Blended Irish Whiskeys
In 1878, Dublin
distillers John Jameson, William Jameson, George Roe and John Power joined
forces to campaign for a strict legal definition of whiskey, a definition that
would exclude anything that poured from a Coffey still. It was a style of
whiskey that could be mixed with malt or pot still whiskey to make it lighter
and more approachable. Most of all, it could be produced a lot faster… and cheaper.
The Dublin distillers
weren’t successful and about 100 years later blended whiskey represented the
vast majority whiskey being bottled on the island of Ireland. Thankfully, Irish malt
and pot still is something that blends very well – witness the popularity of
the nation’s largest selling whiskey, Jameson.
Natural Non Chill Filtered, 53%, Limited Edition to only 2640 bottles only worldwide, matured i..
€130.00 Ex Tax: €105.69
This comes from some recently discovered old stock of the 2012 Writers Tears Cask Strength and is jo..
€140.00 Ex Tax: €113.82
We recently got a surprise consignment of this whiskey along with some of the 2012 edition. We just ..
€150.00 Ex Tax: €121.95
This is a fine whiskey, which strictly speaking is a blend but only contains pot still whiskey and m..
€44.95 Ex Tax: €36.54
A combination of Single Pot Still & Single Malt whiskey that was initially matured in American e..
€75.00 Ex Tax: €60.98
A CWS Exclusive of the Writers Tears Copper Pot Deau XO Cognac Finish. This single cask was finished..
€72.00 Ex Tax: €58.54
Another delicious release from the Writers' Tears range, the Writers' Tears Copper Pot ..
€79.50 Ex Tax: €64.63
A great little gift pack containing 3 miniatures of the hugely popular Writers Tears Copper Pot whis..
€19.99 Ex Tax: €16.25