Redbreast Release New Core Range 27 Year Old

The Redbreast 27 year old has been appearing in markets all over the world for the last couple of months but it was shrouded in relative secrecy. Last night the viel was lifted on this new core range Single Pot Still expression that will spearhead the core Redbreast range for years to come.

Sonny Molloy’s Redbreast 16 Year Old Single Cask – A Review

They say that history is cyclical, that humans are doomed to repeat themselves if we do not learn from those who have gone before us. Well this is one instance that I am delighted history is repeating itself. Once again bars are curating their own stocks of whiskeys from some of Ireland's best distilleries. Take a journey with me to try some of Galway's finest with Sonny Molloy's Redbreast 16 year old single cask

Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy Re-Brand

Midleton Barry Crockett legacy gets a fancy new face lift. Explore the new look with Potstilled.com as we see how it reflects the new Midleton Very Rare line and take a look at some of the previous iterations of the label that never made it to market.

Red Spot – A Review

Unless you've been living under a rock recently you will be very aware that Irish Distillers just dropped the long awaited Red Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey! 

The whiskey was launched in the Mitchell & Sons old wine and whiskey maturation cellars, under the streets of Dublin's Merrion Square. This was a very fitting location for the brand to be re-introduced to the world after nearly fifty years in absentia. The once core range whiskey was historically a fifteen year old, wine barrel matured single pot still from the John Jameson Distillery, Bow Street, Dublin.

Green Spot Cask Strength Single Cask

Tonight saw the launch of the newest expression of the Mitchell & Sons/Irish Distillers Spot Range, Red Spot. The event took place in Mitchell's old bonding cellars under the streets of Merrion Square, where attendees were brought through the heritage of the Spot Range and introduced to the whiskey that has been absent from the... Continue Reading →

Teeling’s Single Pot Still – Marketing Launch of the Year

Few events this year have been as anticipated as the release of Teeling’s first Single Pot Still Whiskey, but wait no more, the whiskey is up for sale… at auction!  

As I’m sure you all know, Teeling Whiskey’s spirit has just hit three years allowing it to be legally described as “Irish Whiskey”. Their first barrel that they are releasing to the general public is a very interesting, 50/50 (50% malted and 50% unmalted barley) Single Pot Still that has been aged exclusively in Muscat barrels.

Dingle Whiskey Review

Dingle whiskeys are some of the most sought after whiskeys on the market right now. Although, due to their incredible commercial value, very few are being opened for actual consumption. This is why I sat down with Head Distiller, Michael Walsh, to taste through some of the past and present releases of Dingle Whiskey to highlight some of the actual flavours you will find in Dingle Whiskey.

Redbreast Lustau Edition

Redbreast whiskey is about to release the newest edition of its heavily sherried single pot still family. Join us as we examine the possibility that Redbreast is about to welcome a Lustau edition into the family.

Redbreast 15 – Review

So with the announcement of Whisky Magazine's World Whiskey Awards I thought I would put up my review of the World's best pot still Redbreast 15 year old. Now as I'm sure you've gathered from my previous posts and the title of this blog I am a huge pot still fan and I am absolutely... Continue Reading →

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