In the world of Irish Whiskey, the Single Malt is a prestigious title, with whiskies here tending to be minimum 10 years of aging in the barrel. All have their own unique distillation process but all follow the same blueprint to garner the title Single Malt.
Bushmills tends to be the benchmark, given they have been making whiskey for 400 years!
After over 400 years of whiskey making in Bushmills in county Antrim, this single malt could be seen as the benchmark for others. Matured in American bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks for at least 10 years.
Bushmills 16 Year Old is aged for 16 years in Olorosso Sherry and Bourbon casks before being transferred to Port Wine barrels for several months. The result is a rich fruitiness and malted nuttiness triple wood single malt.
Rare Bushmills Single Malt Whiskey at least 21 years in the making. Triple distilled, matured in Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon-seasoned casks for 19 years and then combined to finalise maturation in Madeira wooden casks for 2 years. As a result this old whiskey has complex flavours and aromas. Each bottle is individually numbered.
A gently peated single malt Irish whiskey from the Kilbeggan distilling company. Connemara’s smooth sweet malt taste and complex peat flavours makes it a truly unique whiskey. Connemara is a highly decorated Irish whiskey with a huge collection of Gold Medals and has been honoured as the “Worlds Best Irish Single Malt”. Connemara allows you to unearth the...
For a limited time only, when you purchase a bottle of Dingle Batch No 3, you will receive the specially commissioned collectors booklet!
This summer 2018 very limited release is created by the marriage of of meticulously selected casks of Bourbon and Port. It creates a small piece of history. It's unique and rare. A burst of blue/black fruits on the...
From the recently reborn Dunville's brand of Irish whiskeys, presented by the Echlinville distillery in Northern Ireland, hails a 10 year old single malt Irish whiskey which has been finished in Pedro Ximénez casks. With a complexity seldom found in such a delicate single malt, this expression is worthy of it’s royal ancestral past, this legendary whiskey...
The first and only Irish whiskey to have been finished in Japanese mizunara oak casks. First aged in bourbon barrels, this single malt was then transferred to virgin mizunara barrels created by hand at Japan's only independent cooperage. These lightly charred barrels have added vanilla, sandalwood and a touch of coconut to the whisky, while also...
Glendalough have very deliberately chosen a period of seven years to age this whisky: seven is not only the number of year that St Kevin spent in the wild, but also a nod to the 'City of Seven Churches' he built at Glendalough. The whiskey inside the bottle graced by St Kevin's image is a floral, fruity whiskey with cinnamon and white pepper highlights.
The Teeling 26 Year Old Gold Reserve is a double distilled Irish Single Malt made in 1987. It spent all of its life sitting in ex-bourbon casks before being allowed to marry in white Burgundy wine casks to provide a truly unique taste. Released in 2014, there are not many bottles from the 1000 that were released left on the market.
Teeling Single Malt is made with malt whiskeys of varying age and barrel. Some of the single malt in here is 21 years old which is pretty impressive for a no age statement bottling. Its bursting with flavours and aromas. It has been finished in five different ex wine barrels; Port, Sherry, Madeira, White Burgundy and Cabernet Sauvignon. Bottled at 46%...
Consists of 15 Year Old Single Malt Irish whiskey initially matured in Bourbon barrels for the first 14 Years before it was given an extra year of maturation in ex-Muscat casks. Bottled at 46% with no chill filtration creates a truly unique Irish whiskey taste experience. The fourth limited edition bottling in The Revival Commemorative Series.
Volume V of Teeling's Revival series is a 12 year old single malt Irish whiskey initially aged in ex-Bourbon barrels. It has been finished in Cognac and brandy barrels to give it an intensely fruity and refreshing taste, it's then bottled at 46% ABV. A limited release of 15,000 bottles was launched in 2018.
Matured in a pair of ex American oak bourbon barrels and bottled by Teeling after a whopping 33 years, this limited release of just 275 bottles sure is impressive. It is currently the oldest Irish single malt available and comes in an impressive wooden collectors box with a specially commissioned booklet.
The Irishman Single Malt is one of only a handful of Irish triple distilled single malts on the market. This is a classic Irish Malt, triple distilled and aged in Oak Bourbon and Olorosso Sherry Casks to give exceptional flavor and complexity. Each batch is limited to a maximum of 6,000 bottles. The Irishman Single Malt boasts an impressive medal haul...
The Sexton is a triple distilled single malt whiskey, that has been aged in former oloroso sherry casks. Produced in the north of Ireland and made from 100% malted barely, The Sexton is a great balance of rich, dried fruits and subtle oak notes. There is no age statement but rumored to be 4 to 5 years old, it's distilled in copper pots and bottled at 40%.
This triple-distilled single malt has been aged for 14 years in ex Bourbon barrels. It is characterized by its unique four cask finishing recipe where the whiskey spends a minimum of 6 months in ex Oloroso Sherry, Port and Madeira casks. The result is an intensely smooth rich Irish whiskey.
This Single Malt has been aged for up to 18 years in ex Bourbon casks. It is then finished for 6 months in a mixture of Bourbon, Oloroso Sherry, Port and Madeira casks. This unique four cask finish gives this whiskey a complex flavor profile. This is a rare whiskey from Tullamore Dew with only 2500 bottles produced.
The Tyrconnell is a double distilled, single malt, matured in ex bourbon casks. Made from 100% malted barley in traditional copper pot stills. The brand is produced by the Cooley Distillery but was originally made by the Watt distillery. The whiskey was made to celebrate a historic occasion in 1876 when a racehorse called "Tyrconnell" with odds of 100 to...
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