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Irish Whiskey

Irish whiskeys are often thought to be smooth, fruity, and triple distilled and many of them are, but this isn't the full story. The Irish are widely credited as being the first to distil whiskey, though this is strictly contested by the Scots. The Bushmills distillery, for example, is the world’s oldest licensed distillery, founded in 1608. The Irish are unique in their pure pot still whiskey.

Irish single pot still whiskey is a mix of barley, malted and otherwise, distilled in a pot still. The unmalted barley proffers a spicy freshness that one associates with Irish whiskey. Some of the Irish blends are global successes with Bushmills Original and Jameson both being notable examples. There's also a healthy selection of single malt expressions, including the majority of the Bushmills range, Tyrconnell and Connemara.

In the last 20 or so years we've seen the re-introduction of double distilled single malts and peated malts, as well as a reinvigorated and now thriving single pot still Irish whiskey style. There are also many new distilleries being constructed as Irish whiskey continues to be the fastest growing spirits category in the world!

Irish Whiskey
Back in the day, Jameson 12 Year Old Whiskey was known as the 1780, in reference to the foundations of the Jameson distillery on Bow Street, Dublin (which were put down in 1780). Their 12 year old...  More info
$185.90
An 18 year old Jameson, this fantastic blend was specially selected by the Master Blender from select casks.  More info
User Rating:  (7 Reviews)
$123.63
A stunning bottle of limited edition Jameson. This is made with some of the oldest whiskey in Jameson's stocks, including an old pot still whiskey aged in a port pipe. A very full bodied Jameson.  More info
User Rating:  (5 Reviews)
$426.03
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
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$225.75
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
$185.90
Jameson Gold Reserve
(70cl, 40%)
A delicious blend made with a good amount of pure potstill Irish whiskey. Jameson Gold Reserve is sublime stuff, and it was awarded a massive 94 points in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible.  More info
User Rating:  (7 Reviews)
$85.81
An old and rare collectable bottle of Jameson's Irish whiskey, bottled way back when whiskey was sold in 75cl bottles.  More info
$63.44
A classic blend, Jameson Irish Whiskey has long been one of the most popular Irish whiskies around. This rare bottling comes from the 1960s.

Unfortunately some of the whiskey has leaked out, but...  More info
$185.90
A retro bottle of Jameson, the classic Irish blended whiskey, produced in the 1970s. Of course, it doesn't look all that different than it dos now, because you don't mess with success (or Texas...  More info
$185.90
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
$185.90
A special limited edition bottle of Jameson, this is a St Patrick's Day special bottled in a silver coloured bottle, which makes it look rather suave.  More info
$31.68
Kilbeggan
(70cl, 40%)
Kilbeggan is named after St Bécán, one of the Twelve Apostles of Ireland who founded a monastery in the area in the 6th century. Smooth and malty.  More info
User Rating:  (13 Reviews)
$30.04
Kilbeggan 15 Year Old
(70cl, 40%)
A 15 year old Kilbeggan, produced at the Cooley distillery and a Gold Medal winner at the 2008 International Wine and Spirits fair.  More info
User Rating:  (1 Review)
$92.10
Kilbeggan Gift Set
(70cl, 40%)
A handsome gift set containing a bottle of the classic Irish blended whiskey, Kilbeggan, as well as two sturdy branded whisky tumblers. A great gift for any lover of Irish whiskey!  More info
Knappogue Castle 1995
(70cl, 40%)
Distilled at Bushmills in 1995, Knappogue Castle is a superb vintage Irish single malt whiskey bottled in 2008 as part of a series of excellent whiskeys under the Knappogue label. Great stuff.  More info
User Rating:  (2 Reviews)
$58.62
A rare ceramic decanter containing 8 year old Irish Whisky from Locke's.

If you buy this whiskey before the 18th March 2011, you’ll automatically be entered into a competition to win an...  More info
$78.16
Locke's Blend
(70cl, 40%)
A blended Irish whiskey that was first made at the Locke's Distillery in Kilbeggan. This whiskey is twice distilled and it has a sweet, malty taste.  More info
User Rating:  (1 Review)
$37.26
Magilligan Pure Pot Still is a rather confusingly named bourbon-matured single malt from the Cooley distillery.  More info
Excellent quality single pot still whiskey from Midleton, named after their master distiller, Barry Crockett. The Legacy matured in both new American oak casks and casks which have previously held...  More info
$192.80
The "Very Rare" range was launched in 1984 to celebrate the very cream of the crop from Midleton. This is the intensely rare 1987 vintage, and they might as well call it Midleton Super Incredibly Rare...  More info
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$387.22
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:  (21 Reviews)
$231.91
Millar's originated in Dublin, originally made by a company called Adam Millar and Co, today it is produced at the Cooley distillery.  More info
$36.73
This is a very special edition of the classic Irish whiskey - Paddy's. It comes in a superb-looking carrying frame modelled after an old-fashioned lantern! This is a triple-distilled gem from Cork.  More info
$34.86
You'll notice that this Paddy Old Irish Whisky is spelt without the 'e', but the spelling isn't the only difference between this and the Paddy you may be familiar with today. This is, in fact, single...  More info
$371.81
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)
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