Here is a selection of the Irish Whiskey we try to keep in stock - we are always adding to and adjusting the range so it may be slightly different than shown.
Dingle Single Malt, Batch No. 3 – 46.5% vol
It's the third batch of single malt Irish whiskey released by the Dingle distillery in the south-west of Ireland! While the first batch was drawn from bourbon casks and the second batch was drawn from bourbon and Pedro Ximénez casks, batch three is a marriage of bourbon cask and Port cask-matured whiskey!
Bushmills - 40% vol
Whiskey making at Bushmills draws on centuries-old distilling history, including a royal licence to distil whiskey, granted for the county of Antrim in 1608. The benchmark Irish single malt, this has a far greater depth of flavour than standard Irish blends.
A former winner of Best Irish Single Malt Whiskey in the World at the World Whiskies Awards.
Jameson - 40% vol
The most popular Irish whiskey in the world, with more than 20 million bottles sold per year, all over the globe.
Produced at the Midleton distillery, it is the flagship whiskey of Irish Distillers.
This is a hugely popular Irish blend, renowned for its affinity with ginger ale. The default springboard into the fascinating world of Irish whiskey,
Sexton Single Malt - 40%
The creation of master blender Alex Thomas, The Sexton Single Malt Irish whiskey is made from 100% Irish malted barley, triple distilled in copper pot stills. After, the liquid is aged in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks imparting a rich and fruity character. It comes in a rather eye-catching hexagonal bottle, too.
Slane - 40%
Slane Castle is one of Ireland’s most famous locations, known for its rich history and huge gigs featuring some of the biggest musical acts of all time, such as The Rolling Stones, Madonna, Queen, U2, Bob Dylan, and David Bowie. The site just outside Dublin is also home to a distillery, where the family of the castle’s owner Earl of Mountcharles makes Slane Irish Whiskey. This triple distilled blend of single malt and single grain whiskeys which are divided and matured in no less than three casks: virgin oak casks, seasoned casks (which previously contained Tennessee whiskey and bourbon), and oloroso sherry casks. These individual blends are then married together before being bottled, with that mellow, sweet, and approachable profile so often associated with Irish whiskey.