Irish whiskey is currently undergoing a huge renaissance, with new distilleries being built all around Ireland and Northern Ireland. While these new distilleries are a few years out from releasing whisky, the biggest and oldest distilleries and brands remain the most widely available.
Overall Irish whiskey tends towards a lighter, sweeter style, with only one distillery of note producing a peated spirit. In our range you will find blended, pot-still and single malt Irish whiskey's, many of which carry the signature soft fruit (pears, peaches) and sweet notes Ireland's whiskey is famous 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...
Glendalough Double Barrel 42%
The Glendalough Double Barrel Single Grain Irish Whiskey has been matured in 1st fill American oak barrels before a finishing period in Ex Olorosso Sherry casks giving it all the softness and sweetness typical of Irish whiskey, complimented by rich characteristics such as caramel and dried fruit.