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The vast majority of Irish Whiskey is distilled three times compared to the standard double-distillation method that the majority of Scottish distilleries employ.
In addition to this, traditionally Irish Whiskey is completely unpeated, therefore it tends to be smooth and sweet. It cannot really be compared in style to whiskies hailing from the Scottish regions of Islay, Campbeltown and the Islands however it is generally quite similar to Highland, Lowland and Speyside whiskies.
The Irish whisky industry has been enjoying a boom period from 1990 through to the present day with the resulting expansion of the existing distilleries and the establishment of a few new distilleries on the island in recent years taking their total to seven.
Irish Whiskey - 70cl / 46%
Recently awarded the title of World’s Best Irish Single Malt, this is a whiskey to be enjoyed with friends. The Teeling 24 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey was first distilled in 1991 and matured in Bourbon casks then allowed to marry in Sauterne wine casks producing a wholly unique taste exper…
Irish Whiskey - 70cl / 40%
Uisce Beatha is a blend of Irish single malt and grain whiskeys. Matured for at least four years in ex-bourbon American oak casks, it has a soft, subtle and delicately sweet flavour with a long malty finish.
Blended - 70cl / 40%
Forgive us for the terrible patter but it has to be said...this is a feckin good whiskey! Unpeated, smooth and gentle with sweet malty tones. We recommed this both straight and mixed.