Irish Blended Whiskey

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Blended Irish whiskey is by far and wide the most popular style of Irish whiskey and is one of the country’s most popular exports. Irish blends are known throughout the world for their easy drinking qualities, with the most popular and famous varieties being Jamesons and Bushmills. The creation of this whiskey is almost exactly the same as Blended Scotch, with malt and grain whiskey married together in a harmonious union. The only difference between the two is the fact that blended whiskey from Ireland can also be a combination of single pot still and either single malt or grain whiskey; in actual fact, all three varieties are permitted to be mixed together during the blending process.


Bushmills is the only distillery to release all of their blended whiskey under their own label including Black Bush, Bushmills Original Whiskey and Bushmills Irish Honey. Interestingly, Bushmills only produce single malt at their distillery and acquire grain whisky from the Midleton distillery. Midleton is the largest distillery in Ireland and produces nearly 20 million litres of spirit every year; it is also home to Jamesons, the most popular blended Irish whiskey in the world. Middleton also produces the much sought after Midleton Very Rare, Powers John Lane and Paddy, Ireland’s third best selling whiskey. The highly acclaimed Kilbeggan blend is made by Cooley, the only independent distillery in Ireland.

  • 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
  • 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
  • Bushmills Black Bush 40% 70cl
    Bushmills Black Bush whiskey is a rich, dark, Irish blend. Black Bush contains a high proportion of triple-distilled single malt, aged in Oloroso sherry casks for around 8-10 years before marriage with the grain. Awarded the top prize in its category at the World Whisky Awards 2010
    £27.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
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