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.
The Dubliner Liberties 'Oak Devil' 46%
The name of this Irish whiskey is inspired by the Liberties area of Dublin, a part of the city known as Hell during the 18th century. The whiskey itself is rich and malty with notes of sultana and white chocolate.There is also hints of soft oaky notes coming through on the palate, leading to a smooth finish with a lingering peppery spiciness.
Yellow Spot Irish Whiskey 40%
Distilled and matured for 12 years at the Midleton distillery in County Cork, Yellow Spot gets its name from the casks that are marked with a daub of yellow paint by the bottlers of this whisky, Mitchell & Son. The Yellow Spot is richer than Green Spot, offering up grassy, peppery and spicy notes with a classic backbone of Irish sweetness an...
Dingle Single Malt Whiskey Batch 4 46.5%
For the first time in New Zealand, we are delighted to finally have the the Dingle distillery single malt whiskey on our shelves. Situated in the southwest of Ireland, Dingle was established in 2012 at the forefront of the new wave of Irish distilling and has become a highly sought-after whiskey since its first release. Selected from a small bat...
Dingle Vodka 40%
Made from grain spirit that has been distilled for a 5th time in their copper pot still, this is a clean yet characterful vodka that carries a touch of sweetness and a creamy, soft mouthfeel. Beautifully presented for strong shelf presence.
Dingle Gin 42.5%
Distilled in a hand-beaten copper pot still, this vapour-infused gin has nine locally grown botanicals such as roawn berry, bog myrtle and heather alongside the classic juniper and angelica. Enjoyed as a martini or straight, the classic Dingle G&T serve is with a wedge of orange and a sprinkle of juniper berries.
Teeling Pot Still 46%
This is the first release from Teeling's new distillery in Dublin. The Single Pot Still is made from 50% unmalted spring barley and 50% malted barley which is then triple distilled and matured in a combination of virgin oak, ex-wine and ex-bourbon barrels. The nose has notes of hibiscus flowers, honeycomb, white grapes and uplifting grapefruit a...
Writer's Tears Cask Strength 2019 53%
This new small batch edition of Writer's Tears is a unique vatting of triple distilled aged single pot still and single malt Irish whiskey. Matured in lightly charred American oak Bourbon barrels before being bottled at 53%. Notes of cracked black pepper and a delicate spice balance out hints of roasted walnuts sprinkled over honeyed oats. Sugar...