A mix of bourbon and sherry casks matured for 19 years before the last two years are spent finishing in ex-Madeira casks, this is the top of Bushmill's regular range. World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Irish Single Malt
Introduced by Irish Distillers in 2011 as part of the relaunched range of pot still whiskies, The Barry Crockett Legacy is named for the Midleton master distiller and combines bourbon cask matured whisky with some from a new american oak barrel. A great entry into the Midleton line-up which has been showered with awards since it first appeared on the horizon.
The 2014 edition of Midleton Very Rare. The first to be selected by new Master Distiller, Brian Nation. The flagship blend from Ireland's biggest distillery (home of Jameson), it is a small batch blend released annually, generally to universal acclaim.
Please note this is limited to 1 bottle per customer.
The oldest expression from Redbreast so far, this is a combination of malted and unmalted barley matured in a mixture of Bourbon barrels and first fill Oloroso casks resulting in a rich and complex whiskey.
World Whiskies Awards 2014: Best Pot Still 21yo and Over
A very exciting single cask of Irish whiskey bottled exclusively for The Whisky Exchange. This first fill bourbon cask of single pot still whiskey from Ireland's largest distillery, Midleton, was distilled in November 1991 and bottled at cask strength in October 2012 a month shy of its 21st birthday. A profusion of tropical fruit flavours on a luxurious bed of creamy vanilla.
The ne plus ultra from Jameson, this has been blended with some of the oldest and rarest whiskeys from Jameson's maturing stock - one of which was a pot-still whiskey matured in a port pipe, which adds an extra fruitiness to the final assemblage. More than justifies the price tag - this is one of the greatest Irish whiskies ever bottled, we feel. Whisky Bible Awards 2012: Irish Blend of the Year
An old bottling of blended whiskey from Bushmills in Northern Ireland, bottled at a typically young, for the time, 9 years old. While they're now part of the Diageo family this was produced back before they joined the, at the time, newly formed Irish Distillers group.