Irish Single Malt Whiskey Irish single malt is similar to Scotch single malt in the way that both have to be made from a mash containing nothing but malted barley. They must be aged for at least three years in cask and the final product must come from one distillery, not a blend of distilleries. Apart from this there is obviously many differences between the two.
A blend of triple distilled single malt whiskey with a lighter Irish grain whiskey. The folks back at the old distillery will tell you it’s an very approachable whiskey with a rich‚ warming taste of fresh fruit and vanilla. It has a fruity burst that sits on the tongue before turning to honey in your jowls.
The Teeling Whisky Company from Dublin have created a superb highly anticipated Single Malt Irish Whiskey. A selection of 5 different wine cask fineshes were used for this handsome release. Some of them were even distilled in 1991. White Burgundy, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sherry, Port and Madeira casks were filled with 100% malt whiskeys before it was bottled at 46%, and as always T…
12 year old single malt Irish whiskey from Walsh Whiskey Companys Irishman range. This expression has been aged in first-fill bourbon barrels and they produce just 6,000 bottles of it each year. Youll find notes of vanilla, spice and warm fruits in this one.