Blended whiskies account for the majority of those produced on Ireland, featuring the likes of popular brands such as Jameson, Bushmills and Tullamore Dew. All exceptionally well produced whiskies that are great value for money. To make a blended whiskey producers can mix any of the different Irish whiskey styles together and they will then be classed as"blended".
Paddy Whiskey is distilled three times from the finest quality barley and water. This ensures a whiskey, which is particularly light, well balanced and pure. Its relatively low pot-still content and uniquely high proportion of malt whiskey, ensures Paddy is One of the softest of all Irelands whiskeys Jim Murray, International Whiskey Connoisseur.
Tullamore Dew is the original blend known the world over for its smooth and gentle flavour. This mild blended whiskey has spicy, lemony and malty notes with charred wood undertones giving a soft, buttery, rounded flavour that lingers in the mouth.
It all started back in 1780 when John Jameson created his triple distilled, smooth Irish whiskey and John knew a thing or three about making great tasting whiskey. Thats why, today, Jamesons continue his tradition and make sure that Jameson Irish Whiskey is always as perfect as the day John Jameson released his first cask from his Single Distillery - triple distilled, twice as …
Uisce Beatha takes its name from the Gaelic wording for "water of life". This Whiskey is made with Irish single malt and grain whiskeys. A handsome and tasty blended whiskey, matured for no less than four years in ex-bourbon American oak casks. Plenty of creamy vanilla, caramel notes on the nose. A toasty palate with a hint of char from the bourbon barrels, with quite a lengthy…
The classic Crested Ten bottling by Irish distillers, John Jameson & Son is back with new packaging and a new name. The blend features some pot still whisky, drawn from a combination of bourbon and sherry casks.
Marking Diageos return to the premium Irish whiskey industry is Roe & Co, named in honour of George Roe who is seen to be responsible for the golden era of Irish whiskey back in the 19th century. To create this new Dublin blend theyve used a single malt and grain whiskeys both drawn from bourbon casks.
The Founders Reserve expression from the Irishman range is a blend of 70% single malt and 30% single pot still whiskey. Its bottled after spending some time slumbered in ex-bourbon casks.
The Jameson Masters carefully select a high proportion of single Irish pot still whiskey and a rare small batch grain whiskey, all matured in flame-charred bourbon barrels and toasted sherry casks. The trademark Jameson notes of toasted wood and spice develop while the rich pot still whiskey matures in dark, aromatic warehouses. The rare, sweet grain whiskey - not found in any…
Since 1782 the Teeling family have been crafting Irish Whiskey. The Teeling’s are renowned for their vision in doing things differently and their Whiskeys embody this entrepreneurial spirit. This small batch bottling consists of hand selected casks which are given further maturation in ex-Flor de Cana Rum barrels imparting an extra sweet and smooth flavour unique to Irish Whisk…
A limited edition bottling from Tullamore which was initially released exclusively for travel retail. The name comes from the towns coat of arms and the Pheonix featured in it. This triple distilled blended Irish whiskey was partly finished in Oloroso sherry casks and offers notes of warm fruits, some vanilla and spices.