Irish Whiskey

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  • Green Spot Irish Whiskey 40% 70cl
    Green Spot dates back to 1887, and originally bottled for Mitchell & Sons, Green Spot possesses a vibrant and fruity taste character making it an ideal entry point into Irish Single Pot Still whiskey.

    GREEN SPOT is a non age statement Single Pot Still Irish whiskey and is comprised of Pot Still whiskeys aged between 7 and 10 years. The whiskey has matured in a combination of new bourbon and refill bourbon casks as well as sherry casks. Only small quantities of Green Spot are bottled each year. No real reason why. Drink some more and we'll bottle more.

    NOSE
    :Fresh aromatic oils and spices with orchard fruits and barley on a background of toasted wood.
    TASTE
    :Full spicy body. A hint of cloves along with the fruity sweetness of green apples, rounded off with toasted oak.
    FINISH
    :Lingering flavours of spices and barley.
    £39.99
  • Tullamore Dew 12 years old 40%
    The worlds best blended Irish Whiskey : Tullamore Dew 12 Year Old Special Reserve " Voted Best Irish Whiskey of the Year, Icons of Whisky 2011"
    The new Tullamore Dew is made from 3 different types of triple distilled Irish whiskey, aged between 12 and 15 years and matured in bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks. The whiskey is rounded and smooth, yet extremely complex.
    £51.25
  • Redbreast 15 years old 46% 70cl
    Redbreast 15 years old Port still has all the characteristics of Redbreast 12 but delivered in a more intense fashion. The extra years spent in both Sherry and Bourbon cask, and the fact that it is bottled at 46% abv, contribute to a wonderfully powerful taste experience.
    NOSE Full and rich with a complex yet balanced mix of berry fruits and aromatic oils.
    TASTE Fully round and mellow with the succulence of fleshy fruit combined with spices and toasted wood.
    FINISH Long and sophisticated.

    What is Single Pot Still?
    POT STILL IRISH WHISKEY is a style of whiskey which is unique to Ireland in general and to the Midleton Distillery, Co. Cork, in particular. It is regarded as the quintessential style of Irish whiskey.

    Made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley, which is then triple distilled in traditional copper pot stills, Pot Still Irish Whiskeys are characterised by full, complex flavours and a wonderful, creamy mouthfeel. The inclusion of unmalted barley to the mashbill, along with the tradition of triple distillation, defines the character of Pot Still and this uniquely Irish approach to whiskey distillation.

    Single Pot Still Whiskeys (whiskeys originating from a single distillery) were once the norm in Ireland and from the late 18th century to the early 20th century, Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey was the most sought after whiskey style in the world.

    Indeed, by the turn of the 20th century, more Pot Still whiskey was exported from Ireland than any other whiskey style from any other country. However, a number of unfortunate coincidences led to the demise of full flavoured Pot Still Irish Whiskeys and to the rise of the lighter, more accessible blended whiskeys, which combined lighter grain whiskeys with the fuller flavoured Pot Still whiskeys or Malt whiskies.

    While Pot Still Irish Whiskey continues to be used as a key component in many well known brands of blended Irish whiskey, by the turn of the millennium only two Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey brands had survived Redbreast & Green Spot. However, in recent years this style of whiskey has enjoyed a renewed groundswell of interest from whiskey writers and enthusiasts alike, giving rise to demand for new expressions and now, to the Single Pot Still Irish Whiskeys of Midleton range.
    £72.75
  • Teeling Small Batch Irish Whiskey 46% 70cl
    This new whiskey from the Teeling whiskey Company is a small batch blend of malt and grain whiskey. It has a higher proportion matuared in first fill bourbon barrles and a higher proportion of malt to grain. It then has extra maturation in ex-rum barrels to add sweetness and a smooth flavour. Bottled at 46% vol.
    £36.99
  • Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy 70cl
    This expression represents Barrys personal selection of old and elegant Pot Still whiskeys, exclusively matured in American bourbon barrels. Bearing the name of the celebrated second generation Midleton Master Distiller, Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy represents a selection of pot still whiskeys which have been matured exclusively in American bourbon barrels with a subtle contribution from a pot still distillate which has been matured in an unseasoned or virgin American barrel.

    The aromatics, which are typical of the character delivered by Pot Still distillation, are generously complimented by a touch of lime, succulent green berries, pears and some green sweet pepper. The sweetness of vanilla and the deeper charred oak notes represent the seamless contribution made by maturation in best quality casks.
    The aroma leads to the expectation of an irresistible taste experience, and it does not disappoint. The Pot Still spices carry a light peppery note into the fresh citrus, limes with mandarin orange sweetness. A little hint of cinnamon, vanilla with pine freshness and charred wood acknowledge the years spent in American oak.
    The full complexity of flavour lasts well into the finish, slowly fading to expose the clean American Oak foundation.
    Bottled at 46% ABV and not chill filtered, there is no age statement with the whiskeys selected ranging in age from 10 to 22 years.

    What is Single Pot Still?
    POT STILL IRISH WHISKEY is a style of whiskey which is unique to Ireland in general and to the Midleton Distillery, Co. Cork, in particular. It is regarded as the quintessential style of Irish whiskey.

    Made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley, which is then triple distilled in traditional copper pot stills, Pot Still Irish Whiskeys are characterised by full, complex flavours and a wonderful, creamy mouthfeel. The inclusion of unmalted barley to the mashbill, along with the tradition of triple distillation, defines the character of Pot Still and this uniquely Irish approach to whiskey distillation.

    Single Pot Still Whiskeys (whiskeys originating from a single distillery) were once the norm in Ireland and from the late 18th century to the early 20th century, Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey was the most sought after whiskey style in the world.

    Indeed, by the turn of the 20th century, more Pot Still whiskey was exported from Ireland than any other whiskey style from any other country. However, a number of unfortunate coincidences led to the demise of full flavoured Pot Still Irish Whiskeys and to the rise of the lighter, more accessible blended whiskeys, which combined lighter grain whiskeys with the fuller flavoured Pot Still whiskeys or Malt whiskies.

    While Pot Still Irish Whiskey continues to be used as a key component in many well known brands of blended Irish whiskey, by the turn of the millennium only two Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey brands had survived Redbreast & Green Spot. However, in recent years this style of whiskey has enjoyed a renewed groundswell of interest from whiskey writers and enthusiasts alike, giving rise to demand for new expressions and now, to the Single Pot Still Irish Whiskeys of Midleton range.
    £153.75
  • Powers Johns Lane Release 46% 12 years old
    This expression, Powers Johns Lane Release, celebrates the origin of the Powers whiskey tradition and provides a glimpse of the whiskey style that made Powers famous. Using a pot still distillate which is true to the original style of Johns Lane, the whiskey has been matured for not less than 12 years, mainly in 2nd fill American bourbon casks, with a small contribution of distillate which has been matured in Olorosso sherry butts.
    The result is a Single Pot Still whiskey of outstanding flavour and complexity which provides a fitting tribute to the spiritual home of one of Irelands most loved whiskeys.
    NOSE An abundance of earthy aromas, leather, tobacco with layers of charred wood, dark chocolate and treacle toffee.
    TASTE Full bodied spice front followed by vanilla, honey and dried apricot.
    FINISH Lingering honey sweetness on toasted oak.
    £49.99
  • Yellow Spot 12 years old Single Pot Still 46% 70cl
    Mitchell & Son are delighted to announce the re-introduction of Yellow Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey!Inspired by the original Yellow Spot and last bottled in the 1950s, Yellow Spot is the rare taste of a bonders style Single Pot Still Irish whiskey. Rather than being simply a finished whiskey, Yellow Spot is special in that it contains single pot still whiskey that has been matured for a full 12 year period in three oak cask types: American bourbon barrels, Spanish sherry butts and uniquely, Spanish Malaga casks. Bottled at 46% ABV, the influence of the Malaga cask brings an exotic sweet note to the whiskey making it a truly delightful taste experience.
    £65.50
  • Kilbeggan 8 years old Grain 40% 70cl
    Kilbeggan is the new name for Greenore Grain whiskey. Aged for 8 years this whiskey is sweet and smooth and delicately balanced. A gold medal-winner at the International Wine & Spirits Competition, this unique concoction is a 100% Single Grain Irish whiskey, from the multi-award-winning Cooley distillery in Dundalk
    £35.50
  • Dunvilles 10 years old Single Malt 46% 70cl
    Dunvilles was establish in Belfast in 1801 and grew to become one of the best known Irish whiskies until it closed in 1935. The name has been revived by Kircubbin based distillery Echlinville which has been granted the first license to distill whiskey in Northern Ireland for 125 years. This expression has been finished in Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. It was recently crowned best Irish Single malt under 12 years old at the World Whisky Awards.
    £45.99
  • The Tyrconnell Single Malt 40% 70cl
    A brand steeped in history and heritage, has been revived by Cooley. Introduced in 1876 as a special label in tribute to a famous Irish horse. Golden yellow colour with a full, fruity aroma and citric notes. Well -structured palate with honeyed notes and a tang of oranges and lemons. Strong flavours of malt balanced with an oily sweetness and a very long finish.
    £29.50
  • Bushmills 10 years old Malt 40% 70cl
    At one time there were many hundreds of different Irish whiskeys. Over the years these have disappeared.Only Bushmills, the oldest and a handful of others have remained, which is why its said Bushmills is oldest because it is the best, not best because it is oldest.

    Another unique aspect of the Old Bushmills Distillery is that malt distilling, blending, maturation and bottling are all carried out on the same site.

    Embodying the centuries-old traditions of distilling at Bushmills, this is one of the very few Irish malt whiskeys available.Each drop of Bushmills Malt is carefully distilled three times and is made from 100% malted barley.
    £33.50
  • Bushmills Original Whiskey 40% 70cl
    Bushmills Original whiskey is made up of Grain whiskyey slowly matured for a minimum of five years in American oak casks before blending with Irish Single Malt whiskey to produce this original blend.
    £23.50
  • Paddy Irish Whiskey 40% 70cl
    Paddy Irish Whiskey is tripled distilled an is a favourite blend of many an Irish whiskey drinker. Smooth and soft it is a good every day whiskey with sweet palate and spicy dry finish
    £22.50
  • Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey 40% 70cl
    The origins of Tullamore Dew Irish whiskey can be traced back to 1829 when the Tullamore Distillery was founded in Tullamore, County Offaly, situated in the heart of Ireland. The original site now hosts a Heritage Centre where the full history is on display.

    AWARDS
    Tullamore Dew has been widely acclaimed by whiskey connoisseurs, most recently winning two Double Gold Medals at one of the world's most prestigious spirits competitions - the World Spirits Competition in San Francisco. The brand has now an impressive record of award wins, with 22 medals since 1999.

    In 2005 Tullamore Dew won a much prized Trophy at the International Spirits Challenge, the highest accolade in the drinks industry: the Trophy was one of only four awarded to over 700 drinks products entered from countries all over the world.

    TASTING NOTES
    Tullamore Dew is a premium Irish whiskey with a distinctively smooth and accessible flavour.

    Colour Medium amber gold.
    Nose A mild blend of spicy, lemony and malty notes, with charred wood and vanilla undertones.
    Body Light bodied, sweetish spices, buttery and rounded with light citrus fruitiness.
    Palate Warming, pleasant maltiness with toasted wood and vanilla hints.
    Finish Smooth and gentle, the complex flavours lingering.
    £23.75
  • Midleton Dair Ghaelach Grinsells wood 58.2% 70cl
    A new limited edition Midleton Pot still whiskey which has been triple distilled which has been matured in American Bourbon barrels and then finished in virgin Irish oak barrels from Grinsells wood, Ballaghtobin Estate, In County Kilkenny. Bottled at cask strenghth 58.2% vol the labels even gives you the batch number, 9 tree number and bottle number.
    The result is spicy rich whisky which has been enhanced by the Irish oak barrels with vanilla, milk chocolate and stewed fruits.
    £194.99
  • Jameson Crested 40% 70cl
    Jameson Crested and has been relaunched replacing the Jameson Crested Ten. This blend still has the same smoothness of Jameson's but with an increase in pot still whiskies, it has sherry notes backed by ginger spice. Full bodied with delicate sherry and toasted oak on the palate with fruity spice and a touch of chocolate . Warm and enticing.
    £27.85
  • Green Spot Chateau Leoville Barton 46% 70cl
    This is a new limited Edition from Green Spot being aged in a combination of Bourbon and sherry casks and then with a finishing period in Bordeaux wine casks which previously held Chateau Leoville Barton Saint Julien wine which gives the whiskey a new dimension.
    French oak initially on the nose with pot still spiciness. Floral notes with red berry fruits then orchard fruits. The palate has a lovely balance between oak and spice with vanilla and strawberries. The sweetness works well with the drier notes from the wine cask.
    £49.50
  • The Dublin Liberties Oak Devil 46% 70cl
    This Irish whiskey which has been made from malt and grain whiskies aged for over three years is called after an area in Dublin called Liberties.
    The areawas once called 'Hell' in the 18 century and it is said that an carved oak devil stood watch over the entrance to the Liberties, but disappeared. Legend has it that the carving was made into whiskey barrels, where the dark spirit consumed the maturing spirit.

    Complex with dark fruits and wood on the nose. The palate is rich with caramel and Christmas cake smooth with a peppery twist on the finish.
    £36.50
  • Kinahans 10 years old single malt 46% 70cl
    Kinahan's 10 years old Single Malt has a long history and was the first Irish Whiskey to get brand protection in 1863. It was the preferred whiskey of 'father of Mixology' Jerry Thomas. It has been matured in American oak for 10 years with each cask being sampled by the malt master before being selected for this bottling. It has grassy aromas with spiced vanilla and soft smoke. Tropical fruits with ginger and almonds with honeysuckle on the finish.
    £67.99
  • Redbreast Lustau Edition 46% 70cl
    This is a limited Edition Redbreast which has been finished in the finest Oloroso Sherry casks from Bodegas Lustau. Aged between 9 and 12 years then blended and aged for a further year in the Lustau barrels.The nose has dark fruits, prunes, dates figs, toasted oak and spice. On the palate it is well balanced with fresh sherry and redbreast spices. The finish is sweet and spicy with sherry notes and Spanish oak.
    £46.99
  • Feckin Unbelievable Irish Whiskey 40% vo

    Feckin Irish whiskey is a well balanced whiskey with a nose of sweet soft oak and hints of caramel. The taste is smooth and sweet with honey and oak notes.

    £29.99
  • Kinahans Small Batch Whiskey 46% 70cl
    Multi award winning Irish Whiskey which has been resurrected from the past. Kinahans whiskey was the preferred tipple of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and celebrated mixologist Jerry Thomas. Matured in two types of American casks for 6 years it is then blended to produce the mellow, malty, full flavoured whiskey that has been so popular over the last two centuries.
    World Best Blended Irish Whiskey - Finalist 95 points Ultimate spirits challenge
    Best Vale Award

    £36.85
  • Dunvilles Three Crowns Vintage Blend 43.5% 70cl
    Dunvilles Three Crowns is a blended whiskey made up from three different styles of whiskey: a four year old single grain, Ten year old single malt matured in bourbon casks and a fifteen year old single malt matured in bourbon casks with a finishing period in oloroso sherry hogsheads. The whiskey is sweet on the nose with overtones of caramel and vanilla, smooth and drinkable, spirity and oakey when tasted and finishes with hints of walnut and grain.
    £39.99
  • Teeling 24 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey 46% 70cl
    The Teeling 24 Year Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey was first distilled in 1991 and matured in Bourbon casks then allowed marry in Sauterne wine casks producing a wholly unique taste experience. The unique dual maturation imparts an extra depth of fruit flavours that perfectly complement the hint of smoke derived from the inclusion of a small portion of Peated malt as part of the original ingredients used in production. This small batch bottling, limited to just 5,000 70cl bottles, were hand bottled in unique decanter bottles and come with their own certificate of authenticity. Recently awarded the title of Worlds Best Irish Single Malt, this is a whiskey to be savoured.
    £269.00
  • Teelings Brabazon Single Malt Series 01 49.5% 70cl
    Named after the third Earl of Meath William Brabazon this limited edition bottling of Teelings has been matured in a sherry cask and bottled at cask strength 49.5%.The flavour has rich sherried fruit mixed with spice and burnt sugar. The finish is dry with toasted marshmallow and fruity spice.
    £69.99
  • The Pogues Irish Whiskey 40% vol 70cl

    This is the official whiskey of the legendary Irish Band The Pogues. Distilled at the West Cork distillery it is a blend of 50% 10 years old single malt aged in sherry casks and 7 years single malt aged in bourbon casks and 50% four grain Irish whiskey aged in Bourbon.

    Malty on the nose with aromas of cracked nuts. The taste is smooth and sweet intense and welcoming.

    £28.99
  • Roe & Co Irish Blended Whiskey 45% 70cl

    Roe and Co is the new Irish Blended whiskey from Diageo. Matured in bourbon wood it is a blend of malt and grain whiskies from various distilleries in Ireland. Velvety smooth with pronounced vanilla and sweet fruits with a lingering creaminess on the finish.

    £30.99
  • West Cork 12 years old Sherry Cask 43% 70cl
    This is part of a range of whiskies from West Cork which have been finished in different casks. This edition has been aged in bourbon casks for 12 years then a finishing period of 110 days in Pedro Ximenex sherry casks to enhance the flavours. The result is a whiskey with a nose of malt, dried fruits and almonds. The palate is smooth from the triple distilling with floral and dried berries with a lingering sweetness.
    £33.99
  • West Cork 12 years old Port Cask 43% 70cl
    A limited release from West Cork aged for 12 years in Bourbon casks then a finishing period in Douro Port Pies for 110 days. The result is a whiskey with red fruits on the nose and vanilla. The palate is malted with sweet red fruit and dark chocolate and lingering sweetness on the finish.
    £33.99
  • West Cork 12 years old Rum Cask 43% 70cl
    A limited Release whiskey from West Cork distillers aged for 12 years in Bourbon casks then a further period of 110 days in casks which previously held rum. The has resulted in a smooth triple distilled whiskey with notes of coconut and marzipan on the nose. The taste is floral with citrus notes and lingering vanilla spice.
    £33.99
  • West Cork 10 years old Irish Single Malt

    Superb Value Irish single Malt from West Cork Distillers. Intense malty nose with hints of honey. The palate is smooth with citrus fruits backed by cracked black pepper and malty notes. Matured in Bourbon casks.

     

     

    £28.99
  • Teeling Single Malt Whiskey 46% 70cl
    A very popular new addition to the range the Single Malt has a nose of figs, toffee and lemon peel. The palate has mixed dried fruits with spice and vanilla notes, finishing with sweetness in harmony with wood tannins.
    £44.35
  • Midleton Very Rare 2016 70cl
    The new 2016 bottling of midleton rare
    £120.79
  • Knappogue Castle 12 years old 40% 70cl
    Knappogue Castle Single Irish Malt whiskey is hand selected from a number of casks before a few are selected to be bottled under this name. They are aged in Bourbon casks to produce and exceptionally smooth whiskey.
    £50.99
  • Connemara Peated single Malt 40% 70cl
    Named after one of the most famous regions in Ireland, Connemara is one of nature's masterpieces. The rugged Atlantic coastline and majestic mountains blend with the rain-soaked peated bog lands to create a landscape of unique natural beauty.

    Connemara Peated Single Malt Irish Whiskey captures the beauty of this region while reviving its traditions. This rare and original find among Irish whiskeys is a single malt, beautifully gilded in peat reek. Managing Director of Cooley Distillery, David Hynes and chairman John Teeling resurrected the traditional Irish custom of drying the malted barley over peat fires with this peated single malt. The smoke rising through the malted barley during this drying process confers the whiskey with a distinct peaty flavour and aroma. These traditional distilling methods combined with natural ingredients and long years in oak casks continue to create a whiskey that is simply exceptional!

    Colour: Lightly golden.
    Nose: Smokey peatiness balanced by heather floralness with hints of honey and oak.
    Taste: Silky smooth with a honey sweet start, followed by more complex aromas of malt and fruit giving way to the intensifying full bodied peat. A well-balanced yet complex taste with vanilla oak notes.
    Finish: A long and glorious finish with golden honey notes and deep peat spreading across the mouth and palate. Hints of chocolate vanilla and oak leave a mouth-watering taste!
    Serving Suggestions: Connemara can be enjoyed neat or with a little water to release the bouquet.
    £36.45
  • Redbreast 12 years old 40% 70cl
    ..a magnificent performance. Is this the best whiskey in the world? Peter Mulryan, Whiskey Critic. Redbreast 12 Year Old is the only aged Pure Pot still whiskey on sale today. It was first launched in 1939 as the brand name given to the pot still whiskey supplied by Jameson to whiskey bonders before bottling at the distillery became the norm in 1968. Stocks of whiskey in bonders stores petered out, and thus Redbreast all but disappeared until its re-launch by the distillery in the 1990s as a single pot still whiskey. This pure pot still whiskey is matured for a minimum of 12 years in sherry casks and Bourbon barrels. Like all good pot still whiskeys, it is strongly flavoured and assertive, making it a rare treat for the connoisseur of fine old whiskey.


    Redbreast 12 Year Old was awarded the trophy for the second consecutive year in the International Wine & Spirits competition. Winner of Double Gold at the 2005 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
    £41.99
  • Jamesons Irish Whiskey 40% 70cl
    Jameson Irish whiskey is one of the most popular and best selling irish whiskies available on the market today. Tripled distilled to produce a smooth taste with perfect balance.

    They mix precisely the right amount of malted barley and exactly the right amount of unmalted barley. Likewise their pot still whiskeys complement the delicate grain whiskeys beautifully. The result is a balance between nutty flavours of sherry casks with the fragrant vanilla of bourbon casks. All resulting in a perfectly balanced whiskey.
    £23.99
  • Jameson Caskmates Stout Edition 40% 70cl
    This is the first in a limited Edition range called caskmates, with Jamesons whiskey has been finished in casks which previous held Stout. This finishing has added rich flavour's to the smooth gold nectar with flavours of coffee, cocoa and gentle hopes
    £25.50
  • The Dubliner Irish Whiskey Bourbon Cask Aged 40% 70cl
    A sweet and and smooth Irish blended whiskey made by master blender John Drennan. Golden in colour with honey on the nose and gentle spice. The palate is smooth with sweet fruit notes and honey heathery finish.
    £27.99
  • Jamesons Black Barrel 40% 70cl
    This Jameson Black Barrel has been matured in double charred bourbon barrels that gives the whiskey exceptional smoothness with spicy vanilla sweetness and nutty notes.
    £38.50
  • Jameson The Distillers Safe 43% 70cl
    This is part of a new range of three whiskies from Jameson which celebrates the people behind the craft. The distillers safe has a smooth mouth feel of pot still whiskies, combined with soft buttery sweetness and gentle notes of grain whiskey.
    £45.00
  • Jameson The Blenders Dog 43% 70cl
    Part of a trilogy of Irish Whiskies from Jameson that celebrate the people who practice the craft. The Blenders Dog is the tool used to sample whiskey straight from the cask. Head Distiller Billy Leighton wanted to create a mouth filling whiskey which is complex but in perfect harmony. A creamy mouth feel, giving way to sweetness of butterscotch, then spicy and tannins on the finish.
    £45.00
  • Jameson The Coopers Croze Irish Whiskey
    This is one of a set of three whiskies from Jamesons which celebrates the people and craft of whiskey distilling. The Coopers Croze is a tool used to cut the grooves for the heads of the cask. This edition has been chosen by 5th generation cooper Ger Buckley, who has chosen from a variety of casks giving sweet vanilla and rich fruit and toasted wood notes.
    £45.00
  • Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey 40% 70cl
    Gaelic for little church Kilbeggan first appeared as a John Lockes brand over 100 years ago. Distilled from the purest water and the finest malted Irish barley and maize, gently matured in oak casks and skilfully blended to create a whiskey of unique smoothness, character and balance.
    Subtle nutty notes on the nose with a hint of malt. Quite rich and honeyed yet dry ; it is an excellent ingredient for cocktails and perfect with mixers.
    £21.25
  • Lockes 8 years Crock bottle 40% 70cl
    The name of one of Ireland's great distilling families lives again...Oaky tones and complexity of flavour.

    The Locke's Single Malt was the pioneer brand for Cooley as it was the first brand launched in 1992. On the 17th of July that year the first mature cask of Locke's Single Malt was tapped by the Grand-daughter of the last John Locke. The initial bottling was a limited edition of 5,000 individually numbered bottles presented in a wooden box. In 1998 the brand was officially launched and went on general release to complete Cooley's malt range.

    This fine whiskey is distilled in Cooley in traditional pot stills and uses only the finest malted barley and the purest Irish spring water. Locke's Single Malt has a distinctive character and flavour, fully developed through gentle maturation in oak casks held in the 200 year old warehouses in Kilbeggan in heart of Ireland.

    However it wasn't until 2000 that Cooley launched its first aged whiskey, Locke's 8 Year Old Single Malt. Its unique quality and flavour was fully rewarded when it won a Gold medal in the 2001 International Wine and Spirits Competition.

    Nose: Full flavoured nose bulging with big fruit-barley character. Oaky traces from the oldest of Cooley's malts.
    Taste: The barley is big and succulent. There is a copper-tanginess followed by a dry fruity flavour.
    Finish: The malt is nothing short of enormous & with a tanginess character. The minimum 8 year old oak passes leaving a vanilla essence and peaty finish.
    Serving Suggestions: Locke's 8 Year old Single Malt can be served neat, on the rocks, or with a little water to taste. A very enjoyable dram to be enjoyed after lunch.irish whiskey
    £47.99
  • Feckin Irish Whiskey 40% 70cl
    Infamy, dishonesty and villainy: all the necessary ingredients to blend this smooth whiskey. Extremly smooth Irish whiskey from the Cooley distillery.
    £27.99
  • Kilbeggan 18 years old Limited edition 40% 70cl
    Kilbeggan is a well-rounded combination of maize grain and malted barley, aged for long years in oak casks, which produces a smotth and easy to drink whiskey. Kilbeggan is Cooley's flagship blended whiskey and is the embodiment of the Independent Spirit of Ireland. This is their new 18 years old.
    £87.99
  • Bushmills 21 years old 40% 70cl
    Bushmills 21 years old Single Malt whisky has spent 19 years in Oloroso and Bourbon casks. It is then finished in Madeira casks for a further 2 years. This exceptional malt shows dried fruits, spicy maltness and subtle nutty raisin notes to this complex malt.
    Each bottle is individually numbered.
    £148.99
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