Ireland’s Smallest Whiskey Distillery Continues Experimental Bonded Series with 10 Year Old Tequila Finished Cask Strength Whiskey

Killowen Distillery, Ireland’s smallest whiskey distillery, have lauchned their third expression of the their “Experimental Bonded Series”, a 10 year-old blended whiskey finished in Mexican Tequila casks. This Cask Strength whiskey is non-chilltered and unfiltered so you can thank Killowen for those bits of cask later!

Walsh Whiskey Extends Core Range With Writers Tears Double Oak

Writers’ Tears Double Oak, is a blend of the two premium whiskey styles aged in two types of wood - American and French Oak. It is triple-distilled, non-chill filtered and bottled at 46% ABV. The new expression is made possible by a close collaboration between the Walsh family in Ireland’s County Carlow and the Legaret family in Cognac, France.

The Silkie Blended Irish Whiskey – A Review

The Silkie Irish whiskey is the first independent bottling from the soon to be constructed Sliabh Liag Distillery in Co. Donegal. Plans are in place to have this distillery constructed at some point in 2019 and, here they will distill both single pot still and single malt whiskeys that will be triple distilled and peated, following the traditional peating of whiskey in the Donegal region.

Hyde 1938 No. 6 Sherry Finish – A Review

Hyde whiskey has been hot on the release trail over the last few years adding a number of different editions to their already impressive family range of whiskeys. Today we are reviewing Hyde 1938 No. 6 Sherry Cask Finish blend, which comes to us thanks to the guys at Drinks By the Dram, through their Irish whiskey Advent Calendar.

Advent #8 – Sadler’s Peaky Blinders

This whiskey is an unusual piece of the Irish whiskey fabric currently. It is tied to the immensely popular, period drama, Peaky Blinders. The whiskey was produced as a licenced product of the show and caused its own controversy in the Irish whiskey industry by plastering ‘Product of the British Isles’ across all of their... Continue Reading →

Advent #7 – Roe & Co. Whiskey

The world of Irish Whiskey was shocked when Diageo made the announcement, in 2014, that they would be selling their stake in the Old Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery. It seemed that they would be leaving the Irish whiskey industry, right as it was on the cusp of a boom. Well their inactivity didn’t last too... Continue Reading →

Advent #2 – Paddy Irish Whiskey

As the second day is upon us, and upon opening the second door still giddy over our first day treat, Tullamore D.E.W. 18-year-old single malt, there was little that could really top that. Day two has certainly taken a swing across the spectrum from the super-premium to the value segment with Paddy Irish whiskey. Paddy... Continue Reading →

Drink into the Unknown

Drink into the unknown with Potstilled.com and the Dylan Whiskey Bar Kilkenny for the first installment of a liquid voyage through one of our articles. Join in, in the bar, at home or just sit back, relax and join in on the conversation on Twitter @Potstilled_

Jameson Caskmates: A Guide

Jameson Caskmates is one of the newest additions to the Jameson family. This is a guide for all aspects of Caskmates, from the idea conception to the global release. Come have a look.

Jameson’s New Trilogies

Take a look into the two new trilogies from Jameson Irish whiskey. Appearing to be targeted at both travel and general retail markets, interesting things seem to be coming down the line for Jameson.

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