When The Irishman Met The Sicilian

Walsh Whiskey Distillery has released two, new, very limited edition, super-premium expressions from The Irishman range. Both were finished in handpicked Marsala wine ‘hogshead’ casks from the Florio winery in Sicily which is owned by Walsh Whiskey Distillery’s strategic partner Illva Saronno. Hogshead casks are larger than standard whiskey casks, however with evaporation accounting forContinue reading “When The Irishman Met The Sicilian”

Jameson Restructures Its Portfolio With New Family Of Irish Whiskeys

  Jameson has unveiled a new structure to its family of Irish Whiskeys, representing a unique re-interpretation of the super-premium whiskey category. The new portfolio is made up of The Whiskey Makers Series, the range of Heritage whiskeys and The Deconstructed Series with the original Jameson Irish Whiskey at the core. Together, the new portfolioContinue reading “Jameson Restructures Its Portfolio With New Family Of Irish Whiskeys”

Drombeg Tasting Notes

Theres many an Irish liqueur out on the shelves these days, Baileys probably springs to most minds, but theirs a relatively new brand shaking the branches, and is coming at a new angle than the traditional ‘cream liqueurs’. Drombeg is a natural, hand-crafted liqueur that is infused from Irish oak and sweet distillate using Irish spring water. Created byContinue reading “Drombeg Tasting Notes”

Yellow Spot Tasting Notes

Lately i’ve been lucky enough to experience the return of Yellow Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey. Below is the press release, and underneath that i have added my tasting notes – Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard has announced a return to the fold for the revered Yellow Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, which hasContinue reading “Yellow Spot Tasting Notes”

Irish Whiskey Tasting at Kro 2

Last night was Kro Bar’s monthly whiskey tasting night involving a range of whiskey from the Irish based Cooley Distillery. For those of you who don’t know what Kro Bar is, they’re a Danish family business who specialise in Danish food and beer. A popular idea, they’ve expanded from 1 outlet to 5 in theContinue reading “Irish Whiskey Tasting at Kro 2”