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.
Tullamore Dew 1L
Volume: 1 Litre
The legendary story behind Tullamore Dew first began far back in the mists of time before the 10th century when the Irish originated the magic of 'Uisce Beatha' or whiskey. Golden Irish barley and pure crystal clear water are at the heart of the legend. Following triple distillation the legend grows with the slow maturation for many years in oak...
Writer's Tears Irish Whiskey 40%
Writer's Tears is a unique vatting of single pot still and single malt irish whiskey, all of which was triple distilled. The tasting notes describe hints of apple, vanilla and honey with gentle spices and toasted oak flavours. A rather smart new arrival all the way from one of Ireland's award winning producers.
Writer's Tears Redhead 46%
The rather cheekily named 'Red Head' from Writer's Tears is a triple distilled Irish whiskey that has been matured in a selection of Oloroso sherry butts, giving the whisky a distinctive hue and richer and more full-bodied flavour.