METHOD AND MADNESS LAUNCHES NEW OATS AND MALT IRISH WHISKEY.THE LIMITED-EDITION, SECOND RELEASE FROM IRISH DISTILLERS’ VANGUARD OF INNOVATION, MIDLETON MICRO DISTILLERY. Irish Distillers, maker of some of the world’s most well-known and successful Irish whiskeys, is proud to introduce its latest expression in innovation with the launch of METHOD AND MADNESS Oats and Malt. … Continue reading Method and Madness Oats and Malt
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METHOD AND MADNESS UNVEIL EXCLUSIVE WHISKEY TRILOGY INSPIRED BY JAPAN
Rare Japanese casks meet Midleton’s finest drops mixing tradition with intuition Irish Distillers, maker of some of the world’s best-known and most successful Irish whiskeys, has unveiled an exclusive collection of Single Pot Still whiskeys, each finished in rare Japanese casks as the Masters and Apprentices behind METHOD AND MADNESS continue to combine tradition with … Continue reading METHOD AND MADNESS UNVEIL EXCLUSIVE WHISKEY TRILOGY INSPIRED BY JAPAN
Method and Madness Mulberry Wood
INTRODUCING METHOD AND MADNESS MULBERRY WOOD WORLD FIRST IN IRISH WHISKEY JOINS THE EXPERIMENTAL COLLECTION Irish Distillers, makers of some of the world’s most well-known and successful Irish whiskeys, has unveiled a new single pot still Irish whiskey finished in virgin Mulberry Wood into its celebrated and innovative METHOD AND MADNESS range. Method & Madness … Continue reading Method and Madness Mulberry Wood
Know your Brand Ambassador: Joe Magowan
Welcome to Part 1 of my new series of blogs called 'Know your Brand Ambassador'. I'm delighted to kick off this series with an insight into the mind of Mr Joe Magowan of Dillon Bass. As outlined here this series is all about having a bit of fun and discovering a different side to some of Irish Whiskeys top Brand Ambassadors. … Continue reading Know your Brand Ambassador: Joe Magowan
Tasting events are great!
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!