***Updated 21.09.18. This competition is now over. We're delighted to be running our first competition here on Dave's Irish Whiskey and what a fabulous package we have for you which was very kindly put together by Powers Brand Ambassador, Michael Carr. Up for grabs is one package containing a bottle of their very fine Powers … Continue reading *** Competition time ***
So.… Over the next few weeks, starting next Sunday, I'm going to have some fun on the site through a series I've put together called 'Know your Brand Ambassador' We all know the work that Brand Ambassadors do all over the country and the world but how well do you know them really? I'm going to ask … Continue reading Know your Brand Ambassador
This week I've decided to take a small break from the blog as I'm away with the family and family comes first. I did, however, find the time today for a small Jameson. Chat again soon. Slainte
Tasting events are great and I’ve blogged about them before Here. They really give you a great opportunity to try so many expressions that you may not ordinarily get the chance to try for various reasons, like cost or rarity. So, when I was contacted by Joe Magowan, Brand Ambassador for Powers Northern Ireland, and … Continue reading Powers Tweet Tasting
Introducing: The Dead Rabbit Irish Whiskey! The Dead Rabbit Irish Whiskey is a joint venture between the Dublin Liberties Distillery and the Dead Rabbit Bar in New York. Dublin Liberties Distillery Master Distiller Darryl McNally has sat down with the Dead Rabbit Bar owners, Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, to release a 5-year-old blended whiskey … Continue reading The Rabbit isn’t dead, it’s very much alive
I’d heard that tasting events are great! They afford you an opportunity to try so many different types of whiskey that you ordinarily wouldn’t be buying. Be that cause they’re rare, more expensive than your average dram, or maybe even one you’ve never really be drawn to but now it’s there on the table in … Continue reading Tasting events are great!
It’s Friday evening, the phone goes beep. It’s a message from Jamie Cotter, which reads ‘How do you feel about getting on a coach to Belfast for 5pm-7pm Monday?’ This is quickly followed by ‘Dingle tasting with their head distiller?’ Well the answer to that one is fairly simple, in fairness. Yes please! This is … Continue reading Seven hour round trip to Belfast