Tag Archives: Pot Still

Best Irish Whiskeys For Under $60

Redbreast 12YO

The Top 5 In Ireland’s Premium, But Affordable Whiskeys By Richard Thomas One of the minor paradoxes of whiskey is how a given sector might have dozens, perhaps hundreds of premium expressions on the market, but the overwhelming bulk of what gets made and sold is concentrated in a small handful of names on the mass market end of the ...

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Redbreast Lustau Irish Whiskey Review

Redbreast Lustau

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Just as Jameson is priming the pump of the Irish whiskey resurgence (Jameson accounts for 78% of all Irish whiskey sales in the U.S.), stablemate Redbreast is carrying the standard for the revival of single pot still whiskey. Within that category, sherry cask aged whiskeys play a key role. Stock drawn from sherry butts are ...

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Redbreast Expands With New Sherry-Finished Expression

Redbreast has introduced a new, permanent expression to its decorated Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey family; Redbreast Lustau Edition. Matured initially in a combination of exceptional ex-Bourbon and ex-Oloroso sherry casks, Redbreast Lustau Edition has been wholly finished for one year in prized, first-fill sherry butts from Bodegas Lustau in Jerez, the sherry capital of the world. Redbreast Lustau represents ...

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Walsh Whiskey Distillery Formally Opens Today

Whiskey distilling officially returned to Ireland’s County Carlow after a two century absence today as Bernard and Rosemary Walsh, the founders of Walsh Whiskey, officially opened their €25 million Irish whiskey distillery by the banks of the River Barrow. The Royal Oak-based facility is now distilling Walsh Whiskey Distillery’s whiskeys, The Irishman and Writers Tears, which are already sold in ...

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