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.
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- TWE Admin, 8th Mar '10
I have dunvilles full bottle with a row of paper gold medals around the bottom of the bottle . Please can you advise me about this.J C.
- anonymous, 7th Mar '10
i have just become the owner of a rare sealed bottle of vintage dunvilles 3 crowns, even came with the original straw packaging, will never open it, i might even sell it to someone who will enjoy its contents, ebay here i come ??
- dave ,,belfast, 26th Nov '09
I was lucky enough to obtain a bottle of Dunville's Three Crowns about 20 years ago.I have about a third of it left.Still tastes fabulous after nearly 80 years in the bottle.A whiskey to drink when sitting on top of Errigle Mountain and watching the last perfect sunset.
- Michael,Belfast, 6th Oct '09
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