Founded by Belgian whiskey contributor Bert Bruyneel in 2009, Asta Morris found initial success primarily with Scotch bottlings, aided in part with his personal relationship to Billy Walker of Glenallachie. Asta Morris has since ventured into gin and rum bottlings. This is a unique opportunity to experience their dive into Irish liquid. This Asta Morris bottling […]
This Midleton Single Cask 1997 was created for the Finnish market, making it quite rare. It was matured in a refill hogshead cask and was specially selected and signed by Master Distiller Barry Crockett. The bottle is one of the few Single Cask releases directly from Midleton, as opposed to societies and independent bottlers.
This Wicklow Rare blend is a mix of 80% grain whiskey and 20% 10 Year Old malt whiskey. It was matured in ex-bourbon casks for most of its life before being finished in Oloroso Sherry butts. A really lovely whiskey that comes in an elegant bottle.
Triple distilled from the finest Irish barley and pure spring water, this Jameson St. Patrick’s Day Edition of Jameson Irish Whiskey carries the hallmark of quality.
An old Jameson bottling from the last remaining years of production from the now closed Bow St. Distillery. Established in 1780, the area of the distillery grew to about 5 acres in size and was commonly referred to as the city within a city.
This is an old bottle of Jameson Irish Whiskey, produced at Bow Street Distillery, Dublin, destined for the Japanese market. A rare piece of whiskey history which has been bottled at 43% abv.
This is a very special edition of Knappogue Castle of which only 600 bottles were produced. It was created by vatting single malt from 1990, 1991 and 1992. Each and every bottle was then signed and numbered by Mark Andrews, the man who bought the castle and started the distillery.
This astounding Old Bushmills 10 Year Old Single Malt is a fantastic point of reference for beautiful Irish whiskey. It has won countless awards over the years including Best Irish Single Malt Whiskey at the World Whisky Awards.
Tullamore Dew is a hugely popular Irish blended whisky that is adored around the world. It is created by blending together the three main types on Irish whiskey – malt, pot still and golden grain, and then triple distilling for that famous Irish smoothness.
This rare Tullamore Dew Finest Old Irish whiskey 1791 was produced only for the Italian market. Today, it is highly collectible and the liquid inside is to be savoured.
This Jameson 15 Year Old Very Special Old Whiskey is indeed a special bottle that was produced at the Bow Street distillery in the 1970s. It was aged for 15 years and is incredibly hard to come by today. A real piece of Irish history.
This Old Bushmills Imported whiskey is a very old and rare expression from one of Ireland’s most famous distilleries. It’s not often you see one of these about today. A real collector’s item.
This Knappogue Castle 16 Year Old is a single malt whiskey with a sherry finished. It is presented in a 750ml regular bottle and comes with a wooden box.