Experience Bailey's as never before with silky caramel overtones bringing out all of the delicious Bailey's flavors.
Baileys is a natural marriage of fresh Irish cream, Irish Whiskey and the finest of spirits blended to perfection.
A fresh and spicy nose with fruit, barley and toasted wood notes. Full and spicy flavor with cloves, sweet green apples and oak. Lingering spices on the finish.
Paddy Whiskey is distilled three times from the finest quality barley and water. This ensures a whiskey, which is particularly light, well balanced and pure. Its relatively low pot-still content and uniquely high proportion of malt whiskey, ensures Paddy is 'One of the softest of all Ireland's whiskeys' Jim Murray, International Whiskey Connoisseur.
Jameson Irish Whiskey is triple-distilled in large copper pot stills making it smoother than other whiskeys. It is crafted with the finest spring water from Ireland with a combination of malted and unmalted barleys. Full-bodied, pot-still character Irish whiskey, gently matured in sherry and bourbon barrels, sweetly mellowed by age. Round and smooth with toasted wood notes. Tastes great on the rocks, straight or with cola or ginger ale.
Bushmills Malt 16 Year Old is a rare single malt Irish whiskey. With "Three Wood" maturation and finishing, a malt of distinction emerges, with a fullness of depth and flavor rarely found. This exceptional whiskey is matured for 16 years or more in a combination of American bourbon barrels and Spanish Oloroso sherry butts.
Bushmills Original is the cornerstone of our family, a blend of our own triple distilled malt whiskey with a lighter Irish grain whiskey. It is a gentle whiskey with a rich, warming taste of fresh fruit, vanilla and honey.
Connemara is a blend of aged whiskies, a 4 year, a 6 year and an 8 year. The 4 year old gives the whiskey a level of vibrancy, while the 8 year old adds depth to the whiskey while the 6 year old is needed to marry them together. On the nose, Connemara has an initial smokiness with an underlying sweetness. The palate offers up flavors reminiscent of a forest fire, with the creosote flavor continuing as well as a slightly medicinal note balanced with soft caramels and sticky buns. The finish is peaty, lingering and almost mysterious, with rich chocolate pot de creme notes at the end.
Handcrafted Irish whiskey from the worlds oldest continually licensed distillery and 2010 World Distiller of the Year. Kilbeggan is a blended Irish whiskey, formed from a unique blend of the finest hand selected Irish malt and grain whiskies. The palate reveals soft almond nougat peach, caramel and vanilla flavors before finishing quickly with soft, light malt sugar flavors. Distilled twice for additional flavor and character, Kilbeggan is easy going and approachable, but with its own distinctive style.
Spice, with hints of caramel, black pepper, cinnamon and peaches. A little vanilla too, with a hint of green apple. Pot Still Spice, malt, dark chocolate, bourbon oak, and crème caramel. Never-ending finish with oak and butterscotch.
Redbreast 15 is distinct from Redbreast 12 in that it is bottled at a strength of 46% (instead of 40%) and is not chill filtered. Redbreast is a special unblended whiskey distilled from malted and unmalted barley in traditional copper pot stills. In its distinctly shaped bottle, Redbreast is unique among premium whiskeys as the only traditional Irish single pot still whiskey on sale today. Nose has sherry notes, taste is spicy and fruity all the way through and the finish is satisfying and long.
Released in 2011, Midleton's Barry Crockett edition was named after the distillery's master distiller, and it is aged in both bourbon and new American oak barrels! Very interesting indeed and a limited release of around 2,500 bottles per year. Nose: Soft, sweet notes of barley, floral honey, rosemary, citrus, cut hay, Summer meadows and toffee apples. Palate: Sweet tobacco leaves and ceda, sugared peels, toffee, honey softness, vanilla and boiled sweets. Finish: Very creamy and vanilla-rich, cinnamon and a little pear drop on the tail.