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We know our whisky! From single malt and blended whiskey to grain and rye whiskey, we stock over 1000 varieties of whisky, available to buy online. Our range includes whiskies such as Suntory Yamazaki, Yellow Spot, Powers John Lane, Amrut and more familiar brands such as Jack Daniels, Jim Beam and Jamesons. We stock whiskey from America, Ireland, Japan, India and a whole host of other countries around the globe. For the whisky connoisseur there is always something new to discover at Drinkfinder and we will keep you up to date with the latest and rarest whiskies for your collection.

  • Jura Prophecy 46% vol 70cl
    Jura Prophecy is a new limited single malt which has been heavily peated to produce a rich tarry malt with salt spray and a hint of cinnamon.
    £56.99
  • Balvenie Tun 1401 Batch No.2 50.6% 70cl
    The Balvenie Malt Master, David Stewart introduces his latest Scotch whisky expression; The Balvenie Tun1401 Batch 2, a sought after single malt previously only available at The Balvenie Distillery.
    To craft TheBalvenieTun1401, Malt Master David Stewart transferred specially selected casks from across the ages to a specially selected marrying tun number1401. Three months later emerged an exceptionally complex single malt Scotch whisky.
    Davids first batch of Tun1401 was released in 2010, for sale only at The Balvenies Speyside Distillery, but his small experimental release proved so popular with single malt enthusiasts that he has created a second batch, available this time without the need for a trip to the Scottish Highlands.

    TastingNotes
    :Silky smooth on the palate, The Balvenie Tun 1401 Batch2 has as a delicious complexity characterised by a floral sweetness, and citrus orange peel notes under pinned by tones of vanilla, honey and mature oak. The finish is mellow, rich and warming.
    £899.00
  • 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
  • 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
  • Longrow 25 years old 46% 70cl
    A rare bottling of Longrow from 1974, 25 years old. This distillery bottling, is incredibly rare and very collectible only one bottle available.
    £2,500.00
  • 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
  • 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
  • Johnnie Walker Double Black 40% 70cl
    Special Limited Edition of Johnnie Walker. The JW Double Black is a smokier more intense Black Label. The Master blender has taken whiskies that are smokier in character for the blend and whiskies matured in charred wood. In a blind taste test Double Black beat all competitors as well as JW Gold and Green labels.
    The Bottle is tinted charcoal grey to reflect the darker black character. With more gold iconography crest and striding man
    £32.99
  • 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.
    £168.00
  • Whisky Stones (set of 9)
    Whisky stones are a great alternative to using ice to cool your drinks. Just keep the stones in your freezer and add a couple to your whisky or favourite spirit to chill it down without diluting the flavours. Made from recycled soap stone, they are easy to use and can be washed and reused again and again.They are uniquely shaped so they do not easily roll down you glass.
    £9.95
  • Glengoyne 12 years old 43% 70cl
    Glengoyne 12 years old single malt is distilled air dried barley which is unpeated.This bottling has been matured in 1st fill bourbon wood , there is also less sherry wood as a result giving a completely different taste and nose. The majority of the wood is USA/European refill casks, the whisky is also chill filtered. In summary, it's nothing like the cask strength, the only thing that is the same is the age statement.

    Tasting Notes
    Appearance: Natural rich gold.
    Nose: Coconut oil, lemon zest, honey and dried malt.
    Mouthfeel: Warming.
    Initial Taste: Toffee apples and cinnamon spice.
    After Water: Ginger, fresh orange and shortbread.
    Finish: Mellowed by hints of sherry and soft oak. Well balanced.
    £41.99
  • Buffalo Trace White Dog Mash 62.5% 375ml
    This is the new make spirit from the Buffalo Trace distillery, unaged and bottled at cask strength 62.5%vol. Made from corn, rye and malted barley this spirit was known in the pioneering days as 'white dog'.
    £22.99
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