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.
A limited-edition single pot still Irish whiskey from Midleton, made in homage to the the distillery’s recently-retired master distiller, Barry Crockett.