Pure pot still is the only style of whiskey that is exclusively made in Ireland. Where single malt is produced from 100% malted barley, pure pot still whiskey uses a mix of malted and unmalted barley. This mixed mashbill gives the whisky a distinctive spiciness known as ‘potstill character’. Read More »
An impressive revamp in the packaging for historic single pot still Irish whiskey Green Spot, which is no longer only available in Dublin grocer Mitchell's and will surely benefit from the increased marketing muscle lavished on it by owners Irish distillers. A cult whiskey. World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Irish No Age Statement Pot Still Whiskey
Redbreast is a beautifully balanced pure pot still Irish Whiskey, with a warm, generous texture, rich, sweet flavours and a spicy kick. In the view of many connoisseurs, the finest Irish whiskey available.
A single pot still incarnation of Powers whisky, named for the now-defunct old Powers distillery. This is a very classy whiskey made using a combination of bourbon and oloroso sherry cask matured spirit. ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER
Whisky Bible Awards 2012 - Irish Whiskey of the Year
A second entry into the 'Spot' range, aged for 12 years and made up in part from spirit matured in malaga casks for a sweet and moreish dram.
This is restricted to ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER
Malt Advocate 19th Annual Awards: Irish Whiskey of the Year
A sumptuous single pot still whiskey with a great degree of ageing, Redbreast 15 is richer, earthier and stronger than its 12 year old sibling. An essential part of any whiskey-drinker's education. World Whiskies Awards 2012 - Best Irish 13 to 20 years Pot Still Whiskey IWSC 2012 - Gold Medal - Whiskey - Irish
A follow-up release to the award-winning and rightly popular batch B1/11, this is the second bottling 12 year old Cask Strength whiskey from Redbreast. A rich and complex single pot still Irish whiskey, packed full of flavour and a big favourite at TWE.
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.
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.
An unboxed version of the Dungourney 1964, a special whisky bottled from a cask that Barry Crockett found when wandering the warehouses in 1994 - it had been distilled 30 years earlier by his father and then missed off the stock lists when they moved distilleries in the 1970s...
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. This Three Crowns bottling was pure potstill whisky with some noticeable sherry cask influence. A dram of Irish distilling history.
A cracking pure pot still whiskey from Midleton in County Cork, home of Jameson and the rest of the Irish Distillers portfolio. Distilled in 1973, aged for 25 years and bottled in 1998 from a single cask - rare and rightfully lauded.
A very special and rare single cask release of whiskey from Cork's Midleton distillery, home to Jameson amongst others, distilled in 1969, aged for 30 years and bottled just in time for the millennium in 1999.