ClontarfIrish Whiskey

Though Clontarf Irish Whiskey, Clontarf Single Malt, and Clontarf Reserve all have a slightly different nose, taste and finish, they all share a deliciously smooth taste and equally tempting flavors.

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Truly great accomplishments come through hard work, persistence and dedication. The Clontarf Irish Whiskey family exemplifies the benefits of meticulous care and dedication like no other. The diligence used in crafting the spirits from the purest Irish elements is reflected in their smooth, full flavor.

Though Clontarf Irish Whiskey, Clontarf Single Malt, and Clontarf Reserve all have a slightly different nose, taste and finish, they all share a deliciously smooth taste and equally tempting flavors.

Heritage

The pride taken in making the Clontarf whiskeys is based on a piece of Ireland’s proud history. Clontarf is an ancient village nestled along Dublin Bay's northern shore. It was here in the year 1014 that High King Brian Boru defeated a mighty Viking army - the famous Battle of Clontarf. Today, Clontarf is a suburb of Dublin, the bustling capital of Ireland.

Clontarf Irish Whiskey

The Clontarf family are Irish whiskeys of distinction. The purity of the Irish elements is reflected in their smooth, full flavor. The inspirational marriage of Old World ingredients and New World techniques give the Clontarf whiskeys a style of their own. As tradition dictates, only the finest grain and purest Irish spring water are used in the delicate distillation process. Clontarf is then mellowed through Atlantic Irish oak charcoal. Finally, Clontarf is gently aged in New World bourbon barrels, giving a silky soft texture to this fine range of Irish whiskeys. It’s a true gift of the elements.

Clontarf Irish Whiskey Elements

Grain
The conditions of the high plains of Ireland are ideal for producing the perfect grain. The prevailing westerly wind, the soft showers, the shy bursts of sunshine and the fertile soil all combine to produce grain that is the envy of distillers all over the world.
Water
Ireland has no shortfall of rain. A soft misty type of rain that is carried on the wind from the Atlantic falls every day. It is the quality of this water that gives Clontarf Irish Whiskey its soft taste.
Charcoal
The oak tree is one of the few species that is native to Ireland. Charcoal made from oaks grown along the rugged western Atlantic coast is used to mellow Clontarf.
Barrels
Clontarf is aged in charred bourbon barrels. It softens the taste and leaves the drinker with a smooth and mellow finish.
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