Whiskey Sale Picks

Read MoreStarting today and continuing through March we have over 50 Irish Whiskeys on offer. There is a lot on offer from old favourites to new additions with pricing starting at just EUR19.95 for the excellent Kilbeggan blended Irish whiskey.
There is a lot of whiskey to choose from, of note are a pair of whiskeys that are soon to be gone. These limited release whiskeys are no longer in production. Nothing lasts forever, these are two great whiskeys you should buy now before they are gone.
Teeling Brabazon 1
Irish whiskey is experiencing a renaissance with many new distilleries setting up, showcasing the diverse range of whiskey now produced on the island. Teeling, winners of over 60 international awards over the last three years, are placing themselves at the forefront of this movement. Their goal is to produce a collection of whiskeys that illustrate the breadth of choice and the different styles and flavours that Irish whiskey has to offer.
Teeling Whiskey is dedicated to bringing new and innovative flavours, to Irish Whiskey. Inspired by both traditional and unconventional techniques in distillation and maturation through unique cask finishes, Teeling Whiskey is creating small batch bottlings of true character, never tasted before, raising the bar for Irish Whiskey with over 250 International Whiskey awards.
The Brabazon series focused on creating a full flavoured experience that pays homage to the unique and distinct role that fortified wines can have on the taste of Irish whiskey. The first in the series focus on the influence of ex-sherry casks and was limited to 12,500 bottles. This is a whiskey with rich character with clear sherry influence. Expect plenty of dried fruit alongside marmalade and peach with toffee, mixed spice and toasted wood.

Dingle Single Malt Batch 4
For another pioneer of the Irish whiskey revival, being the first of the new breed of distillers to start producing liquid. The first spirit ran from the three distinctive, hand-crafted copper pot stills in November 2012. Dingle consider themselves an artisan distiller, producing in smaller batches. Just 12,000 bottles of batch 4 were released in Ireland. However, it is not the limited availability but rather the quality of the liquid that makes each release so sought after.
This single malt whiskey is a marriage of whiskeys aged in separate casks Bourbon, port and sherry cask. Specifically, across four cask types – Basil Hayden bourbon, Pedro Ximenez, Oloroso and Port. Dingle Single malt delivers creamy vanilla sweetness matched with dried fruit, apricot and sultanas, and a smooth oak character.

Please note prices are correct at time of publishing. Offers end 29th March 2020, please check our website or stores for the most up to date pricing.

Starting today and continuing through March we have over 50 Irish Whiskeys on offer. There is a lot on offer from old favourites to new additions with pricing starting at just EUR19.95 for the excellent Kilbeggan blended Irish whiskey.

There is a lot of whiskey to choose from, of note are a pair of whiskeys that are soon to be gone. These limited release whiskeys are no longer in production. Nothing lasts forever, these are two great whiskeys you should buy now before they are gone.

Irish whiskey is experiencing a renaissance with many new distilleries setting up, showcasing the diverse range of whiskey now produced on the island. Teeling, winners of over 60 international awards over the last three years, are placing themselves at the forefront of this movement. Their goal is to produce a collection of whiskeys that illustrate the breadth of choice and the different styles and flavours that Irish whiskey has to offer.

Teeling Whiskey is dedicated to bringing new and innovative flavours, to Irish Whiskey. Inspired by both traditional and unconventional techniques in distillation and maturation through unique cask finishes, Teeling Whiskey is creating small batch bottlings of true character, never tasted before, raising the bar for Irish Whiskey with over 250 International Whiskey awards.

The Brabazon series focused on creating a full flavoured experience that pays homage to the unique and distinct role that fortified wines can have on the taste of Irish whiskey. The first in the series focus on the influence of ex-sherry casks and was limited to 12,500 bottles. This is a whiskey with rich character with clear sherry influence. Expect plenty of dried fruit alongside marmalade and peach with toffee, mixed spice and toasted wood.

For another pioneer of the Irish whiskey revival, being the first of the new breed of distillers to start producing liquid. The first spirit ran from the three distinctive, hand-crafted copper pot stills in November 2012. Dingle consider themselves an artisan distiller, producing in smaller batches. Just 12,000 bottles of batch 4 were released in Ireland. However, it is not the limited availability but rather the quality of the liquid that makes each release so sought after.

This single malt whiskey is a marriage of whiskeys aged in separate casks Bourbon, port and sherry cask. Specifically, across four cask types – Basil Hayden bourbon, Pedro Ximenez, Oloroso and Port. Dingle Single malt delivers creamy vanilla sweetness matched with dried fruit, apricot and sultanas, and a smooth oak character.

Please note prices are correct at time of publishing. Offers end 29th March 2020, please check our website or stores for the most up to date pricing.

Starting today and continuing through March we have over 50 Irish Whiskeys on offer. There is a lot on offer from old favourites to new additions with pricing starting at just EUR19.95 for the excellent Kilbeggan blended Irish whiskey.
There is a lot of whiskey to choose from, of note are a pair of whiskeys that are soon to be gone. These limited release whiskeys are no longer in production. Nothing lasts forever, these are two great whiskeys you should buy now before they are gone.
Teeling Brabazon 1
Irish whiskey is experiencing a renaissance with many new distilleries setting up, showcasing the diverse range of whiskey now produced on the island. Teeling, winners of over 60 international awards over the last three years, are placing themselves at the forefront of this movement. Their goal is to produce a collection of whiskeys that illustrate the breadth of choice and the different styles and flavours that Irish whiskey has to offer.
Teeling Whiskey is dedicated to bringing new and innovative flavours, to Irish Whiskey. Inspired by both traditional and unconventional techniques in distillation and maturation through unique cask finishes, Teeling Whiskey is creating small batch bottlings of true character, never tasted before, raising the bar for Irish Whiskey with over 250 International Whiskey awards.
The Brabazon series focused on creating a full flavoured experience that pays homage to the unique and distinct role that fortified wines can have on the taste of Irish whiskey. The first in the series focus on the influence of ex-sherry casks and was limited to 12,500 bottles. This is a whiskey with rich character with clear sherry influence. Expect plenty of dried fruit alongside marmalade and peach with toffee, mixed spice and toasted wood.

Dingle Single Malt Batch 4
For another pioneer of the Irish whiskey revival, being the first of the new breed of distillers to start producing liquid. The first spirit ran from the three distinctive, hand-crafted copper pot stills in November 2012. Dingle consider themselves an artisan distiller, producing in smaller batches. Just 12,000 bottles of batch 4 were released in Ireland. However, it is not the limited availability but rather the quality of the liquid that makes each release so sought after.
This single malt whiskey is a marriage of whiskeys aged in separate casks Bourbon, port and sherry cask. Specifically, across four cask types – Basil Hayden bourbon, Pedro Ximenez, Oloroso and Port. Dingle Single malt delivers creamy vanilla sweetness matched with dried fruit, apricot and sultanas, and a smooth oak character.

Please note prices are correct at time of publishing. Offers end 29th March 2020, please check our website or stores for the most up to date pricing.

Cut to the Pancakes

Found this glass skull I had stuffed away for a few years. Decided to fill it with my newest tequila.