We’ve taken the the work out of picking the best whiskey to celebrate with. 

If you are any sort of whiskey drinker, you’ll probably be gearing up to celebrate March 17th (AKA St. Paddy’s Day) with a glass of some Irish Whiskey. You might be inclined to drop by your nearest shop and grab any old bottle off the shelf, but we know you can do better than that! There is an expansive variety of single malts, blends, and grain whiskeys emerging from Emerald Isle. As such, keep scrolling to see what whiskeys the industry experts at Irishmalts would recommend that you crack open. 

Dingle Single Malt Core Release

A Zesty Spin On Irish Whiskey

Dingle Distillery’s hugely anticipated Core Single Malt drop was a smash hit upon it’s release out into the Irish Whiskey market

This Core Single Malt release was years in the making and is comprised of malt whiskey that has been matured in ex-Bourbon, and PX sherry casks. 39% Bourbon, 61% PX Sherry. 

Bottled at 46.3% and non-chill filtered, this is a very interesting whiskey in which the component casks come to the fore at different stages. At the humble price of 55.00 euro RRP, this whiskey is high-end, without breaking the bank. If you enjoy a bit of zest, expertly layered on top of vanilla!

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Teeling Blackpitts Peated Single Malt

An Approachable Crowd Pleaser

Teeling Distillery is a rising star in the Irish Whiskey industry. Teeling’s whiskey is not only wallet friendly, but it is also some of the better whiskey on the market.

Teeling Blackpitts is the first peated single malt to have been distilled in Dublin and is the first peated whiskey to be launched by Teeling Distillery.

This whisky has been triple distilled from malted barley and dried over peat fires. Matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-sauternes French wine casks. This result in a fascinating blend of applewood smoke, honey and all spice, all married with stewed pears and fresh grilled pineapple.

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Redbreast 12 Year Old Single Pot Still

A Timeless Classic

Redbreast 12 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is the ideal Paddy’s Day whiskey. Redbreast is well known among whiskey fans for it’s consistent high quality and beautiful bottles.

Redbreast 12 Year Old is a pure pot still Irish Whiskey aged for a minimum of 12 years. A balance of strong flavors and substantial character. It is no wonder that it is one of the preferred Irish whiskies worldwide winning many awards.

Some awards that this whiskey has won includes Gold-Irish Whiskey Masters 2016 and Gold-San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2016 to name just a few. We can’t think of a reason not to try this drink!

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Drumshanbo Single Pot Still

A Traditional Irish Whiskey

If you want to score points with your whiskey obsessed friends, grab yourself a bottle of Drumshanbo’s Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey.

Triple Distilled at The Shed Distillery of PJ Rigney, Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim. This single batch whiskey has stayed true to Irish whiskey making traditions.

Distilled with Malted Irish Barley, Un-malted Irish Barley & Irish Barra Oats. Un-malted barley imparts a silky mouthfeel when combined with Barra Oats creates an intriguing creaminess & spiciness to the finish that truly sets this Irish whiskey apart.

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May Lóag Triple Cask Malt

An Unforgettable Bottle

The entire team at Irishmalts is obsessed with the look and feel of this bottle. That said, the liquid inside it is just as unique.

Triple distilled Single Malt, matured in the stunning trifecta of Bourbon, Sherry and Red Wine Casks, May-Lóag’s signature Malt. Rich, deep berry fruits and red apples run through this signature Malt Whiskey.

This St. Patrick’s day, be the one that proudly stands out from the crowd! You can expect this whiskey to taste of deep berry fruits and red apples. On the finish, notes of dried fruits and berries continue, red wine and sherry spice soon comes to the fore.

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