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White — mildly dry, soft sparkling and fruity
White — beautiful ripe white fruit and citrus
White — lively and light
White — full and soft
White — mildly dry and exotic
Rosé — intense bouquet of flowers and blueberries
Red — perfect balance of red fruit and spices
Red — dry with a fresh, fruity flavour
Red — medium bodied, yet focused with fresh acidity
Red — dense, concentrated and balanced
Black Bush is a great blend from Bushmills, made up of mostly malt whiskey, aged for 11 years in sherry casks before blending. Plenty of vanilla and cinnamon spices with a lovely digestive biscuit finish.
The classic Irish blend: Bushmills Original is made up of grain whiskey matured for five years before blending with malt whiskeys. Triple distilled and very supple. A fruity and aromatic palate with lots of honey blossom flavours and a citrus lift. A malty finish with some subtle ginger on the tail.
A superb 10 Year old Irish single malt and winner of Best Irish Single Malt Whiskey at the 2007 World Whiskies Awards. Bushmills always scores highly in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, with the 10 Year old being awarded 92.5 points in 2013! Lots of fruity and chocolate pudding flavours give way to a light floral finish.
A 16 Year old Irish single malt from Bushmills aged in three different cask types: bourbon, port and sherry. The result is a beautiful whiskey, which was awarded Gold at the 2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. The port casks give loads of cherry and dried fruit flavours with some light toffee. Dark chocolate comes in on the long finish.
An exquisite Irish whiskey, matured in a mixture of Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon casks, before a two year marrying period spent in Madeira casks. Produced in limited numbers, each bottle is numbered. Loads of fruit flavours, notably dates and mango, with a sweet, syrupy pipe tobacco finish.
Irish single malt whiskey from Bushmills, drawn from Port casks and bottles as part of their Steamship Collection. The port casks impart rich damson flavours, complimented by light cacao and cinnamon with a jammy, fruit compote finish.
Sherry Cask Reserve — delicious triple distilled Irish single malt whiskey, matured in first-fill oloroso sherry buttes. Inspired by the 125th anniversary of the SS Bushmills maiden voyage, the Steamship Collection was originally released for the Travel Retail market. Loads of fruity flavours, with pineapple chunks and sweet cherries at the fore. Thick, sweet chocolate develops leading into a mince pie finish.
Matured exclusively in bourbon casks, this is a soft and smooth blended whiskey with a vanilla-rich flavour.
Triple distilled expression 'gently aged' in bourbon barrels. Very elegant with classic bourbon-cask-aged vanilla notes being the centre of attention here.
This 12 Year old whiskey has a full, rounded and complex flavour. The light finish has notes of vanilla and tangy fruits with traces of the signature Connemara smoke.
The peaty signature is softened in the barrel to produce a beautifully balanced malt. Oak spice grows and grows on the finish, until a crescendo of peat smoke and herbs.
Top notch Connemara pelted Irish single malt whiskey. Earthy, evocative smoke paired with honeyed barley and juicy apple.
A lovely malty whiskey with honey and pear notes as well as a beautiful waft of smoke. Though this smokiness is usually associated with Scotch whiskies, Connemara still has a definite Irish character.
Connemara Turf Mór boasts a pettiness that leans more on the earthy side of things than their classic expression. The flavour is intensely smoky with nice touches of vanilla, orchard fruits and sweet citrus
The marriage of Port and Bourbon casks has resulted in an exceptional single malt which balances notes of dark fruits, citrus, chocolate and spice.
Whiskey fans might recognise the resurrected Dunville brand. This single malt has apples, honey and baking spice on the nose with a nice, woody palate.
Sweet and smooth with some hints of caramel and walnuts. A soft, lingering finish leaves you with thoughts of vanilla pods.
Notes of cream, mango and banana move into a honeyed, malty sweetness in the long finish.
An exceptional single malt from Egan’s, matured in bourbon oak casks and non-chill-filtered. Notes of cherries and citrus on the palate with a long and enjoyably sweet finish.
This single malt has plentiful flavours of mixed fruits, almonds and honey. A strong influence of sherry thanks to being matured exclusively in Pedro Ximinez Sherry casks.
A smooth and soft single grain bottles under the recreated Egan’s whiskey brand. The oaky, spicy flavours start out subtle but really kick in at the finish.
A smooth, honeyed Irish whiskey with loads of balance and finesse. This is a no frills, easy drinking whiskey that works well with mixers or over ice.
A wonderfully vibrant and fruit-forward 15 Year old single malt Irish whiskey with lingering oak spice.
The initial maturation in American oak bourbon barrels makes for a citrus, honeycomb, apricot and spice laden whiskey. However, it is the first Irish whiskey to be finished in Japanese oak barrels, giving a touch of creaminess and vanilla.
An impressive first release of single malt Irish whiskey that is particularly good considering that it is only seven years old. Tasty spice notes, along with fresh citrus and barley flavours.
Light and soft on the palate with delicate flavours of vanilla, citrus and stem ginger. A touch of sappy oak towards the finish. An amazingly easy going, session-style of whiskey.
A light, floral and soft single malt that is one of the benchmark whiskies of the Speyside region.
A wonderfully rich and enjoyable single malt. Notes of candied fruit, apricot and ginger move into notes of salted toffee in the finish.
A subtle and smooth whisky, encompassing the best of the Lowland style. A light and aromatic nose and fruity palate with a medium length finish with barley and freshly mown grass.
This whiskey is soft and delicate with the floral, grassy and fruity notes characteristic of the Speyside style.
The flagship single malt Scotch Whisky from the Glenmorangie Distillery in the Highlands. A benchmark for creamy, approachable single malt.
A fabulous single pot still whiskey and much loved by critics. Spicy, soft notes of green woods, menthol and potpourri with a creamy, long finish.
The first ever single pot still Irish whiskey that is finished in Bordeaux casks to give green apple, lemon peel and redcurrant notes. The finish is long and dry with cereal and plenty of spice.
A delicious edition of Green Spot which has an abundance of marzipan and nose of toasted oak and a satisfyingly long finish.
This is a light, fresh and invigorating whisky. Sweet with vanilla, dried banana chips and coconut oil and toast buttery fruit notes.
fresh, clean and very aromatic on the nose. Rather full, with a pleasant depth. Notes of granary toast and green tea with jasmine and a touch of sweetness.
This is a rich and full flavoured whisky with absolutely no rough edges. Some well-integrated smoke and peppery warmth is the underlying feature of this most enjoyable whisky.
A real treat for any whisky connoisseur. This really is a fantastic single malt. Tonnes of sweet, spicy flavour but balanced admirably.
A rich sweet, whisky, it has notes of dried fruit, raisins and creamy vanilla thought the palate.
This limited edition of single malt is named after Douglas Hyde, the first president of Ireland. Lots of juicy fruit aromas on the nose and lovely spicy oak notes.
A light and soft blend that contains a small amount of heated single malt in the mix for a delicate smokiness.
Double distilled in copper pot stills and non-chill filtered for maximum flavour. A rich and vibrant whiskey, aromatic with a hint of spices
Rich floral scents and crisp cereal notes with a smooth, light finish. One of only a handful of Irish triple distilled single malts.
An explosion of fruits on the nose with a fresh and vibrant palate. Exceptionally smooth all the way to the finish.
A combination of bourbon and sherry casks give a smooth character with flavours of vanilla, fudge and dried citrus fruits.
A go-to for whisky fans across the globe. A balanced and rounded nose with lots of fruit and a little toffee and malt. A medium finish with oak and cinnamon.
This Tennessee whiskey needs little introduction. Smooth and soft with cereal sweetness and toasty oak. An easy drinking classic.
A classic blend from Ireland that is really smooth and well put together. Thick and of good body with notes of orchard fruits and a little vanilla cream.
Long considered one of the brightest stars of the Jameson range. Jameson 18 Year old is wonderfully mellow and smooth, carrying notes of wood, spice and toffee to the very end.
Black Barrel has lots of first-fill bourbon and sherry casks in the mix, giving is a much richer flavour than regular Jameson. Fans of the brand will love this smooth and balanced whiskey.
A blend of both grain and pot still whiskey. Blender’s dog delivers butterscotch sweetness with a prickle of spice and tannins. Making whiskey requires a fair deal of science, but blending is an art.
Built around the ‘Bold’ characteristics of Jameson’s and bold it is. Oaky vanilla, stewed berries and thick barley give way to a rich and lasting spiciness.
Only 84 casks can be stored at the Jameson Distillery Bow Street, so this edition is truly small batch. Heavy on cinnamon and cloves with sharp apple balanced by brown sugar and molasses.
A whiskey that incorporates all the great flavours of an IPA. Hops and light citrus are prominent with sweet herbal notes give way to a signature smooth finish.
The initial aroma of freshly mown hay is complemented by notes of crisp orchard fruit. Packed with coffee, cocoa and butterscotch thanks to maturation in Stout casks, this is a great whiskey for those who like rich and smooth flavours.
Named in honour of Jameson’s Master Cooper, Get Buckley. The aim of this whiskey is to showcase the diversity of the barrels used at Jameson and the influence of oak on the whiskey. White chocolate and cinnamon gives way to charred oak and barley.
A little more flavour and complexity than standard Jameson. Some extra use of sherry casks adds a nice weight and spicy fruitiness.
Full bodied with soft, delicate sherry undertones of toasted wood, fruit, spices and chocolate. A whiskey of great finesse which is balanced beautifully between sweet and dry, light notes and heavy ones.
One of three whiskeys from the Jameson Deconstructed Series that are built around different distinctive characteristics of Jameson. Sweet vanilla fuses with soft ripe fruit and, together, combine with the rich post still spices. All this on a firm foundation of toasted oak.
Delivers a smooth mouthfeel and gentle notes of apricot, cinnamon and melon. The Distiller’s Safe pays respect to the character of the distillate. Long before barrels make their mark, a pot still has the first say.
On the nose, it has a marked richness with notes of stone fruit. Luscious and creamy on the palate, there is a fruity sweetness with vanilla, notes of charred wood and spice. The finish is long and lingers with a mix of oak and spice.
The signature Jameson taste and smoothness with additional heather and honey sweetness. Additional depth is added with cedar wood from American oak along with dried fruits from the sherry casks.
Regarded by many whisky critics to be one of the best blends in the world. Black Label has a little bit of everything, some spice, vanilla, fruit and smoke.
Johnnie Walker’s top blend, only one in ten-thousand casks makes the grade. Rich and sweet, the layers of taste evolve and resonate with an elegant smoky finish.
The best-selling whisky in the world. Launched in 1909 as a whisky suitable for mixing, this is a soft and gentle. Light and easy drinking.
Situated on the banks of the River Brosna in County Westmeath, Kilbeggan Distillery dates back to 1757 and is the oldest licensed distillery in Ireland. A smooth and warming blend with some nice oak character and good depth of flavour.
Sweet and light on the nose, with nots of caramel and butter. Subtle orchard fruit develops on the palate with just a touch of cigar box and spicy white pepper in the finish.
The resurrected famous of brand of Kinahan’s whiskey. Spicy on the palate, with cardamom and pepper, but retaining the fresh fruit notes from the nose. A nice finish of digestive biscuit and milk chocolate.
Nicely balanced on the palate with its rich viscosity being countered by fresh and light fruity characters. Flavours of lemon, fresh apples, candied fruits and delicate spices. Rich and spicy on the finish.
Both richer and more complex than the standard twelve year old. Sherry casks have added body and depth, and also brought spice and a good helping of fruit notes.
Aged for just over 14 years in bourbon barrels for the signature Knappogue smooth taste. The final 21 months in sherry casks lends a nice fruity maltiness, layered with dusty dark chocolate and a lingering sweetness.
Lagavulin is one of a trio of distilleries on the south coast of Islay that offer some of the smokiest whisky Scotland has to offer. Fans of Parks and Recreation might also know this as Ron Swanson’s tipple of choice. Smokey peat and coriander seed moves into apple crumble with a nice kick of cooking spices at the end.
Packing all of the peaty smoke that is typical of southern Islay but with a richness and dryness that defines this characteristic whisky. Thick and rich with a wonderful fruity sweetness balanced by big, powerful peat and oak. A long spicy finish leaves you with figs, dates and lingering vanilla.
A blend of malted barley and grain whiskey, triple distilled and matured in bourbon barrels with a pleasant cognac cask finish. Peppery barley and creamy vanilla, mixed with notes of strawberry and peach.
A deliciously smooth yet complex single malt. The unique micro-climate on Lambay island imparts subtle notes of salt, iodine and seaweed. Lovely, buttery maltiness and shortbread notes with just a whiff of sugared almond.
Seaweed-led on the palate with notes of vanilla ice cream and more than a whiff of First Aid box followed by a punch spiciness. The savoury tarry notes develop into a nice iodine complexity for a nice dry finish.
Famous for its medicinal qualities that is said to come from the high moss content of the peat.
This 10-year-old single malt is abounding with sweet aromas of delicate honey & powdered sugar with floral notes of apple blossom & red fruits. The flavour is rounded out by notes of oak & golden syrup before a long lingering finish of rich, dark chocolate.
Nice and complex on the nose, balancing spices, oak and peaches and sweet grain. The texture is rich and creamy, with tasty floral and butterscotch notes with a long, smooth and peppery finish.
Named for the distillery’s master distiller, this is an interesting and delicious whiskey. Scents of summer meadows, with floral notes on the nose. The palate is full of boiled sweets, candied peels and honey softness with a creamy, vanilla-rich finish.
Rich and delicious, notes of leather on the nose hint at the complex oak, nutty toffee and dark fruit flavours. The long finish is full of toffee and hazelnuts.
Notes of warm toasted oak, fresh peeled grapefruit and zesty wood spices. Sweet cereal, clove spiciness and a touch of fresh mint join in the finish. A fantastic and well-balanced whiskey.
An extraordinarily rich and smooth whiskey. Notes of cracked cinnamon stick and ice cream cone wafer with just a hint of toasted barley. A nice finish with a little spiciness to the end.
The virgin Hungarian Oak casks have a tight grain structure which imparts complex compounds and subtle flavours into the whiskey. Luscious and a little drying on the pallet with plenty of sweet fruit flavours and a hint of bittersweet liquorice.
A triple distilled blended Irish whiskey proceeded in Cork. Unusually, it is made with all three styles of Irish whiskey; single pot still, single malt and grain. Sweet and medium bodied with a spicy and dry finish.
Triple distilled whiskey with honey flavouring and a soft finish. A nice, easy-drinking tipple for those who like the sweeter things in life.
A new way to enjoy Paddy Irish whiskey. Sweet apple and cinnamon flavours make this triple distilled whiskey perfect for cosy winter evenings.
Named for the gang that inspired the award winning show, this is a real blinder of a blend. Melted chocolate, apricots and dried peels are prominent on the palate and a subtle hint of cinnamon sticks around to the finish.
A 12 Year old Single Malt sourced personally by Dr Pearse Lyons. Deliciously silky smooth with a medium to long finish that leaves you with warm notes of ginger and clove. Lovely and warming for cold evenings.
An Irish whiskey from the band The Pogues and West Cork Distillers. Said to have the highest malt content of any whiskey. A great choice if you like your whiskey smooth and creamy, with notes of toffee, fudge and dark chocolate. The bells really do ring out for this one.
A classic Irish whiskey, first introduced in 1791. One a single pot whiskey, it is now blended with grain whiskies to give a nicely balanced flavour with shortbread and cereal at the fore. Short and mouth-watering to the finish with a wave of spice and honey at the end.
MMA fighter and boxer Connor McGregor has stepped into the whiskey making ring with this blended Irish whiskey. Orchard fruit and honey notes are backed up by a kick of white pepper and drying oak heat.
Red Spot is a beautifully crafted blend of three different Single Pot Still Irish whiskeys that are matured in three different casks. Olorosso Sherry, Bourbon and Marsala wine casks all bring something to the mix for a nicely balanced and complex whiskey. Apple turnover and black pepper spiciness are prominent but notes of soft vanilla and blackcurrant jam play in the background. A lasting oaky warmth lingers on the finish until a final hint of damson comes right at the end.
This single pot still whiskey is highly praised by Jim Murray and other notable critics and it is easy to see why. Nutty, rich and spicy with a great body and a long and creamy finish that brings custard and spice to the fore.
Rich, thick, sweet and pungent with absolutely loads of flavour. Redbreast 15 Year is creamy and smooth on the palate, really expanding on those custard flavours form the 12 Year edition. Notes of cooked fruits and butterscotch are added to the mix, rounded off by a light spiciness in the finish.
Rich and spicy, Readbreast 21 Year Old is a masterpiece of cask selection and blending. Notes of tropical fruit, menthol and just a touch of leather join all of the mouth-filling spiciness that you find across the whole Redbreast range. Thoroughly enjoyable and a must-try for and whiskey
A newer expression in the Redbreast range that is finished in Oloroso Sherry casks from Bodegas Lustau. Milk chocolate and honey join the characteristic Redbreast flavours of apple turnover and cinnamon spice.
A blend of single malt and grain whiskies matured exclusively in bourbon casks. The quality and perfect balance of the blend in immediately apparent on the palate through its velvety texture and sweet flavours including spiced pears and vanilla.
A marvellous Irish blend that is appropriately named for old tales of shape-shifters that transform into irresistible human-like beings. Runny honey and chocolate digestives are prominent with a hint of spicy fruitcakes. Caramel sticks around on the finish for a good long while.
Polished, approachable and extremely easy to drink, Singleton is great for anyone who is turned off by the sometimes overwhelming range of whisky. Orange zest spiciness perks up the malty core of nuts, oak and toffee and leads to just a hint of cut grass.
An interesting blend that is ‘Triple Casked’ using virgin American Oak, seasoned Bourbon and Oloroso Sherry casks. An exceptionally smooth and robust flavour that is spicy at first but quickly sweetened with rich caramel, vanilla and butterscotch, with a deep layer of dried fruit.
The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog n New York City have teamed up with Darryl McNally, master distiller at the Dublin Liberties, to create this excellent expression. Caramel and vanilla sit up front, with notes of nutmeg, milky coffee and macadamia developing in the background.
The eponymous Quiet Man is the father of the brand owner, a bartender who heard many stories but told no tales. However, he would certainly wanted to spread the word of this tasty whiskey. Apple and pear are balanced by thick vanilla, orange peels and a brown sugar finish for a slightly decadent flavour.
The 12 Year edition of Quiet Man whiskey is smooth and easy to drink. A nice black pepper spice in the mix builds on the sweet chocolate and orange peel flavours. A little longer in the finish, soft oak and rich honey really round off the whiskey.
The creation of master blender Alex Thomas, this Single Malt Irish whiskey is made from 100% Irish malted barley, triple distilled in copper pot stills. Aging in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks imparts a beautifully rich and fruity character.
This blend is full of sweetness and sublimely smooth. Light and soft with hints of gentle spice, a touch of honey and creamy fruits in yoghurt. A medium length finish with a little oaky-nutty bittersweetness.
Finished in bourbon, Port, Madeira and Oloroso Sherry casks for powerful flavour. Zesty citrus is balanced with big, creamy malt and loads of vanilla tannins. Ripe, sweet red grapes and a nice sherried sweetness on the finish.
A tasty 18 Year old single malt from Tullamore. Spicy malt on the nose with developing hints of sherry soaked raisins and cinnamon leading into bourbon-cask vanilla and toasted bread. Caramel and chocolate develop with a zesty spark of orange and fruitcake on the finish.
A nice marriage between Irish whiskey and Irish cider. The finishing in cider casks lends beautiful toasted oak and orchard fruit flavours to the Tullamore spices.
The eponymous D.E.W comes from Daniel E. Williams, general manager of the distillery in the late 19th century. A good body with notes of sherries peels and spice that are joined by honey, grains and vanilla cream. Nice vegetal finish with long notes of caramel and toffee.
Finished in Demerara rum casks to add sweet, fruity notes and pay tribute to the Irish workers in the 17th century Caribbean. Tropical fruits on the nose and packed full of fruit on the palate. Lemon curd, caramelised pineapple and dried fruits with a nice prickle of aromatic spice on the finish.
Juicy and fruity with a silky smooth mouthfeel. Delicious flavours of creme caramel, malt and barley sugars and a touch of pineapple that persists to the finish. Smooth, rich and extremely well rounded.
All of the great, sweet richness of port is present in this expression. A great balance with lots of jammy thickness, tropical fruits and green character. Fruit flavours persist all the way through to a sweet and long finish.
Named for a racehorse that won at 100 to 1 odds in 1876 in The National Produce Stakes, the chestnut colt can still be seen on the label. Incredibly creamy and smooth and incredibly full and smooth on the palate. A dry and grassy finish with a little spice that lingers.
Plenty of sweet dessert flavours. Dried fruit, caramel toffee, honey candy, spice, pie crust, grain and a touch floral with some notes of vanilla and oak drifting through. Honied orchard fruit, caramel frosting, toasted grain and an earthy undertone with some bits of malt, vanilla and citrus.