Single Pot Still
Single pot still whiskey must be distilled in a certain type of still called pot stills. The mash always consists of both malted and unmalted barley, which results in a unique character. The whiskey must also be produced from one single distillery and you won't come across this style of whiskey any where else around the world as it's exclusively made on Ireland.
Inspired by the original Yellow Spot Whiskey and last bottled in the 1950's by the Mitchell & son grocers in Dublin and is the rare taste of a Single Pot Still Irish whiskey with the yellow spot being guaranteed 12 years old and matured in a combination of ex-Bourbon barrels, Sherry butts and Malaga wine casks. Now triple distilled at the Midleton distillery and along with the Green Spot and soon to be released red spot, pot still Whiskey is finding new fans.
Single Pot Still Irish whisky matured in a both bourbon and sherry casks for around ten years, before being transferred into Bodega-Lustau-seasoned sherry butts for a final year. Redbreast Lustau Edition pays homage to its Irish origins...
21 year old single pot still Irish whiskey from Redbreast, distilled at Midleton. Its matured in a combination of first fill bourbon and sherry casks, resulting in a heap of flavour. Nuttiness, citrus, baked fruits, spice, this has it all.
Seductive soft fruit wrapped in a hard barley shell. A slight soapy blemish, but minor, soft hints of citrus amid pulsing grain. Stunning clarity and delicate spice.
Everyone's favourite pot still Irish whiskey, but this one is a higher strength bottling - and each batch is specially selected to create a unique edition. Deservedly popular.
This single pot still Irish whiskey has bagged more medals than you can count on both hands. Redbreast 12 Year Old is not just a favourite here at Nickolls and Perks, its also one of Jim Murrays too. The nose offers lots of fruit and nut, followed by a very well-balanced palate of citrus and subtle spice.
An attempt to recreate the earthier old Powers Pot Still style. Named after the address of the original Powers Distillery where two of the giant old pot stills rest. Entirely composed of pure pot still whiskeys from the Midleton distillery that have been aged for between 12 and 14 years. Aged in a mixture of 2nd fill and refill casks.
Midleton Barry Crockett Legacy Irish Whiskey is a limited-edition, single pot still Irish whiskey made in homage to the the distillery’s recently-retired master distiller and like the man himself, this is considered and elegant, mixing whiskeys up to 25 years old for a complex experience."
Green Spots traditional green bottle is now replaced with a stylish clear glass bottle with higher shoulders, a shorter neck and an enlarged base offering the perfect backdrop for the striking new label. A contemporary tube, which features an image of a cask marked with a green spot, is set to increase the gift appeal of this celebrated limited release expression. The name deri…
Single pot still whiskey from Mitchell & Son's, aged for 15 years in a combination of casks including Oloroso sherry casks, bourbon casks and some matured in bourbon casks before being transferred into ex-Marsala wine casks...
The Method and Madness range is on ongoing series of releases of small batch and experimental whiskies from the Midleton distillery in Cork, Ireland. This has been finished in Hungarian Virgin oak from the Carpathian mountains for 11 months after initial ageing in first fill and refill American oak. A first for single Irish Pot Still in such casks.
Matured in a combination of first-fill bourbon casks and American virgin oak, this is the the third batch from the Single Pot Still range by Teeling. It was produced from a combination of 50% malted barley and 50% unmalted barley, resulting in a very pleasant Irish whiskey indeed.
The second batch of cask strength 12 year old whiskey from Redbreast, released in 2019 and bottled at 55.8% ABV. This one was matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and first-fill Oloroso sherry casks. An award winning pot still Whiskey from the Midleton distillery.
From the Midleton distillery in Cork comes the first ever Irish pot still whiskey to have been finished in Bordeaux red wine casks. This whiskey has been treated to a finish in Chateau Leoville Barton wine barrels for around 2 years, after being aged in ex-bourbon and Oloroso sherry casks.