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Irish Pot Still Whiskey Week: Pot Still 101

Irish Pot Still Whiskey is completely unique to Ireland. What’s the easiest way to describe it? It is made from […]

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Irish Whiskey Awards: Winners

Last night, the 2019 Irish Whiskey Awards took place at the Dingle Distillery in County Kerry. Now in its seventh […]

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Whiskey & Cheese Pairing Evenings This October

As part of Failte Ireland’s ‘Taste the Island’, we are excited to announce a brand new series of Whiskey & […]

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New Whiskey: Method & Madness Wild Cherry Wood Single Pot Still

Experimental microdistillery, Method & Madness, have branched out even further with two new releases this week: Pot Stills finished in […]

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Redbreast 12 Wins Best Whiskey in the World!

They say that no-one does it better than the Irish and, when it comes to whiskey, we have the awards […]

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Writers’ Tears Double Oak whiskey release

Walsh’s Whiskey has just added a new core expression to the Writers’ Tears range. Double Oak will now stand alongside […]

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TOUR UPDATE: The Whiskey & Brunch Experience

Brunch is almost always used as an excuse to have a cheeky drink before noon… and we’re all about that […]

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Red Spot Irish Whiskey Relaunch

Red Spot Irish Whiskey has been reimagined, rekindled and reintroduced this month in the Spot Whiskeys range. The single pot […]

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NEW DISTILLERIES IN IRELAND

It’s no secret that Irish whiskey is experiencing an astonishingly strong renaissance around the world. From just four distilleries in […]

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Famous Figures of Irish Whiskey: John Jameson

“So smooth I would drink it even if my name were not on it” – John Jameson Today Jameson is […]

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Good Friday Drinking Ban in Ireland

In 1927 the sale of alcohol was banned on three days of the year: St. Patrick’s Day, Christmas Day, and […]

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1916 Rising and the Decline of Irish Whiskey

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising. While Irelands history is full of failed rebellions, the […]

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