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Single Pot Still, non-chill filtered. Powerful orange blossom and thyme aromas with cedar and cherry notes. In the mouth, brown sugar, baked apricots, orange & vanilla. The finish blossom perfume and vanilla.
Manufacturer:Lost Irish is an adventurous Irish Whiskey made from six worlds in three styles to embody the wandering Irish spirit.Our drive for the best led us to experiment with all three styles of Irish Whiskey at once. This combination balances flavour and complexity: grain lends sweetness, malt adds fruitiness, and pot still contributes spice and cream.
Redbreast Pedro Ximenéz (PX) Edition is the first limited edition release from the Iberian Series. The Iberian Series adds a new and exciting chapter to the Redbreast Family story with whiskeys finished in casks sourced from the sun-drenched bodegas of Spain and Portugal, suffused with the natural warmth and sweetness of the Iberian peninsula.
This is the second addition to the 'Spot' range of Irish whiskeys, which contains the famous Green Spot Pot Still Whiskey. The Yellow Spot is a single pot still Irish whiskey which has been matured in three types of cask: American bourbon cask, Spanish Sherry butts and Spanish Malaga casks for a sweeter flavour.
Rich and oaky aromas with deep malty notes, caramelized fruit and woody spice leading to velvety smooth and mellow vanilla oak notes with cinnamon, baked apple, toasted marshmallows and a biscuit sweetness. Finishes rich and warming with a lingering malty sweetness. Enjoy!
Red Spot is one of the flagship expressions from the Spot Whiskey label, which dates its history back to 1805. Historically, spots were painted on the barrels that matured their whiskey below the streets of Dublin to indicate age.
Bottle number four of seven in the Midleton Kylebeg Wood series. This rich and subtly chocolatey pot still whiskey was finished in casks cut from a single native Irish oak – sourced from a managed forest in Country Laois. After felling, this venerable tree was shipped to Spain where it was cut and left to dry in the warm climate of Jerez. After fifteen months, the staves were coopered into hogsheads and sent back to Ireland to be filled with this unique spirit.
“Dair Ghaelach” means quite simply, Irish Oak.While the name may be simple, the story of this whiskey is unique. This whiskey has been finished in casks made from virgin Irish oak grown in Kylebeg Wood on the Ballykilcavan Estate, near Stradbally in Co. Laois.
The Redbreast Kentucky Oak Edition is triple distilled in copper pot stills and matured in American Bourbon barrels and Spanish Oloroso Sherry butts. Then it’s finished for a minimum of 4 months in hand selected, air-dried American Oak from the Taylor family farm in Kentucky.