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 — Redbreast
Redbreast 12 years old 40%
Unique among Irish whiskeys Redbreast is a 'Single' unblended, pure pot still Irish whiskey which has been triple distilled and matured in oak casks for not less than twelve years. This uncompromising dedication to authenticity and quality gives Redbreast a traditional smooth mellow character and a taste which is full flavoured and assertive but...
Redbreast 15 years old 46%
Redbreast is the flagship whisky of Ireland's most famous distillery, Midleton, the home of Jameson. Redbreast 15's nose starts with berry fruits and aromatic oils. The palate carries through fruit notes of fleshy fruit with warming spices and wood into a long finish. Consistently one of the best single pot still Irish whiskey's produced.
Redbreast 21 years old 46%
This 21 years old whiskey from Redbreast is bottled at 46% and has been matured in Oak casks. The nose starts with tropical fruits and moves into notes of nuts and dried fruits. These notes carry though the palate and are joined by notes of vanilla, toasted oak and gentle spices to give a creamy mouthfeel. The finish is long with notes of oak an...