Irish Whiskey

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The Knappogue Castle 14 Year Twin Wood pours a straw-hued gold in the glass, and has aromas of vanilla, coconut and barley. Drink up and you’ll find lots of fruit — green apples, pears and citrus ...
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Deep golden red.Old Irish whiskey with honey and complex spice notes. Some fruity nuances and just a trace of vanilla.Warming whiskey with honey, beautifully counter-balanced by darker spicy notes and a ...
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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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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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Kinahan’s Blended Irish Whiskey is carefully matured in the finest oak casks for a minimum of six years. The matured whiskey is skillfully blended to deliver the smooth taste profile that is unique to a ...
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94 Points Whisky Advocate: Wow! Could this be the greatest comeback since Rocky climbed back in the ring and showed the young upstarts who was the boss? It’s taken Irish Distillers a long time to respond ...
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A rich, dark, Irish blend, Black Bush contains a high proportion of triple-distilled single malt, aged in Oloroso sherry casks for around 8-10 years before marriage with the grain. Picked up the top prize ...
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Connemara retains the traditional smoothness and sweetness associated with Irish whiskey yet it combines these with the additional complexity of peat flavours creating a truly unique Irish whiskey.
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The whiskey has been matured in ex-bourbon barrels hand-picked by the family themselves, to deliver a unique taste. The golden amber glow and nose of sweet, oaky vanilla, sets you up for a delicious mouthful ...
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Founded in 1779 on the famous Trinity Street in Dublin, Kinahan’s Irish Whiskey soon attracted the attention of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, so much so that the Lord Lieutenant ordered several ...
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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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Traditional Irish Whiskey Triple distilled in traditional Irish whiskey pot stills and matured in oak barrels. Perfect balance of spice and oak with sweet vanilla for a mellow, warm finish. Light and floral ...
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The Cooper’s Croze is a whiskey created by our Head Cooper, Ger Buckley, showcasing the diversity of barrels at our Midleton distillery and the profound influence that wood yields. With knowledge ...
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Guaranteed 10 years in first-fill bourbon barrels. 46% ABV Lustrous, warm, mid-gold color. Aromas of vanilla, white chocolate and caramel (creme brulée) on the palate. Spicy entry and then a broad, ...
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The newest addition to the Irish whiskey scene, this dram comes from the north of Ireland under the direction Ciaran Mulgrew and blender Billy Mitchell. Pale gold with aromas of fresh oak, cedar, stone ...
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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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