Springbank & Glengyle Whisky available

As we all know everything from Springbank Distillery or Glengyle Distillery is getting very hard to find and often at ridiculous prices.

We ‘ve got some very limited stock in of

  • Hazelburn 10yo,
  • Springbank 10yo,
  • Springbank 15yo,
  • Kilkerran 16yo,
  • Kilkerran Heavily Peated batch 5,
  • Kilkerran Heavily Peated batch 7,
  • Kilkerran 8y CS Port Cask,
  • Kilkerran 8yo CS Sherry Cask,

and are happy to sell them at normal retail prices.

ALL OUR EXISTING CUSTOMERS WILL RECEIVE A SPECIAL CODE TO ORDER ANY OF THE PRODUCTS MENTIONED ABOVE.

We also have the following available without any purchase restrictions.

Wonders of wood

Introducing the Wonders of Wood, a series of Dublin Distilled Single Pot Still whiskeys that has been honoured as the World’s Best Single Pot Still Whiskey in 2022!

At Teeling Whiskey they believe in driving the evolution of Irish Whiskey through the creation of unconventional and unique expressions. Their Wonders of Wood Series is part of this innovative mission as they strive to push the boundaries of flavour by using unique styles of wood for maturation.

In partnership with the Tree Council of Ireland, the Wonders of Wood series will help to plant exclusively native Irish tree Species in our own designated acre of land in the Wicklow area of Ireland.

The first edition of our Wonders of Wood bottlings consists of our single pot crafted from a recipe of 50% malted barley and 50% unmalted barley which has been triple distilled in our Dublin distillery and fully matured in virgin Chinkapin American white oak casks. This special release is bottled at 50% abv with no chill filtration.

The second edition of the Wonders of Wood bottlings is fully matured in virgin Portuguese oak casks. Portuguese oak is native to the Iberian Peninsula and has a higher tannin content than other oak variants normally used in the whiskey industry. During maturation it produces a distinct savoury marmalade flavour with warming hints of tobacco and pepper unique to Irish whiskey.

Both editions are available are in stock. Order by clicking the pictures.

Milk & Honey distillery going experimental

M&H Art &craft series

Milk & Honey a Israeli, urban distillery is going experimental, in the style of Whisky à la Belge , with their ‘Art & Craft-series’.

The M&H Art & Craft series provides a rare opportunity to discover some of the distillery’s most intriguing, treasured casks. Every year, a collection of unique casks of exceptional quality is hand-selected by their Head Distiller, Tomer Goren, to be bottled as a highly limited edition as part of the M&H Art & Craft series. Each bottle carries a special label designed to capture the very essence of the Israeli art scene.

We can offer you the last 4 releases, click the pictures to order or more details on the specific whisky.

Lets drink some Macallan in harmony with each other during a night on earth

We will have these popular Macallans soon in store. As we could only buy these in combination with Highland Park 12y or Glenrothes 12y we will also offer them that way to you.

So you can order Macallan Intense Arabica together with a bottle of Highland Park 12yo and/or Macallan A Night on Earth together with a bottle of Glenrothes 12yo.

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Old grains and peat in Irish malt

Waterford is bringing out a new Micro Cuvée, a malt based on an old forgotten Irish grain and their first peated malts.

The Waterford cuvées are assembled from different ‘Original Farm Origins’. They show us how an blend of different terroirs creates layers and complexity in the whisky even if it is still fairly young. Micro Cuvée Feuille Morte has not been released in Belgium, but we managed to get our hands on some bottles straight from the distillery.

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The Heritage series explores the aroma’s and flavours of old, forgotten grains. In this case they had to reintroduce Hunter barley, named after plant breeder Herbert Hunter who introduced it in 1959. It disappeared in the 1970’s superceded by more economically rewarding crosses, all that remained of Hunter was a 50 gram bag in the seed bank of the Irish Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine.

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And last but not least we have two new Arcadian Series members Ballybannon 1.1 and Fenniscourt 1.1. Ballybannon is peated up to 47ppm, while Fenniscourt is up to 38ppm. The peat levels were chosen specifically for each farm to make sure the character of the terroir is not lost behind to much peat.

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