REDBREAST MARKS 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF SECOND FLIGHT WITH THE LAUNCH OF LIMITED EDITION 10-YEAR-OLD Redbreast 10 Year Old Limited Edition The release celebrates 30 years since Irish Distillers resurrected the Redbreast Irish Whiskey brand in 1991 I am absolutely delighted to be part of todays launch of the Redbreast 10 Year Old and look forward to … Continue reading Redbreast 10 Year Old
INTRODUCING REDBREAST DREAM CASK PEDRO XIMÉNEZ EDITION - New limited edition release offers a fresh take on the classic sherry flavour profile of Redbreast - It's the news we've all being waiting for, Redbreast Irish Whiskey, which is produced by Irish Distillers in Midleton Distillery, marks World Whisky Day 2019 with the launch of Redbreast … Continue reading Redbreast Dream Cask PX Edition
Irish Distillers, the makers of the world’s most enjoyed whiskeys, has scooped a remarkable 11 Double Gold medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2019 – the strongest-ever haul for the family of Irish whiskeys crafted at Midleton Distillery, County Cork. The prestigious competition honoured the Jameson family with six Double Gold medals – … Continue reading Irish Distillers win big
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
Time for a tasting and what a tasting it is! Redbreast 12 Year Old is fabulous. It’s as simple as that. It’s a multi award winning whiskey and is widely regarded as one of the best examples of Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey. Redbreast 12 Year Old generally retails for around €60 but … Continue reading Redbreast 12 Year Old
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!