A beautiful looking bottle of Jameson's three star whiskey, released back in the 1960s. It's proudly marked with an age statement, unlike many whiskies of the era, claiming 'Not a drop is sold till it's seven years old'.
A bottle of Reid Wright's Green Seal Irish Whiskey, which we estimate was bottled in the 1960s. This is classified on the label as very old matured special liqueur Irish Whiskey. The brand was established in 1700 by Reid Wright & Holloway Distillers.
A historic bottling of Midleton Very Rare. This was the very first release and was bottled in 1984. Only a small quantity is released each year and as each bottle carries the vintage, these are becoming ever increasingly collectable.
An old bottle of Jameson's whiskey which was bottled sometime in the 1940s for export to the US. This whiskey has been aged for a minimum of 7 years and has been bottled at a rather interesting strength of 87 proof (43.5%).
A real museum piece - Dunville's was produced by Dunville & Co. at the Royal Irish Distillery in Belfast, which operated from the 1870s but closed in the 1930s, so this would have been some of the last stocks to be produced. A dram of Irish distilling history.
Coleraine was once so prized it was the only Irish whiskey supplied to the House of Commons, however the distillery fell on hard times after WWII. This very rare cask strength edition was distilled in 1959 and bottled in 1993, fifteen years after the distillery's closure, although single malt had not been made there since the mid-1960s. A true collector's item, only 400 bottles were produced.