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  1. Barr an Uisce Wicklow Rare Small Batch Blended Irish Whiskey, Ireland

    Barr an Uisce Wicklow Rare Small Batch Blended Irish Whiskey, Ireland

    Blend - 80% Grain / 20% Ten-year-old malt. Matured in first fill Bourbon barrels for 4 years, finished in Oloroso casks for 6 months. Pale gold in color. Aromas of vanilla, honey and baked fruits (confit). Very smooth entry and then expansive with a mouth coating, oily texture. Mid palate shows a nuttiness and warmth with hints of raisin and plum. Long, clean finish with subtle marmalade notes and caramel. -producer Learn More
    $49.98
  2. Jameson Caskmates Blended Irish Whiskey

    Jameson Caskmates Blended Irish Whiskey

    Beer lovers will enjoy this Irish whiskey aged in craft beer barrels. It appears burnished gold and smells oaky and grainy. The flavor evokes a pleasing combination of beer and whiskey, accented with hops, bitter chocolate and a clove-spiced finish. It even feels slightly fizzy, like the carbonation of beer. Top 100 2016 Learn More
    $28.98
  3. Paddy Blended Irish Whiskey, County Cork

    Paddy Blended Irish Whiskey, County Cork

    First distilled in 1779, Paddy whiskey originally sold under the unlikely name “Cork Distilleries Company Old Irish Whiskey” until a young salesman by the name of Paddy Flaherty joined the company in 1882. Paddy was a larger than life character who became famous for his then daring innovation of sampling his potential customers, by buying a round of his whiskey in each pub he visited. Over time, Paddy became synonymous with the whiskey and publicans began writing to the distillery asking for another case of “Paddy’s whiskey.” The “Paddy Whiskey” name stuck and in 1912 the distillery owners bowed to public pressure and officially changed the name to “Paddy Irish Whiskey.” Distilled three times from the finest quality barley and water from the East Cork countryside, Paddy is matured for up to seven years in dark aromatic warehouses. Paddy is an exceptionally mellow whiskey, distinguished by the generous proportion of single malt in its blend. Its relatively low pot-still content and high proportion of malt whiskey ensure Paddy is... “one of the softest of all Ireland’s whiskeys” – Jim Murray, International Whiskey Connoisseur Learn More
    $27.98
  4. Powers Gold Label Hand Crafted Triple Distilled Irish Whiskey, County Cork, Ireland
  5. Powers John Lane Release 12 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
  6. Powers Signature Release Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, Ireland
  7. Redbreast 'Lustau Edition' Sherry Finish Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, County Cork

    Redbreast 'Lustau Edition' Sherry Finish Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, County Cork

    The new Redbreast is a permanent addition to its range of Single Pot Still Irish Whiskeys. Initially aged for nine to twelve years in a combination of former Bourbon barrels and barrels which previously held Oloroso Sherry, Redbreast Lustau Edition spends an additional year in Spanish oak barrels seasoned with Lustau Oloroso. This further step provides a unique personality, marked by notes of red fruit, prunes, marzipan, a creamy mouthfeel and a long, sweet finish. Redbreast Lustau Edition is the result of a long-standing partnership between Lustau Bodegas and Irish Distillers, a Pernod Ricard Group company and the world’s leading Irish Whiskey producer. The new whiskey is the result of several years’ work by Billy Leighton, Master Blender at Irish Distillers, and the recently deceased Manuel Lozano, the winemaker who earned Lustau its international prestige in the last two decades. The sherry sculpts the whiskey, giving it definition and producing a clean, refined elegance. The nose is intensely fragrant, bursting with fat dates and squidgy prunes, red apple and Battenburg cake. It’s fruity, yet delectably bone dry with oak, walnut, and spices. In the mouth, there are red berry fruits, apples, and marzipan, and the whiskey delivers a creamy yet oily consistency with a clean, sweet oloroso finish. —Jonny McCormick Whiskey Advocate Irish Whiskey of the Year 2016 Learn More
    $64.98
  8. Redbreast 12 Years Irish Whiskey Single Pot Still

    Redbreast 12 Years Irish Whiskey Single Pot Still

    From county Cork comes this bartender favorite. Look for a vibrant golden color and enticing honeysuckle and buttery brioche aroma. This whiskey feels soft and sets the mouth watering with lightly smoky notes tapering off to jazzy layers of honey, dried fruit, cinnamon and ginger. Learn More
    $50.98
  9. Redbreast 15yr Single Pot Irish Whiskey

    Redbreast 15yr Single Pot Irish Whiskey

    Redbreast 12 year old is a classic pure pot still Irish whiskey; where can you go from there? This new 15 year old expression is more muscular (bottling at 46% and not chill filtering certainly helps), but there are trade-offs. It’s a bit closed on the nose (like a great Bordeaux wine that’s too young). I do enjoy the silky/oily texture, the bold resinous oak spice grip on the finish, and the rich nutty toffee, fig, black raspberry, chocolaty, chewy nougat throughout the palate. Still, it’s not as eminently drinkable, refined, or balanced as the 12 year old. Learn More
    $82.98
  10. Slane Irish Whiskey

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