Irish Whiskey

Home of the world’s oldest licensed distillery – Bushmills, estd. 1608 – Ireland is arguably the birthplace of whiskey distilling as it’s known today! In fact, for a time in the nineteenth century, Irish whiskey was globally considered to be superior to liquid hailing from neighbouring Scotland. This may be, in no small part, due to the softer style of whisky produced on the Emerald Isle.

While Scotch is generally distilled only twice, Irish whiskey is typically triple distilled, removing the ‘heavier’ components of the whisky and resulting in a lighter style of spirit. The use of peat is also less common in the production of Irish whiskey, although not altogether absent. Another important factor in the early success of Irish whiskey is the nation’s advocacy of the pot still, a large example of which was used by early Bushmills distillers to produce a consistently smooth style of whiskey.

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  1. Peaky Blinder Whiskey

    Peaky Blinder Whiskey

    from £29.00
  2. The Sexton

    The Sexton

  3. Bushmills 21 Year Old

    Bushmills 21 Year Old

    Special Price £109.99 Regular Price £160.00
  4. Bushmills 16 Year Old

    Bushmills 16 Year Old Whisky

    Special Price £52.99 Regular Price £75.00
  5. Proper No. Twelve
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    Proper No. Twelve (12) Whiskey

    from £29.00
  6. Yellow Spot

    Yellow Spot

  7. Tullamore DEW 14 Year Old with box

    Tullamore DEW 14 Year Old

  8. Roe & Co.

    Roe & Co.

  9. Green Spot

    Green Spot

  10. Jameson 5cl

    Jameson 5cl

  11. Redbreast 12 Year Old with box

    Redbreast 12 Year Old

  12. Paddy


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  13. Jameson



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