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!
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 →
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.
Explore an early look into Boann Distillery. An exciting new distillery in the heart of the Boyne valley in County Meath.
So with all the talk of Quarter Cask and A'bunadh convincing so many staunch anti-NAS fanatics I felt like I ought to give this at least a try! Had this dram in the lovely Albanch bar on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. Abelour A'bunadh - Batch 47. 60.7% Abv Nose: ripe fruits, strong alcohol presence, raisins,... Continue Reading →