Bushmills Original Whiskey
While Bushmills has an incredible, broad array of whiskies in their portfolio, we suggest sticking to the OG, Bushmills Original. A recipe that dates back pre-Prohibition, the original bottling of this iconic Irish whiskey features a lighter palette that speaks of fresh berries, oatmeal and subtle vanilla notes, making it a perfect starting point for Irish Whiskey novices.
Redbreast 12-Year-Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
Matured in sherry and bourbon seasoned oak casks for 12 years, Redbreast’s single pot still is an intensely flavorful Irish whisky to add to your repertoire. Made from a mash mix of malted barley and unmalted barley, Redbreast is then triple distilled in copper pots, yielding a sweet-and-spicy character.
Knappogue Castle 21 Years
Bottled at 92 proof and non-chill filtered, this limited-edition release is a top-notch choice to celebrate ANY occasion with. An artful blend of two single malts distilled in copper pot stills then matured in ex-bourbon casks, Knappogue’s 21-Year-Old Single Malt is a prime example of why Irish single malts deserve every bit as much attention as their Celtic brethren across the Irish Sea.
Green Spot Single Pot Irish Whiskey
Nicely rounded and flavorful, this single pot whiskey is a perfect introduction to the Irish tipple. Distilled from malted and umalted barley, Green Spot is comprised of no age statement mix of whiskies aged between 7 and 10 years. A nose of sweet green apple, pear, coconut and crisp wood shavings, this single pot has a long, spicy finish that can be enjoyed neat or with a splash of water.
Teeling Single Pot Still Whiskey
Distilled in the heart of Dublin, this young distillery caught our eye with its unconventional approaches on classic Irish style whiskies. Unlike your typical single pot, Teeling’s 50:50 mash bill comprised of malted and unmalted barley is aged using a combination of three different oak treatments (American Virgin Oak, Bourbon, and Sherry casks), producing a unique aroma. On the palate, you’ll instantly find solid notes of salted caramel, spiced cakes, and apple and followed by a sweet finish.
The Tyrconnell Single Malt Irish Whiskey
This superb Irish single malt has made a comeback like the 1876 winner of “The National Produce Stakes” Irish horse for whom the brand is named after. This elevated, yet approachable single malt yields a wonderfully smooth palate with a creamy character and hint of spice worth savoring.
Slane Irish Whiskey
Triple casked in virgin, seasoned whiskey, & Oloroso sherry barrels for 2 years, Slane Irish Whiskey is the latest Irish import that has stolen our hearts. Rare for an Irish whiskey, the virgin oak barrels create a distinct, robust flavor yielding a nice touch of sweetness with a full flavor profile.
We can’t find a single thing wrong with this single malt! With notes of dried fruit, honeycomb, and nuts, The Sexton Single Malt Whiskey has an uncommon complexity and is rich in flavor designed in one of the best-looking bottles we’ve seen on the market. Best of all, it was created by Alex Thomas, one of the leading female master blenders in the industry.
Proper No. 12
This whiskey is a knock-out! Founder Conor McGregor was looking for a proper Irish whiskey that paid homage to his hometown, and he did just that. Proper No. 12 is described as a smooth balanced whiskey with hints of vanilla, honey-like sweetness, and toasted wood. Get into the ring and try it for yourselves!
Writers Tears Copper Pot
Produced in the heart of Ireland’s southern farm country by the folks at Walsh Distillery (also the creators of The Irishmen) Writers Tears Cooper Pot is one of our favorite, award-winning whiskies from the Emerald Isle and with good reason. A mix of single pot still and sweet floral single malt whiskeys vatted in aged ex-bourbon casks sans any grain whiskey, the combination creates a full-flavored whiskey with honeyed, fruity notes.