In Potstilled Radio, episode 10, we sit down with Irish Distillers’ Prestige Ambassador, Michael Cowman. Having started his professional career in the Irish Navy, he takes us through his international career progression from sailor to brand ambassador. Continue reading “Episode 10 – Irish Distillers Prestige Ambassador – Michael Cowman”
Dingle Whiskeys are some of the most sought after whiskeys on the Irish market at the moment, which is no surprise that their whiskeys sell out in all retailers from almost the moment they go on sale. This was no different for the recently released Dingle Whiskey, Single Pot Still Batch 2. This whiskey went on general sale in late 2018 and was sold out in a matter of days. Continue reading “Dingle Distillery – Single Pot Still Batch 2 Review”
It has already been an exciting year for Irish Distillers’ re-brands and it is only the 25th day of 2019.
Previously in the month, we saw a re-fresh of the Jameson original, and caskmates ranges, nevermind 2018’s re-brand of Midleton Very Rare. Well now we are seeing the much loved Barry Crockett Legacy. Continue reading “Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy Re-Brand”
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”
This is a whiskey that every Irish Whiskey drinker should have on their shelves at some point in their life. Writers Tears Copper Pot is the flagship expression from Walsh Whiskey’s Writers Tears range. Interestingly, it is a blend of 40% Single Pot Still and 60% Single Malt whiskeys aged in ex-bourbon barrels. Which for you eagle eyed readers out there will notice, means it has no grain whiskey added to the blend.
Continue reading “Advent #5 – Writers’ Tears Copper Pot”
Recently we brought you the news that the long fabled Red Spot Single Pot Still whiskey was coming back to our shelves. The folks at Irish Distillers and the Spot Range brand owners Mitchell’s and Son’s wine merchants have extended the spot family to once again include the eldest member Red Spot 15 year old. Continue reading “Red Spot – An Advanced Look”