meaning "the valley of the two lakes" is also home to a medieval monastic settlement, Founded by St Kevin in the 6th Century. The distillery not only produces Irish whiskey, Irish malts whiskey and Seasonal Gin but also has a range of Poitins, finished in different casks. The distillery is also Ireland's first craft distillery and is seated in one of the most beautiful valleys in Ireland.
Midleton Micro Distillery

Method and Madness Irish Whiskey

(MM) – Irish Distillers

Method and Madness is a new range of Irish Whiskey, introduced by Irish distillers and produced at Midleton's Micro Distillery, County Cork. The Range brings together distillers new and old, creating an Irish whiskey, which reflects the next generation of Irish distillers. Located on a site, adjacent to the old Jameson Plant, the Micro Distillery which forms part of the main Midleton distillery, intends to reinvent whiskey recipes from as far back as the 1800s but add a new modern feel.
Sliabh Liag Irish Whiskey Distillery

Drioglann Shliabh Liag

The Sliabh Liag Distillery intends to be the 1st Irish Whiskey distillery in Donegal, Ireland in over 170 years. The distillery is focused in and around the beautiful Sliabh Liag - Slieve League coastal cliffs. Owners James and Moira Doherty are already distilling, using a Forsyth bespoke gin still to produce the An Dulaman Seaweed Gin and have also released the Silkie Irish Whiskey, produced for them by an independent distiller. With the new distillery, located on a 20 acre site and with full planning in place, the husband and wife team, intend to distil 400,00 litres of triple distilled single malt and pot still whiskies per year, by spring 2019.
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View the facts for the Bushmills 10 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey
Bushmills Whiskey - Single Malt Irish Whiskey - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Bushmills 10 Year Old Single Malt has been tripled distilled from 100% malted barley, matured in two woods, Oloroso sherry and seasoned Bourbon casks for a minimum of 10 years. The single malt is made from three key ingredients, malted barley sourced from Southern Ireland, distillers yeast which comes from Scotland and Bushmills water from St Columb's Rill, tributary of the River Bush.

Nose - "Fresh and zesty. Honey, ripe fruit."
Palate - "Soft. Vanilla, milk chocolate and toasted wood."
Finish - "Crisp and clean, gently drying."
 
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View the facts for the Bushmills 16 Year Old Single Malt
Bushmills Whiskey - Matured in Three Woods - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Bushmills 16 Year Old Single Malt has been matured in three woods, Oloroso sherry and Bourbon casks for a minimum of 16 years and then finished in Port Wine Casks. The handpicked barrels are sourced from three countries, Spain, Portugal and America, each adding something completely different to the Rare Single Malt Irish Whiskey.

Nose - "Big, robust. Treacle toffee and sweet spice."
Palate - "Concentrated, full bodied. Caramelised fruits, toasted nuts."
Finish - "Deep. Jammed berries and dark chocolate."
 
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View the facts for the Bushmills 1608 Sherry Cask
Bushmills Whiskey - 400th Anniversary - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Bushmills 1608 was released in 2008 to celebrate 400 Years of distilling; with the blended whiskey using three types of whiskey; the tripled distilled malted whiskey, in combination with a lighter grain whiskey, as well as malt produced from Crystal Malt and then finally matured in two woods, Oloroso sherry and Bourbon casks.

Nose - "Rich, dense, concentrated and enticing. Raisins, fir honey."
Palate - "Distinctly sweet but balanced. Reveals great depth and weight behind a soft mouth-feel. Touch of vanilla, toasted almonds. Gentle spiciness."
Finish - "Long and lingering on toffee and dark chocolate."
 
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Review the facts for the Bushmills 21 Year Old Rare Malt
Bushmills Whiskey - Madeira Finish - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Bushmills 21 Yr Old Rare Single Malt has been matured in three woods, 19 years in Oloroso sherry and seasoned Bourbon casks and then finished in Madeira Casks for a further 2 years. The handpicked barrels are sourced from three countries, Spain, Portugal and America and made ready for use by Bushmills Distillery Coopers Alastair and Chris Kane.

Nose - "Full and sweet. Soft spice, orange peel."
Palate - "Luxurious satiny sensation, with an elegant sweet and dry interplay."
Finish - "Intense. Liquorice and oak."
 
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Review the facts for the Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey
Bushmills Whiskey - Matured in Sherry Casks - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey is a blend between Bushmills Tripled Distilled Pot still Irish Malt Whiskey aged in Oloroso Sherry Casks and batch distilled Irish Grain Whiskey.

Nose - "Big, full, rich fruitcake aroma. Intense Sherry sweetness, developing into dried fruit / raisin / Christmas cake notes."
Palate - "Soft, silky texture with a nutty character."
Finish - "Lingering sweetness. Remarkable balance between the power from Sherry-seasoned casks and the smoothness of the spirit."
 
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Review the facts for the Bushmills Irish Honey
Bushmills Whiskey - Tripled Distilled - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
35% - 70cl
Bushmills Irish Honey is a blend between Bushmills Tripled Distilled Pot still Irish Malt Whiskey, a lighter Column Still Irish Grain Whiskey and Irish Honey. In reality the honeyed whiskey is a blend between the Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey and infused Irish Honey sourced locally.

Nose - "Sweet with a forefront of honeyed pears and apple, with underlying grain whiskey."
Palate - "Soft and light with even more fruit and honey."
Finish - "Malted whiskey with spice and strong lasting pear and apple fruit."
 
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Review the facts for the Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey
Bushmills Whiskey - Tripled Distilled - Original Grant to Distil 1608
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey is a blend between Bushmills Tripled Distilled Pot still Irish Malt Whiskey and lighter Column Still Irish Grain Whiskey. The spirit is aged in Handpicked Ex-Bourbon Barrels and Flame Charred by Cooper Alastair and Chris Kane, four generations of coopers connected directly to the Old Bushmills Distillery Cooperage, dating back to 1935.

Nose - "Light fruity and spicy aroma. Vanilla note, developing into vanilla ice cream and crème brulée."
Palate - "Gently warming, mouth-coating texture. A touch of honey sweetness."
Finish - "Crisp, fresh finish, with a touch of spice."
 
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Original Grant to Distil 1608 - World's Oldest Whiskey
Ireland | County Antrim | Bushmills
40% - 70cl
Released in early November 2017, the new Bushmills Red Bush has been distilled with a higher grain content than normal. The non-age statement Irish Blended whiskey has been matured in 1st fill Bourbon Casks and watched over by master distiller Colum Egan, with the final touches carried out by Bushmills Distillery Blender, Helen Mulholland.

Nose - "Lighter amber in colour with distinct floral notes, accompanied with green apple and hints of melon."
Palate - "Opening with dried fruits, fresh honeyed vanilla oak and touches of nutmeg."
Finish - "Long and dry with lashings fruit and oak."
 
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Review the Dunville's Three Crowns Peated Irish Whiskey
The Echlinville Distillery
Ireland | County Down | Newtownards
43.5% - 70cl
The estate distillery has released the New 3 Crowns Peated Blend to the local market, Ireland's first vintage peated blend. A combination of single grain whiskey, 10 year old single malt and 15 year old single malt finished in Oloroso Sherry Casks, finally matured and finished in peated bourbon barrel, right here in County Down, Northern Ireland.
 
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View the Facts for the Dunville's PX 10 Year Old Irish Whiskey
The Echlinville Distillery
Ireland | County Down | Newtownards
46% - 70cl
The original Dunville & Co Distillery closed its doors in 1936 and was situated in the outskirts of Belfast and was revived nearly 80 years later by Shane Braniff. Relaunched in February 2015 by the County Down Distillery, the Ex-Pedro Ximenez Sherry Cask Irish Single Malt Whiskey has been aged in barrel and cask for 10 years. Fresh green apples, with green grass and tropical chews.
 
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View the facts for the Dunville's Three Crowns Blended Irish Whiskey
The Echlinville Distillery
Ireland | County Down | Newtownards
43.5% - 70cl
The Three Crowns is a blend of single grain whiskey, 10-year-old single malt and Oloroso Sherry Finished 15-year-old single malt Irish whiskey. Launched in 2016, it is the second in the range to be revisited by the Ards Peninsula Distillery and intents to bring out the Three Crowns Peated in a few months. Sweet and smooth with caramel and butterscotch overtones.
 
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Single Malt Irish Whiskey - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
46% - 70cl
Nose - "The nose is deep butterscotch, honeycomb and rich lemon meringue balanced with citrus fruits and just a hint of a clove spice."
Palate - "Jumps to the front with an intense vanilla fudge luxurious sweetness and almost rock candy mixed with touches of fruit – lemon citrus, peach and dried apricot. This is followed by deep spices; red peppercorn and light cloves. A truly velvety mouth feel that just hovers on the palate."
Finish - "The spice is left lingering with under-layers of robust malt characteristics and deep oak notes. And again vanilla fudge reoccurs with a finish that lasts an eternity."
 
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Single Malt Irish Whiskey - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
46% - 70cl
Nose - "Rich and sweet, a premium single malt Irish whiskey with a touch of cinnamon and more than a hint of citrus fruits - orange zest and lemon infused with vanilla ice cream. Touches of fresh floral notes like meadow flowers."
Palate - "A silky velvety smooth palate with the returning orange zest tones to the fore, with rich creme brulee and dark chocolate notes and just enough cinnamon and white pepper spice to keep it interesting, followed by the beautiful robust malt and oak influenced flavours, almost butterscotch, which mix wonderfully as the warmth expands through."
Finish - "The finish is luxurious and lingering, the spicy, sweet notes elegantly marry on the finish and stay an eternity. Everything you’d expect from the perfect sipping whiskey."
 
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View the facts for the Glendalough Double Barrel Single Grain
Double Barrel Irish Whiskey - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
42% - 70cl
Nose - "Slight but undoubtedly rich with dark fruit – cherry, raisin, fig (with Christmas pudding notes on the nose for those lucky enough to know what that is) along with floral lemongrass and a touch of nutmeg."
Palate - "Sweet and creamy on the palate to the front, with butterscotch, honey and peppercorn bring along the sweet Bourbon Cask notes, after which dried fruit returning maraschino cherries and a pinch of brown sugar."
Finish - "Lingering notes of ginger spices with a faint glimmer of almond to end a complex Irish whiskey from start to finish."
 
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Single Malt Irish Whiskey - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
46% - 70cl
Nose - "Sweet honeycomb, vanilla, apricot, and citrus."
Palate - "Velvety smooth with vanilla, fudge, rock candy, peach and marmalade followed by coconut, cinnamon and cloves."
Finish - "Long and spicy with biscuity mal ts, vanilla, oak and dark chocolate."
 
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Glendalough Mountain Strength Poitin
Potcheen - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
60% - 70cl
Nose - "The nose is now spicier, with the higher alcohol. Oak, berried fruit, gooseberries still there along with lime zest notes."
Palate - "The taste is smooth despite its strength. The traces of cracked black pepper, dried fruits, oaky vanilla and barley sugars stay true."
Finish - "The finish holds its complexity and lingers. It’s warmer this time, and soothing. That spicy tail is more intense with the Mountain Strength leaving you something to think about."
 
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Black Pitts Single Malt - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
46% - 70cl
Nose - "Sweet with toffee apples, chocolate and vanilla ice cream."
Palate - "Smooth and warm with dark chocolate orange, cocoa, toffee and cooked fruit, followed by clove and peppery spices."
Finish - "Long and spicy with toasted oak, treacle and sweet coffee notes."
 
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Facts for the 70cl Glendalough Premium Irish Poitin
Potcheen - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
40% - 70cl
Nose - "The nose is slight in nature with a faint Riesling fragrance. Oak, berried fruit, gooseberries and blackcurrants are in there. A good, heady aroma."
Palate - "The taste is mellow in the mouth with traces of lychees. Hints of cracked black pepper, dried fruits and touches of vanilla and toasted oak are there. A very full flavoured poitín that goes down nicely."
​Finish - "The finish has good length, it stays and warms with a sweet and slightly salty, yet spicy tail of dried fruit and berry notes."
 
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Facts for the 70cl Glendalough Sherry Finish Poitin
Potcheen - Glendalough Irish Whiskey Ltd
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
40% - 70cl
Nose - "The nose this time, is a little sweeter and fruitier. A blueberry wine sweetness, and a faint zest of orange peel."
Palate - "The taste is thicker and hangs on the middle of the tongue, with a touch of dried apricots. The cracked pepper, vanilla and toasty oak come through."
​Finish - "The finish lingers a little longer, with less of that saltiness. Warming finish with more vanilla oils and berry fruit."
 
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American Oak Aged | French Oak Finished
Ireland | County Wicklow | Glendalough
42% - 70cl
Nose - "Floral with vanilla, honey and orchard fruits."
Palate - "Butterscotch, toffee, stewed apples and pears, cinnamon and honey."
Finish - "Green apple skins and woody spices."
 
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