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The Midleton Distillery Co.

Midleton distillery is the home of Jameson Irish whiskey as well as Redbreast, Powers and the Spot whiskeys, but they also release premium single pot still Irish whiskeys under their own label.

The buildings of the Midleton distillery began life rather abstemiously; used as a wool mill in the very late eighteenth century. Leased by Marcus Lynch, the buildings were sold to the government, who subsequently sold them to the Archbishop of Cashel in 1823 for the sum of £1,750. The Archbishop died later that year and the buildings were inherited by Lord Midleton. It was the three brothers Murphy who converted the mill into a distillery in 1825. They had acquired the buildings for £4,000. Stills were installed, including the world’s largest still with a capacity of 31,618 gallons. The distillery produced a range of brands and in 1966 the company joined John Powers and John Jameson to form the Irish Distillers Group and a new distillery was built at Midleton to produce all of their brands. This new distillery now has a capacity of 60m litres, following a large expansion project in 2013.

An Introduction to the Single Pot Still Whiskeys of Midleton Gift Set

20cl, 43%

A gift set from Midleton, showing off their brilliant selection of Irish single pot still whiskey! This set includes a 5cl miniature of Redbreast 12 Year Old, Green Spot, Powers John's Lane Release…  More info

An Introduction to the Single Pot Still Whiskeys of Midleton Gift Set
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Midleton Very Rare 2015

70cl, 40%

This is the 2015 release of Midleton's excellent Very Rare series, which has enjoyed its maturation exclusively in American oak barrels. As with the 2014 edition, this bottling bares the signature of…  More info

Midleton Very Rare 2015
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Midleton Very Rare Pearl Edition

75cl, 53.1%

A very exciting bottling from the Midleton Very Rare series, released in celebration of the range's 30th anniversary. Back in 1984, Midleton unveiled their first Very Rare bottling, and we're still…  More info

Midleton Very Rare Pearl Edition

Midleton 1999 (cask 53735) - Single Cask Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

70cl, 56%

Single cask single pot still Irish whiskey from the Midleton distillery, matured in a first fill bourbon barrel which was filled in 1999. It was bottled at 56% ABV without any chill-filtration…  More info

Midleton 1999 (cask 53735) - Single Cask Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

Snug - 1980s

70cl, 30%

Snug is a liqueur produced by Irish Distillers (the chaps who make Jameson amongst many other delicious things) for making the perfect Hot Irish Whiskey! It's made with sugar, cloves, lemon and, of…  More info

Snug - 1980s
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Midleton Very Rare 1987

75cl, 40%

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…  More info

Midleton Very Rare 1987
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Midleton 45 Year Old 1974 - Very Rare Silent Distillery Collection Chapter One

70cl, 51.2%

This is the first release in Midleton's Very Rare Silent Distillery Collection, and they've started the show with a showstopper - it's a 45 year old peated Irish single malt, matured in a third-fill…  More info

Midleton 45 Year Old 1974 - Very Rare Silent Distillery Collection Chapter One

Midleton 1994 (cask 74060) - Single Cask

70cl, 46%

A very impressive single cask Midleton. The single pot still whiskey was laid to rest in a second fill bourbon barrel back in 1994. It was bottled without an age statement exclusively for Celtic…  More info

Midleton 1994 (cask 74060) - Single Cask

Midleton 1996 (cask 71578) - Single Cask

70cl, 46%

A single pot still release from Ireland's Midleton distillery, laid down in a first-fill bourbon barrel back on 10 December 1996. We don't know how long it rested there for, but eventually the…  More info

Midleton 1996 (cask 71578) - Single Cask

Midleton Very Rare 2013

70cl, 40%

This right here is the 2013 edition of the Midleton Very Rare, carrying the signature of master distiller Barry Crockett, creator of the series. As the name suggests, this really is very rare stuff.  More info

Midleton Very Rare 2013

Midleton Very Rare 2012

70cl, 40%

The 2012 edition of Midleton's Very Rare whisky, featuring the signature of master distiller Barry Crockett, whom created the bottling series in 1984. That's certainly worth raising a glass…  More info

Midleton Very Rare 2012

Midleton Very Rare 2011

70cl, 40%

A bottling of Midleton's fabulous Very Rare expression from the year 2011. Each bottle is individually numbered and is accompanied by its very own wooden presentation box. This bottle was part of…  More info

Midleton Very Rare 2011

Dungourney 30 Year Old 1964 Special Reserve

70cl, 40%

Dungourney hails from the Old Midleton distillery which closed in the 1970s. Back in 1994, master distillery Barry Crockett found some whiskey in warehouse number 11 that wasn't on the company's…  More info

Dungourney 30 Year Old 1964 Special Reserve

Midleton 25 Year Old 1973 (cask 86584)

70cl, 43%

Well, this is rather lovely. Behold this single pot still Irish whiskey from Midleton, which was triple distilled at the old Midleton plant back in 1973. It then spent a quarter of a century in…  More info

Midleton 25 Year Old 1973 (cask 86584)
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