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Irish Single Malt Whiskey

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  • 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 nu...
    £168.00
  • 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 s...
    £67.99
  • 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 o...
    £269.00
  • Tullamore Dew 14 Year Old Single Malt 41.3% 70cl
    Established in 1829 in Tullamore, Co. Offaly, in the heart of Ireland, the Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskeys are renowned for their exceptional smoothness and distinctive character. This triple distilled 14 year old single malt is no exception. Characterised by its unique four cask recipe in old bo...
    £52.45
  • 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.
    £52.99
  • 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 ...
    £34.25
  • 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 Whis...
    £37.50
  • The Irishman Single Malt 40% 70cl
    This Irishman Single malt has been matured in two types of barrel, Sherry and Bourbon casks. The initial flavours are toffe and vanillal with toasted almonds, honey and floral aromas with a long smooth oak and dark chocolate finish.
    £41.99
  • Jack Ryan Beggars Bush 12 years old Single Malt 46% 70cl
    The Ryan family have been the Landlords of the Beggars Bush public house in Dublin since 1803 and in that time its customers have demanded the best whiskey to drink. Jack served a single malt which his punters fully appreciated. In honour this whisky has been created from whiskies aged in bourbo...
    £49.99
  • 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 flav...
    £31.99
  • Lockes 8 years old Single malt 40% 70cl
    Lockes single malt whiskey is a rich, gold colour with a sweet,very up-front malty nose and subtle sherry and peat aromas. Smooth and sweet at first possesing a full malty and spicy middle with a honeyed sweetness that rolls around the mouth. Well-balanced overtones of oak. Soft, clean finish wit...
    £32.99
  • Teeling Vintage Reserve 21 years old Batch No.5 46% 70cl
    A lovely bottling of hand selected casks was chosen for the Silver Reserve bottling of Teeling's 21 years old. Limited to just 5000 bottles worldwide, picking up the Best Single Malt in the World at the World Whisky Awards.
    £128.00
  • 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.
    £72.50
  • 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

Although the Scottish generally grabs the headlines with their famous single malt whisky, the Irish do produce an excellent if somewhat more concise range. What’s more, the laws that govern its production do not vary tremendously; it must be distilled in a batch process using only 100% malted barley, aged in Oak casks and be the invention of just a single distillery.


Irish whiskey as a whole is generally unpeated with the exception of Connemara, a single malt distilled by the Cooley distillery and Ireland’s only peated whiskey. It’s a common misconception that Irish whiskey is all triple filtered, whereas in actual fact only Bushmills create whiskey of this style. Speaking of Cooley, they are the distillery that produces the vast majority of Ireland’s single malt whiskey both under their own label (the previously mentioned Bushmills) and other brands like The Irishman and Clontarf.


Surprisingly, Midleton distillery does not produce any single malt, despite the fact that they are the people responsible for creating Jamesons, possibly the best selling Irish whiskey of all time! One can only assume that they are so busy creating masses of grain and single pot still whiskey for their multitude of blends that there are no resources left for the production of single malt.