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 — Glendalough
Glendalough 13 years old Mizunara Wood Finish 46%
First aged in former Bourbon Barrels, this 13 year old Glendalough Irish malt whiskey has spent the last part of maturation in virgin Mizunara Japanese oak casks which have been lightly charred helping provide flavours of creamy vanilla, rich toffee, dried fruits and sweet spices.
Glendalough 7 years old 46%
The Glendalough 7 year old single malt Irish whiskey has spent its life maturing in former American oak Bourbon barrels, before a finishing period in 'Black Pitts Porter' barrels from the Five Lamps Brewery in Dublin. This helps contribute new depths of flavour including coffee, dark chocolate and malty notes to go along with the signiture vanil...