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Whisky Advocate: "Like the Writers Tears reviewed in this issue, this is from an independent company linked to renowned whiskey maker Bernard Walsh. It is described as of a style popular in James Joyce's Dublin (hence the name). Grain whiskey was a no-no at that time, so this uses no grain and is a mix of malt and pot still whiskeys. For its price and strength it is amazing — a big-hearted and full-flavored whiskey with an oily, apple-y pot still heart and cinnamon, nutmeg, and pepper spices. (DS, Summer 2012)" K&L Notes: The elusive Writer's Tears Pot ...
Price: $39.99

Redbreast 27 Year Old Cask Strength Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey (750ml)
Top Pick!
93 points Whisky Advocate: "This new permanent addition to the Redbreast range is partially matured in ruby port casks, which have helped the vitality and the complexity of the finished whiskey while still delivering a remarkable intensity of red berry fruit. Orange peel, pine cone, vanilla, and walnut on the nose. Raspberry, cherry, plums, and active spices like a wildfire across the tongue, with pepper and chile heightened by the strength and menthol late on the finish. (JM)" (06/2020)
Price: $499.99
Limit of 2 per customer

96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Complex, robust, and hard to put down, this sipper offers big, buttery, toasty flavor. Look for crème brûlée and custard, caramel apple and brioche rounding into a gently spiced finish. Limited production. (KN)" (02/2017) K&L Notes: Created in 1984 by Master Distiller Emeritus Barry Crockett, Midleton Very Rare is the ultimate expression of his art and expertise. Once a year, Master Distiller Brian Nation honours Barry’s vision by handpicking only the finest and rarest whiskeys from the Midleton Distillery warehouses and car...
Price: $189.99

91 points Whisky Advocate: "This elegant, well-balanced Dingle is created from whiskey matured in bourbon, sherry, and port casks which bring out orange zest, cherry gummies, vanilla, strawberry, barley sugar, and a good rub of ground aromatic spices on the nose. Baked fruits, taffy, strawberry, raspberry coulis, clove, and pepper open up, leading to shortbread sweetness, candied peel, and more sherry fruit, while perky spices are left to carry through on the finish. (JM, Winter 2019)" K&L Notes: GOLD MEDAL BEST NEW IRISH WHISKY | Irish Whiskey Awards 2...
Price: $99.99

The Teeling Family has been in whiskey for centuries. In 1782, Walter Teeling opened the family's first distillery in Dublin and over two hundred years later John Teeling opened the Cooley Distillery in County Louth. After selling his beloved distillery to spirits giant Beam Inc., Mr. Teeling wasted no time before jumping back on the whiskey train. This time at the helm is Jack Teeling, John's son. The result is this lovely, innovative new whiskey. Clearly, the Teelings' have access like no one else and thank god because he's now cranking out this wonde...
Price: $34.99

94 points Whisky Advocate: "This blend of single malt and pot still whiskeys exhibits the incredible synergy between chocolate, cinnamon, and pot still spices. Vinous at times from partial cognac-cask maturation, this has aromas of dark berry fruit, cinnamon, fudge, milk chocolate, malt biscuits, jellied fruit, and a smudge of dry spices. Compelling, well-structured whiskey, with cinnamon, chocolate, dark toffee, pepper, and ginger. It’s never cloying, nor overly sweet, just a richly rewarding glass. (JM, Fall 2019) "
Price: $59.99

Redbreast 21 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey (750ml)
Top Pick!
93 points Whisky Advocate: "Honey, vanilla, peppercorn, Golden Delicious apples, macadamia nut, green banana, and clove-spiked orange. The flavors are bright with green apple, banana, vanilla, and citrus, developing a delicious creaminess to support the pot still spices. The creaminess really crowns this older whiskey as something special, with the bourbon wood playing a greater role than in younger, jammier Redbreasts. The finish is wonderfully long and warming, with spice, tangy orange, and oak. (JM, Summer 2020)" (06/2020) 93 points Wine Enthusiast:...
Price: $219.99

Claimed to be the world's oldest distilled drink - Poitín is the father of Irish whiskey (AKA - moonshine as we'd call it in the USA). First made by Irish monks in the 6th century in monastaries like Glendalough it was known as Uisce beatha or aqua vitae in Latin - the water of life. Today Glendalough's Poitín is triple distilled in a traditional copper pot-still using malted barley and pure spring water. It has a slightly floral nose with pretty and heady fruit tones. The taste is shockingly smooth and mellow given the 55%. Again a surprisingly fruity e...
Price: $32.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Attention wine-lovers: Meet an Irish whiskey aged in former Bordeaux wine barrels—specifically, barrels from Château Léoville Barton, established by native Irishman Thomas Barton in 1725. The end result is a grassy, bright whiskey with a baked pear note mid¬palate and a subtly smoky finish. (KN)" (03/2017) Whisky Advocate: "Mitchell & Son’s classic whiskey finished for 1 to 2 years in wine casks formerly used by the Barton family in the St-Julien appellation. Spiced apple, redcurrant, blushing pink young raspberries, with a ...
Price: $89.99
Limit of 3 per customer

93 points Whisky Advocate: "The 120-year-old sherry house Lustau originally operated as an almacenista, but now produces a broad portfolio of wine styles in Jerez. The nose is intensely fragrant, bursting with fat dates and squidgy prunes, red apple and Battenburg cake. It’s fruity, yet bone dry, with oak, walnut, and spices. This is full-bodied yet refined Redbreast: the Spanish oak sherry butts shaping the red berry fruits, apples, marzipan, and creamy yet oily consistency. Clean, sweet oloroso finish. Qué delicioso! (JM, Winter 2016) " 91 points Wine...
Price: $64.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "An easy-drinking cask-strength whiskey, the nose has an equal balance between fruit and spice, as red apple and bright cherry meet Chinese five spice, savory undertones, and salted nuts. This has big, chewy sherry notes; it’s quite nutty, and the spice starts building early on. Hold out till the end for black cherry, toffee, and burnt fruitcake, with a finish of autumnal fruits, menthol, and aniseed. (JM, Summer 2020)" (06/2020) 90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Straight up, this cask-strength whiskey is crazy hot, almost too hot ...
Price: $64.99

The new project by Bruichladdich front man Mark Reynier is an exercise in extreme terroir (or TÉIREOIR in Gaelic). Using barley grown on one specific farm the Single Farm Origin series offer an uber-provenance experience exploring the significance of place in barley and whiskey production. These intentionally spirit forward whiskies are completely unadulterated - no coloring, chill-filtration or any additives whatsoever. Dunmore Edition 1.1 was grown by John Tynan in County Laois. John Tynan’s barley fields contain an early medieval fort that lends the t...
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The new project by Bruichladdich front man Mark Reynier is an exercise in extreme terroir (or TÉIREOIR in Gaelic). Using barley grown on one specific farm the Single Farm Origin series offer an uber-provenance experience exploring the significance of place in barley and whiskey production. These intentionally spirit forward whiskies are completely unadulterated - no coloring, chill-filtration or any additives whatsoever. Rathclogh Edition 1.1 was grown by Richard Raftice. The situated in an area of strategic military importance, Rathclogh farm (Stone For...
Price: $89.99

The West Cork Distillery started as a pet project by John O’ Connell, Denis McCarthy, and Ger McCarthy in 2003 in Union Hall, West Cork. In 2013, after much expansion, WCD moved to a larger distillery in Skibbereen, West Cork where it now resides. It now operates as only one of two independent distilleries in Ireland. That means they actually make their own whiskey that somehow, someway costs about the same as a bottle of 10-year-old Bushmills, despite the fact that they're an independent distillery with heaven knows how much debt and overhead to account...
Price: $26.99

The new project by Bruichladdich front man Mark Reynier is an exercise in extreme terroir (or TÉIREOIR in Gaelic). Using barley grown on one specific farm the Single Farm Origin series offer an uber-provenance experience exploring the significance of place in barley and whiskey production. These intentionally spirit forward whiskies are completely unadulterated - no coloring, chill-filtration or any additives whatsoever. Farmer Ned Murphy's Dunbell Farm (Dún Bile, edge fort) lies east of the River Nore in County Kilkenny. The site of a 5th century monast...
Price: $89.99

The Shed Distillery of PJ Rigney sits on the shores of Lough Allen in rural Drumshanbo. They’ve been patiently distilling and maturing the first whisky coming out of Connacht province in Western Ireland for over a century. This traditional Single Pot Irish Whiskey is worth the wait. The blend of malted and unmalted Irish barley sees a bit of Barra Irish Oats as well for a creamy addition to the texture and added depth of flavor. Matured in first fill ex Bourbon and Oloroso casks this is a superb example of Ireland’s distilling renaissance.
Price: $59.99

Producer notes: "Made from 100% Malted Barley from a range of different ages including Malt whiskey distilled in 1991. Aim to produce the most flavoursome NA Irish Single Malt based on our innovative maturation/finishing techniques while retaining the distinctive Irish smoothness. Consists of a vatting of 5 different wine cask (Sherry, Port, Madeira, White Burgundy, Cabernet Sauvignon) finished Irish Malt whiskeys. Like all the Teeling whiskeys it is bottled at 46% with no chill filtration allowing for all the natural flavours of the whiskey to be retain...
Price: $49.99

The famous Irish Brigade is one of the oldest and most awarded military units in the history of the United States. Founded in 1849 as the New York State Irish Militia, the 69th has fought as a U.S. Army infantry regiment in major engagements from the Civil War to modern day. It's armory is located on Lexington Ave in New York City. This new whiskey was created to celebrate and give back to the Regiment. A dollar for every bottle goes back to the Regiment and right now every dollar goes to New York COVID relief. As for the whiskey, it hails from a small u...
Price: $29.99

Whisky Advocate: "Honey, baklava, lemongrass, artichoke, vanilla, herbal stems, and Turkish delight make for a thought-provoking glass of whiskey. Sipping reveals a gentle, fruity delight; this is silky smooth and packed with dried fruits, mango, papaya, vanilla, light caramel, pleasant spices, and as it unwinds, it oozes honey and sweetness. As the honey and peppery spices fade on the finish, a hint of mint appears. (JM, Fall 2018)"
Price: $89.99

96 points Whisky Advocate: "Very elegant, complex, and stylish. Honeyed and silky in texture, with toffee, toasted marshmallow, nougat, maple syrup, banana bread, and a hint of toasted coconut. Bright fruit and golden raisin blend in nicely with the layers of sweetness. Impeccable balance and very approachable. Classic Irish whiskey! *Value Pick* (JH, Winter 2010) " 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "From county Cork comes this bartender favorite. Look for a vibrant golden color and enticing honeysuckle and buttery brioche aroma. This whiskey feels soft and se...
Price: $49.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The bold, fruit aroma suggests fresh-cut apples and honeysuckle, while the silky palate offers deep, bold flavor. Look for dark honey and clove, edging into tea, oak and cocoa midpalate. Apple freshness brightens the dry finish. An ice cube is the only adornment needed for this well-structured, tasty sipper. *Best Spirits of 2017* (KN)" (03/2017) 91 points Whisky Advocate: "Roll out the red carpet, because Green Spot is coming to town. Baked apple, spiced sultanas, lush green lawns, and ripe green fruits greet the nose. It’s...
Price: $49.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "Redbreast 12 year old is a classic pure pot still Irish whiskey; where can you go from there? This new 15 year old expression is more muscular (bottling at 46% and not chill filtering certainly helps), but there are trade-offs. It’s a bit closed on the nose (like a great Bordeaux wine that’s too young). I do enjoy the silky/oily texture, the bold resinous oak spice grip on the finish, and the rich nutty toffee, fig, black raspberry, chocolaty, chewy nougat throughout the palate. (JH, Winter 2010)" 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "...
Price: $79.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Best Buy Recommendation. An easy, elegant sipper, look for a gentle vanilla-caramel-almond profile on the nose and palate as well as a silky feel. Mild baked pear and dried apricot midpalate wind into a cinnamon and clove finish. Sip or mix." K&L Notes: Slane is the result of a fabulous partnership. The family Conyngham of Slane Castle and the whiskey savants of Brown Forman have come together to produce a truly excellent addition to the Irish Whiskey world. Triple casked in a combination of virgin oak with a unique medium ch...
Price: $24.99

90 points Whisky Advocate: "One of Cooley’s finest efforts. Moderate doses of kiln smoke, dried turf, and kippers, tamed by vanilla cream, barley, and a buttery, olive oil texture. Subtle spices dance on the palate. Lingering smoky, white pepper finish. Islay meets Ireland. " K&L Notes: Then this small distillery opened up, staunchly independent, and starts doing things unheard of in Ireland. Instead of making traditional Irish whiskey (triple-distilled, non-smoky, and with a pot still whiskey component), they started making very scotch-like whiskey (do...
Price: $69.99

93 points Whisky Advocate: "Vanilla, white pear, meringue, caramel, and lots more toasted oak flavors with nutmeg, clove, and pepper. This is fruity and sweet with orange, pomegranate, and caramel, then a wild, crazy rush of spices. It has a bold and generous nature, moving from lime zest to grapefruit, with dry oak to finish. (JM, Summer 2020)" K&L Notes: Midelton's premium bottlings set the standard for excellence from the Emerald Isle. The Very Rare is one of the most iconic top-shelf Irish whiskeys on the market, so one can only imagine what the res...
Price: $319.99
Limit of 2 per customer

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "The former Bourbon barrels used to mature this whiskey were 'charred and double charred,' the producer says, to coax more from the barrel wood. Look for an almost piña colada-like effect: coconut and tropical fruit aromas, and a rich, honey-soaked palate that shows caramelized pineapple and dried apricot. *Best Buy* (KN)" (03/2019) 91 points Whisky Advocate: "Sumptuously rich and intense whiskey emerges from these double-charred casks; a seduction of butterscotch, treacle, toasted nuts, scorched coconut, raisin, and vanilla ...
Price: $42.99


93 points Wine Enthusiast: "The story behind this whiskey reflects a tale of two islands: First, the spirit is aged on Lambay Island, off the coast of Dublin. The whiskey is then finished in Cognac casks from Île de Ré, off the coast of France. While the finished result doesn’t exactly sing of the salty sea, it’s a pleasing sipper nonetheless, with a dark honey hue, bold, fruity aroma and drying palate mixing cedar with big, red apple bite and a long, robust vanilla-and-clove exit. (KN)" (03/2019) 90 points Whisky Advocate: "Spicier and darker than the...
Price: $49.99

Waterford is the newest whiskey project from Bruichladdich front man Mark Reynier. IN their Arcadian series they sought farmers whose ethos, way of life and use of the traditional farming technics in the pursuit of quality over yield and consistency, offer an unprecedented exploration of the flavor potential offered by the highest possible raw materials single malt single malt canoffer. Gaia, the divine personification of Mother Earth, represents a future of sustainable production for an industry that's never considered the needs of our planet in advance...
Price: $99.99

Midelton's premium bottlings set the standard for excellence from the Emerald Isle. The Very Rare is one of the most iconic top-shelf Irish whiskeys on the market, so one can only imagine what the results are like when they take that same fanatical approach to perfection and apply it to an ultra-limited spirit aged in hand-crafted oak from their own backyard. From the Producer: "The latest chapter of the Midleton Dair Ghaelach story takes us to the beautiful and ancient Vale of Clara, where the Knockrath estate lies hidden amidst the dramatic landscape ...
Price: $319.99
Limit of 2 per customer

91 points Whisky Advocate: "From Calistoga, California to County Cork, this zinfandel-finished whiskey has bramble, damson jam, red apple, and glacé cherry, with cake mix, flaked almonds, and a steel-tipped edge of spice. Red apple, lemon peel, pithy orange, and crunchy red apple, teasing spice, with just a suggestion of mint mingled into the dry, spicy finish. First Saint-Julien, then Napa; where will Green Spot take our taste buds next? (JM, Spring 2018)" K&L Notes: The fabulous flavor of Midleton Distillery's Green Spot Irish whiskey meets the zinfan...
Price: $89.99
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The Method and Madness line from Pernod's Irish Distillers (the maker of Midleton, Redbreast, and Jameson among many other top flight Irish whiskies) was first released in Ireland in 2017. It's finally made it to the United States. The project allows the masters at Midleton room to experiment with unique mashbills, distillation, and wood profiles outside of the traditional bounds of their staple products. Essentially there is a microdistillery within the walls of Midleton. Three unique expressions are in the first available flight in the US. The Single M...
Price: $69.99

94 points Whisky Advocate: "Wow! Could this be the greatest comeback since Rocky climbed back in the ring and showed the young upstarts who was the boss? It's taken Irish Distillers a long time to respond to the pounding it's taken from Cooley but it's back in the ring with two wonderful pot still whiskeys. This is the better of the two, a whopping oily, woody package of classic pot still Irishness. The green fruits tumble over tannin and spice like frisky puppies. (Vol. 20, #3) " 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "A dark, moody, almost Scotch-like take on Iri...
Price: $59.99

The Glendalough Distillery was set up by a group of friends from Wicklow and Dublin with a passion for reviving the heritage of craft distilling in Ireland. Distillery note: "Finished for up to a year in the rarest of all casks, virgin Irish oak, this is a milestone for Irish whiskey. A single cask, mainstream whiskey that makes available the flavours of Irish oak to everyone. Each bottle is numbered and traceable to each cask and even to the tree from whence it came. We sustainably fell 140 year-old trees from the ancient oak forests in the mountains ar...
Price: $49.99

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