- A Blend of Single Pot Still and Malt Whiskeys
- Aged in Ex-Bourbon & Cognac Casks
- 46% ABV
- Non-Chill Filtered
- RRP €55 Ireland / $64.99 USA
J.J. Corry Irish Whiskey, Ireland’s first modern whiskey bonder, has launched The Battalion, a blended Irish Whiskey with Mezcal and Tequila cask influence.
The Battalion is a 60% 9 Year old Grain and 40% 13 Year old Malt Blend bottled at 41%.
Batch 1 will consist of an edition of 700 bottles in 500ml format with an RRP of 65 euro.
Continue reading “JJ Corry Releases World’s First Tequila & Mezcal Inspired Whiskey”
From the day it was released this blend raised eyebrows for a number of reasons.
Firstly, this is one of the few Irish blends that prides itself on being just three years old. The back label of the European version upon release stated with pride of the youthful nature of the whiskey, to tie in with the brash nature of the band. Continue reading “The Pogues – A Review”
This Special Reserve is a triple blend, much like the majority of the family, of malt, grain and pot still whiskeys. In the Tullamore blends, the pot still is the only component that receives sherry aging, and not all of the pot still included at that. The 12 Year Old, is renowned for its sherry forward nose and palate. Brian Kingsman, Master Blender for William Grant & Sons, who own Tullamore Distillery, creates this blend with whiskeys no younger than twelve years old, with a larger component of sherried pot still in the blend. Continue reading “Tullamore D.E.W. 12 Year Old Special Reserve – A Review”
This whiskey was reviewed as a part of Drinks By the Dram’s, Irish Whiskey Advent Calendar, whiskey I sampled, enjoyed and reviewed across the Christmas season of 2018. The whiskey behind the advent door on this particular day is a firm favourite in the world of Irish whiskey, Teeling Small Batch. Continue reading “Teeling Small Batch – 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. Continue reading “The Silkie Blended Irish Whiskey – 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. Continue reading “Hyde 1938 No. 6 Sherry Finish – A Review”