Irish Whiskey

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As the master blender’s special selection of very old Jameson Irish Whiskey, this bottling represents. Rich honey color, tropical fruit scent with a touch of thick caramel. The flavors are bright and vibrant ...
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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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Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard has unveiled the first ever Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey to be finished in Bordeaux wine casks, Green Spot Château Léoville Barton. The new release adds an ...
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A limited release, only 50 casks of Midleton are released every year, it really is very rare! Every whisky in the blend is triple distilled and between 12 and 25 years of age. Midleton Very Rare Tasting ...
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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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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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Distilled in County Louth, Ireland, using the traditional single copper pot still method, it’s named after a feared streetfighter and member of the notorious Dead Rabbits gang that roamed the Five ...
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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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A sumptuous single pot still whiskey with a great degree of ageing, Redbreast 15 is richer, earthier and stronger than its 12 year old sibling. An essential part of any whiskey-drinker’s education.
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A rich, bittersweet plummy, red berry, oaky-spiced delight, the increased strength gives an already great whiskey a richer, fuller, fruitier dimension, and makes an already complex whiskey…even more ...
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Like many Irish whiskeys Jameson is triple distilled, compared to the typical 2x distilled of Scotland and America, which removes more “impurities” and gives it more of a light clean flavor. ...
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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: Lovers of Clontarf Irish Whiskey are drawn to its complex aromas and full flavors. A combination of barley, maize and pure spring water, this Irish whiskey is distilled three times in copper stills ...
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Knappogue Castle Twin Wood , bottled in 2010, is a 16-year-old Irish whiskey with a slight amber tinge to its golden hue, and a much more prominent taste. Triple distilled, Knappogue Castle’s characteristically ...
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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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