Each month of quarantine I am choosing my favourite whiskey to have graced my glass during that month. This month's Potstilled's Quarantine Whiskey of the Month is Writers' Tears Double Oak, a must have for any quarantine home bar
Sit down with Matt, Chief Editor of Potstilled, as he explores the Redbreast Dream Cask PX Edition for the first time, ahead of its launch.
Take a look at the latest expression from Glendalough's upcoming 'Connoisseur's Collection' a 25 Year Old Single malt, finished in Irish Oak, Only the second of its kind in modern Irish whiskey.
Behind door # 18 in the Drinks By the Dram, Irish Whiskey Advent Calendar we have the much sought after, Teeling Brabazon Batch 2. Take a journey with me as I sample one of my favourite whiskeys yet in this series.
If you don't know these guys, they are an independent bottling company from Scotland that are affiliate of (if not directly owned by) Master of Malt. They purchase casks from distilleries across the globe, age them in whatever fun or crazy way they so desire and then usually release them at cask strength with fun... Continue Reading →
Behind door #11 of Drinks By the Dram’s, Irish Whiskey Advent Calendar, is a firm favourite in the world of Irish whiskey, Teeling Small Batch.
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.
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 →