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Roe & Co Irish Whiskey is made from the finest hand selected stocks of Irish Malt and Grain Whiskies, 100% of which is aged on Bourbon casks. Bottled at a higher than normal ABV of 45%, making it perfect for making cocktails.
Soft & Sweet, Vanilla Tones with a Slight Spiced Pear Finish.
It has a Silky Smooth Mouthfeel and a Lingering Creamy Aftertaste.
This blend from West Cork has gone through some clever finishing in highly charred bourbon barrels. Each barrel is double charred to 'level 5' which delivers enhanced vanilla flavours, sweetness and smoothness to the whiskey.
Following the fight for freedom from the Crown at the Battle of Kinsale, 1601, seeking aid from allies in Spain, Red Hugh O Donnell, Earl of Tyrconnell, was reputedly poisoned by an Anglo-Irish double-agent & buried in Spain. Red Earl Irish Whiskey, a tribute to his story, is first aged in bourbon, then sherry and finally matured in Rioja casks. Triple-casking delivers roundness of flavour, lengthy finish & an exceptional aroma.
Only the finest triple distilled whiskey distillates have been hand-selected to perfect Lambay Whiskey Small Batch Blend. A blend of malted barley and grain whiskey, is triple distilled, matured in bourbon barrels with a pleasant cognac cask finish. Lambay Island’s Trinity Well water is also used to craft this Irish whiskey making it as unique as the island itself. Non-Chill Filtered | 40% ABV
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Proclamation Irish Whiskey honours both the history and the people behind the birth of the Irish Proclamation. This is a triple distilled blend of the finest grain whiskies from across Ireland. Crafted in small individual batches offering a liquid of complex, yet refined character, aged in new American Oak, offering up a singularly smooth whiskey with a clean taste. Matured in bourbon casks & blended with a touch of sherry finished malt to give a rounded toasted finish.
Hugh "The Great Earl" O'Neill, a celebrated general, was undaunted despite the odds.
Having rescused Red Hugh O'Donnell, following his escape from Dublin Castle, they fought side-by-side with Juandel Aguila, "the Spanish Earl" at the Battle of Kinsale in 1601.
Leaving Ireland in the Flight of the earls in 1607, he died in rome 9 years later, where he is still buried and immortalised in a fresco in Vatican City.
Friends to kings, popes and leader, we have reflected his story in this unique single Grain Irish whiskey, casked in Rechar and virgin Oak then finished in Italian Sangiovese casks, a nod to his final days in Rome.
Great Earl Irish Whiskey, triple-casked, defiantly Irish, unflinching like its namesake.