Sample single pot still or some of Ireland’s inventive finishing techniques with one of these selections from the Fall 2022 Buying Guide.
Archive: Irish Whiskey
Kelley explores his family roots and the turbulent history of Irish whiskey through his ever-growing collection.
These whiskeys matured for 13 to 25 years in first-fill and refill bourbon barrels before a 15 month finish in lightly toasted Irish oak casks.
These Irish whiskeys range in style, score, and price proving there is a bounty of options to choose from every March 17th.
The blended Irish Whiskey has a rich history of collectibility with a series of vintages and ongoing series’.
Carefully managed stocks are leading to highly aged Irish whiskies that can rival scotch and Japanese whiskies with their balance and beauty.
A once forgotten style, single pot still whiskey is making a major comeback as Ireland’s upstart distillers embrace tradition.
Through historic mashbills, creative finishes, the use of peat, and advanced age statements, Irish Whiskey is as exciting as ever.