Irish Whiskey

In the 19th century, Irish whiskey ruled the world. But that didn’t last long… By the 20th century, Scottish malt had taken over as the world’s most popular whisky. Remarkably, at some point, Ireland only had three working distilleries. That’s on the change now, as smaller producers have joined the big guys (most notably Jameson and Bushmills) to vault Irish whiskey to the forefront again. Very little peat is used in Irish whiskey (although there is some) and the style is smooth and fruity, thanks in no small part to being triple distilled (although again, there are variations in the distillation process).


Bushmills 21 Year Old Irish Whiskey


Bushmills 21 Year Old Irish Whiskey - 1 x 750ml Bushmills Single Malt Whiskey 21 year old is aged for a minimum of 19 years in former Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon-seasoned casks, then transferred into Madeira casks for a further 2 years. The result is a...

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Jameson Irish Whisky

Jameson Gold Reserve Whiskey


Jameson Gold Reserve Whisky - 750ml Bottle Up until recently Jameson Gold Reserve has been the elusive family member that could only be found in airport shopping outlets. Since its creation in 1996, Jameson Gold Reserve - a marvelously rich pot still...

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