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Blended Irish 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!

John Jameson 15 Year Old Very Special Old Whiskey - early 1970s

75cl, 40%
Jameson

Difficult to see in the image (the label is quite faded), but this is a bottle of 15 year old Jameson whiskey bottled in the 1970s. In fact, it was produced at the Bow Street distillery in Dublin,…  More info

John Jameson 15 Year Old Very Special Old Whiskey - early 1970s
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Midleton Very Rare 2010

70cl, 40%
Midleton

This is the Midleton Very Rare 2010, one of a series of excellent Irish whiskeys selected by Midleton's Master Distiller. It was the legendary Barry Crockett who selected this one in 2010 (he's since…  More info

Midleton Very Rare 2010

Tullamore Dew Ceramic Jug - 1970s 43%

75cl, 43%
Tullamore D.E.W.

A 750ml ceramic decanter of Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey at the higher than normal strength of 43% abv. It's thought to date from the 1970s. This bottle was part of a private collection. More…  More info

Tullamore Dew Ceramic Jug - 1970s 43%

Jameson 2007 Rarest Vintage Reserve (without box)

70cl, 46%
Jameson

A limited edition Jameson including some of the oldest of the company's stocks, with some delicious old pot still spirit which was aged in a port pipe! This bottle comes without the case.  More info

Jameson 2007 Rarest Vintage Reserve (without box)

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