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Notes: Hell Cat Maggie Irish Whiskey is distilled in Ireland and shipped to the United States for distribution. It is named after Hell Cat Maggie, a well-known criminal in Manhattan during the 1840s. This ...
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Jameson Irish Whiskey is triple distilled to deliver twice the smoothness. But there is a little more to this precise craft, it’s also about getting the perfect balance right. Balance the sweet, nutty flavour ...
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Donegal Estates Irish Whiskey is rich in the history of place. Irish tradition, quality and integrity inform this blended whiskey that is matured four years in bourbon barrels. The resulting liquid is well-balanced ...
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Aged in American oak before being finished in Port wood, this Tyrconnell offers a great balance, with lots of jammy thickness. The nose is fruity and thick with notes of roots, tropical fruits, mixed conserves ...
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A complex spicy and fruity aroma with toasted wood notes evident.Full flavoured and complex; a harmonious balance of spicy, creamy, fruity, sherry and toasted notes.Satisfyingly long, the complex flavours ...
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Notes: Donegal Estates Irish Whiskey is relatively new to the market but not without its charms. It offers a superior, smooth taste with a blend of whiskey. Aged for four years in charred oak bourbon barrels, ...
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Powers whiskey is named for James Power, who founded his distillery in 1791 and whose son (John) followed in his footsteps. Powers Signature Release Irish Whiskey was first launched in September, 2013. ...
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Two heads are said to be better than one, and this whiskey adds serious weight to that argument. Emerging from a conversation between our head distiller and the head brewer of Cork’s Franciscan Well ...
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Notes: Paddy Irish Whiskey is a soft, mellow, medium-bodied variety produced in a single pot still and is triple distilled. The aromas are oily, fresh and fruity with some grain and floral notes. The flavor ...
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The Dubliner Irish Whiskey has released a Limited Edition 10 Year Old Single Malt Whiskey, distilled in copper pot stills and 100% matured in oak casks that previously held Kentucky Bourbon. A refined and ...
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Fresh aromatic oils and spices with orchard fruits and barley on a background of toasted wood.Full spicy body. A hint of cloves along with the fruity sweetness of green apples, rounded off with toasted ...
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The Number One selling Irish whiskey in Ireland, Powers Irish Whiskey has become a sthe father of all Irish Whiskeysa t through a tradition based on over 200 years of distilling whiskey. Powers is distinctive ...
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Jameson 18 year Old Limited Reserve is the Master Blender’s hand-picked selection of very old Jameson Irish Whiskey, aged in oak casks for at least 18 years. First introduced in 2002, Jameson 18 Year Old ...
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Irish Whiskey is different from Scotch Whisky because it does not contain malted peat. This particular feature makes its taste absolutely unique. It is originally distilled three times from fermented grains ...
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This Irishman Single Malt is one of only a handful of Irish triple distilled single malts on the market. This is a classic Irish Malt, triple distilled and aged in Oak Bourbon and Oloroso Sherry Casks to ...
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Much like Scotch, Irish whiskey has some regulations about production, but the requirements are less stringent than its neighbor. To create the distinct flavor profile of Irish whiskey, the spirit is distilled three times and aged in wooden casks for a minimum of three years. The distillation process is meant to show the flavor of the grains used in the mash.

Ireland's whiskey exports have fluctuated in the past, leaving only several distilleries scattered throughout the country. As the spirit is back on the rise, new distilleries are popping up and are currently putting their batches through the aging process before they are ready for bottling, distribution and sale.

When you order and buy Irish whiskey, we encourage you to try the many types, including single pot still, single malt, single grain and blended. Buy Jameson Irish whiskey online at Wine Chateau along with the country's other popular brands.

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