As with Scotch, Irish blends are the most important whiskies in the category, with Jameson leading the way. Jameson's is made at the Midleton distillery, also home to the other famous Irish blends: Power's, Paddy and Tullamore Dew. Read More »
An aged version of this classic Irish blend made by the Midleton distillery (home of Jameson). "I love the pot still character of Powers, and the 12 year old expression is quite stunning." John Hansell, Malt Advocate Magazine.
A special bottling to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the license to distil aqua vitae in Antrim originally granted in 1608 to Sir Thomas Phillips. Bushmills 1608 has already won 'Best Irish Blended Whiskey (No Age Statement)' at the World Whiskies Awards 2008 and 2012. World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Irish No Age Statement Blended Whiskey
Formerly known as '1780' in reference to the year the original Jameson distillery in Bow Street, Dublin, was founded, this has recently been relaunched as 'Special Reserve'. A smooth, spicy, sweet potstill-based blend.
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.
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 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'.