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Irish Blended Whiskey

Irish Blended Whiskeys offer tremendous value for money, and are amongst the country's most popular exports. Brands such as Bushmills and Jameson can be found across the world. Blended whiskeys in Ireland can be made by blending malt whiskey and grain whiskey (similar to Scotch whisky blends), but also by blending single pot still Irish whiskey with either of the other two styles, or any possible combination of the three!

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Tullamore Dew - 1980s
(70cl, 40%)
A 1980s bottling of Tullamore Dew, a fantastic brand of Irish whiskey. Interestingly, the label doesn't spell out D.E.W. as the bottles do now, in reference to Daniel E. Williams.  More info
$153.08
Feckin Irish Whiskey
(70cl, 40%)
FECKiN Irish Whiskey is a smooth, honeyed Irish whiskey with loads of balance and finesse. We heartily recommend this feckin whiskey to you.  More info
User Rating:  (10 Reviews)
$30.22
Writers Tears is a light, sweet Irish whiskey made using a mix of single pot still and single malt whiskies, resulting in oodles of honey'd, fruity notes. Wonderfully easy to drink, it would make for...  More info
User Rating:  (6 Reviews)
$42.04
Jameson 4.5L
(450cl, 40%)
A huge 4.5 litre bottle of the classic Irish blend, Jameson. This is triple distilled from Irish barley and pure spring water before maturation. This is also the best selling Irish Whiskey in the...  More info
User Rating:  (1 Review)
$185.88
A blended Irish whiskey, made with Irish single malt and grain whiskeys matured for at least four years in ex-bourbon American oak casks. Uisce Beatha, pronounced "ish-ka-ba-ha", takes its name from...  More info
User Rating:  (1 Review)
$33.46
A 1980s bottling of the legendary Tullamore Dew, at this point presented without the acronym of Daniel E. Williams in its name. A neat collectible for fans of Irish whiskey.  More info
$153.08
A fabulous Irish blend of 70% single malt whiskey and 30% single pot still whiskey. After being triple distilled, the Irishman Founder's Reserve is aged in bourbon casks. Bernard Walsh, you should be...  More info
User Rating:  (6 Reviews)
$44.22
We think that this bottle of Paddy Irish whiskey was produced in either the late 1980s or early 1990s. Paddy gets its name from Paddy Flaherty, who worked for Cork Distilleries in the late 1800s and...  More info
$153.08
A full 1 litre bottle of Clontarf Classic Blend Irish Whiskey. Though not presented in the wonderful tiny stackable bottles along with two other expressions (a very cool way to present whiskey, by the...  More info
$50.96
Kilbeggan 21 Year Old
(70cl, 40%)
This well-aged, limited edition release from the Kilbeggan range is a 21 year old blended Irish whiskey, which has been matured in a gamut of different casks. Which casks, you ask? Well, they've used...  More info
User Rating:  (2 Reviews)
$116.58
The Wild Geese Rare
(70cl, 43%)
Wild Geese Rare is a blend of Irish whiskeys matured in bourbon casks, named for the Irish who fought during the 17th and 18th centuries. Plenty of fruit notes running its core - think vibrant citrus...  More info
User Rating:  (5 Reviews)
$42.28
A trio of Irish whiskies presented in a stackable bottle format. Interesting.  More info
$32.27
A rare 1970s bottling of what is now simply known as "Black Bush".  More info
$153.08
The 2011 edition of the Irishman Rare Cask Strength whiskey, presented at 53% ABV and limited to 2400 bottles. Previous editions of this have been looked upon favourably by the likes of Jim Murray...  More info
$95.61
This "Special Old Irish Whiskey" is certainly now a special, old and indeed collectible bottle of blended whiskey. It's made with single malt from Bushmills distillery in County Antrim and thought to...  More info
$122.46
The Irish whiskey historians out there (or those of you that read Jake's blog posts about Irish whiskey) might recognise the Dunville name. It was a brand once produced by the biggest distillery in...  More info
$37.57
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. As of 2014 it's the new...  More info
User Rating:  (28 Reviews)
$183.92
This blend was introduced in 1791 by John Power & Sons, originally a pure pot still whiskey, now a popular blend of pot still and grain whiskeys.  More info
User Rating:  (17 Reviews)
Tullamore Dew 12 Year Old blended Irish whiskey from the 1960s presented in a handsome ceramic jar!  More info
$183.69
A handsome and rare 1960s bottling of Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey, packaged in a ceramic decanter.  More info
This is a bottle of Jameson Irish Whiskey, produced in the 1970s at Bow Street Distillery, Dublin, for the international market. A rare piece of whiskey history which has, interestingly, been bottled...  More info
$153.08
A 1970s bottling of Jameson Crested Ten Irish blended whiskey, a particular blend that was released in 1963 which features pot-still and Sherry matured whiskey. A highly collectible bottle which has...  More info
$153.08
Tullamore Dew - 1970s
(75cl, 43%)
Although the distillery in Tullamore was closed in 1963, the Tullamore Dew brand was snapped up by Powers, allowing the name to live on, and live on it did! This bottling of Irish whiskey comes from...  More info
$153.08
The Irishman 70
(70cl, 40%)
A beautiful Irish whiskey, made by blending old pot still whisky with 70% malt whisky which was selected by Bernard Walsh. Aged in bourbon casks, this is a creamy, sweet and supple gem!  More info
User Rating:  (8 Reviews)
$45.80
A collectible ceramic jug of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey from the 1970s. They had glass back in the '70s, but a ceramic jug just looks much cooler, don't you think?  More info
$122.46
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