Tullamore Dew

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Irish Whiskey
Tullamore Dew
Web Exclusive Price £21.95 £18.29 ex VAT
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Tullamore Dew is a resoundingly popular Irish blend, particularly in overseas markets, where it is second only to Jameson. Very approachable.

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Ireland

Tullamore Dew Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Tim Forbes, World Whiskies Awards 2012

    Restrained apple & blackcurrant leafy nose. Lovely silky palate. Soft and spicy finish.

34 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    4 days ago

    Whats the difference between Tullamore Dew and Tullamore Dew Single Malt? Does anyone have an idea? Anyway, Just tried this whisky yesterday and I was also blown away like a super typhoon Haiyan, tastes so smooth and punches like manny.

  • 5
    7 days ago

    I am a Glenlivet person and have always been. I was asked to try Tullamore Single Malt on Saint Patrick''s day. I was blown away by the smooth and savory flavor. I never thought I would ever drink anything other than Glenlivet but Tullamore Single Malt has changed my mind. I now have two favor libations!

  • 4
    7 March

    This is my first time enjoying this beverage, and I am Pleasantly surprised with the polished flavor. It is crisp like fall harvest and is just as divine. I recommend on the rocks as a nice change up to Jameson.

  • 5
    6 March

    No finer everyday nippin'' whiskey than the Dew. And the twelve year blended Reserve has no equal for neat toasts on those special times with comrades & friends.

  • 3
    1 March

    I really like the taste of this Irish And his key--I always have--but I really hate the pour. Superior whiskey needs the right pour. JS

  • 4
    25 February

    Great for Irish Coffees

  • 5
    18 January

    Smooth and yet lively, easy sipping with a wonderful finish. One of the finest whiskys I''ve ever encountered.

  • 5
    17 January

    Cheer... Salute .... And enjoy..... The best.

  • 4
    1 January

    This whiskey is much improved. It has noticeably changed since the label and bottle design were recently altered and is more smooth and flavoursome. The label now states it is a blend of grain, potstill and malt whiskey. I hope it can stay this good when it moves home to Tullamore.

  • 5
    2 December 2014

    Who needs scotch when you have Tullamore Dew. What a smooth whisky it is full of flavour with a lovely sweet after taste

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