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".
A vintage dated Midleton bottled in 1995 from the "very rare" range made from a blend of grain, malt and pot still Whiskies distilled at the Midleton distillery in cork which is more famous for its Jameson brand.First produced in 1984 under master distiller Barry Crockett and still produced despite Barry being now retired. Thought to be a blend of 12-25 year old Whiskies and matured in Ex-Bourbon oak for a sublime mellow Irish dram.
The 2016 release from the Very Rare range by Midleton. Each year these bottles get snapped up very quickly, so dont hold out if your a fan of this particular Irish whiskey.
One of the best known and most reliable value for money blends out there. Triple distilled with a high percentage of Oloroso Sherry cask matured Whiskey in the blend of malt and grain from the Bushmills distillery. An Irish classic that delivers plenty of flavour much beyond its price point.
Clontarf 1014 is an Irish grain Whiskey named in honour of Brian Boru's famous victory in battle against the viking invaders in 1014 that took place just outside of Dublin. This rare edition has been mellowed through Atlantic Irish oak charcoal and matured in Ex-Bourbon casks for a classic mellow and easy drinking style.
Dunville and co were a tea and spirit merchants and in the 1830's launched what was to become a very popular Whiskey in Ireland but was last distilled in the 1930's until being relaunced by the Echlinville distillery company in 2013 which makes this antique bottling somewhat of a curiosity as it is likely to be from the 1980's and from the Bushmills distillery.
A true original, Jameson 18 Year Old Limited Reserve is an exceptionally balanced whiskey and is the elder statesman of the Jameson Family. Its mellow, complex taste and lingering finale of wood, spice and toffee have been deftly created by the Master Blender; his hand-picked selection of no fewer than three exquisitely poised whiskeys serving as the light, shade and foreground used to craft this unique blend...
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…
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.
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 …
Jameson’s Whiskey Makers Series aims to celebrate the dedication of their production team – Head Distiller, Head Cooper and Head Blender. The Blender’s Dog is all about the latter – Billy Leighton – and celebrate’s the art of marrying whiskies in a particularly fruity release.
Jameson’s Whiskey Makers Series aims to celebrate the dedication of their production team – Head Distiller, Head Cooper and Head Blender. Cooper’s Croze focuses on Jameson’s cask man, Ger Buckley, and therefore there are a number of cask types at play: first fill and second fill bourbon, sherry casks, and virgin American oak.