This selection of Irish whiskeys celebrates Ireland's past and future of distilling. With classics such as Jameson 18 years old and new releases from Midleton distillery, Method and Madness, which has unique releases such as the Single Grain and French Limousin Oak casks. Below is our selection of whiskey that represents the lighter, sweeter and softer style that Irish whiskey is so well known for.
Irish Whiskey — Dunville's
Dunville's 'PX' 10 years old 46%
Dunville was once one of Ireland's most famous whiskey brands that had all but vanished in history, until the founders of the new Echlinville Distillery brought the brand back to life. This is the first new release under the name in almost 80 years, and it is a classic Irish single malt - sweet, custardy and vanilla'd with a gentle fruityness th...
Dunville's 'Three Crowns' 43.5%
The Dunville's brand has been brought back to life by the founders of one of Ireland's newest distilleries, Echlinville. This is a blend of 4 year old single grain, 10 year old single malt and 15 year old single malt whiskies all of which come together to create a characterful whiskey. Smooth and sweet to start, it has notes of toffee, caramel a...
Dunville's 'Three Crowns' Peated 43.5%
One of the very few examples of peated Irish whiskey, this new release from the Dunville's brand offers the softest note of peat smoke to join the fragrant citrus and fruity flavours. The nose is light and mild, with a trace of dried apricot, stewed pears and a soft earthy scent. On the palate, stewed fruit comes through again, with a background...