Redbreast Release New Core Range 27 Year Old

Irish Distillers, last night, officially launched their new 27 year old Redbreast Single Pot Still whiskey. This new permanent expression, will sit as the head of the core Redbreast family, and will deliver a differentiated flavour aspect to the rest of the core range. With whiskeys matured in ruby port barrels, the Irish Distillers’ team promise that this will bring new complexity and depth to the Redbreast range. 
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The Palace Bar – Redbreast 17 Single Cask

The Palace Bar, in my opinion, is one of Dublin’s finest Victorian public houses. Nestled on the busy corner of Fleet Street, leading to Temple Bar, The Palace Bar has been delighting Dublin’s imbibers for the last two centuries. Opened in 1823 this establishment was operated by the Ryan family until its assumption by the current proprietors, the Aherns, in the 1940’s. This has been the watering hole of choice for many literary greats throughout the years and has had a long and deeply entwined history with whiskey in Dublin. Continue reading “The Palace Bar – Redbreast 17 Single Cask”

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. Continue reading “Red Spot – A Review”