Writers Tears have launched a Japanese Oak Travel Retail Exclusive version of their Writers Tears whiskey to coincide with the Rugby World Cup in Japan
From the creators of Ireland's first modern rye whiskey comes the newest Single Pot Still Whiskey in Ireland with the welcome inclusion of oats!
Welcome to the first episode of season 2 of Potstilled Radio. In this episode we sit down with author and PhD candidate Fionnán O'Connor who lays down his case why he believes that we should pay homage to the past and why it is important not to ignore historical precedent in favour of keeping a simple product on a shelf.
US Teeling Whiskey fans won't have to wait long for their first taste of Dublin distilled whiskey, as Teeling Whiskey Distillery's own pot still whiskey is soon to be on its way!
Take a look at Redbreast Irish Whiskey's fresh new re-brand, which sees a facelift for the entire Redbreast range.
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.
To celebrate World Whiskey Day 2019, the folks at Irish Distillers, and Redbreast Whiskey have launched Midleton Distillery's first ever Pedro Ximénez cask finished whiskey. The Redbreast Dream Cask PX Edition is a 20 year old, single cask, Single Pot Still, read more about it here.
Writers’ Tears Double Oak, is a blend of the two premium whiskey styles aged in two types of wood - American and French Oak. It is triple-distilled, non-chill filtered and bottled at 46% ABV. The new expression is made possible by a close collaboration between the Walsh family in Ireland’s County Carlow and the Legaret family in Cognac, France.
In this episode, International Sales director for the Hinch Distillery, Michael Morris, at Japan's world renowned, food and drink's exhibition, Foodex. In Japan, Michael took the time to sit down with us and talk us through their new brand that is launching globally with five new whiskeys, that cross the malt, blends and single pot still categories. This is an exciting new entrant for the Irish market as this marks the first sourced single pot still whiskey to enter the Irish market.
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
Listen in to Potstilled Radio episode 10 as we sit down with Irish Distillers' Prestige Ambassador, Michael Cowman.
Read about one of the world's most sought after Irish whiskeys which hardly ever has its seal broken! Take a trip with us to discover what Dingle SPS Batch 2 tastes like and discover how the Dingle DNA is beginning to flourish.
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.
Take a journey with me as I examine the Redbreast 17 Year Old Single Cask, Cask Strength whiskey from the Palace bar, Dublin.
Writers Tears Copper Pot goes under the microscope for advent review #5
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.
Take an advanced look at the newest member of the spot range, Red Spot. Check out the tasting notes as well as having a cheeky sneak peak of the finished product, long before it hits the market!
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.