Located at 13-17 Newmarket, The Liberties, Dublin 8, D08 KD91, Ireland. Teeling Whiskey Distillery was the first new whiskey distillery approved in Dublin in 2015 for over 125 years. It was established by Jack and Stephen Teeling. Teelings is well known is Ireland for is great produced whiskeys.
Some of Teelings whiskeys:
Teeling Small Batch 70CL
Irish whiskey rich in taste and has soft wood.
Teeling Trinity 3X5CL
This whiskey has a very strong spice expanding into lush red berries with a drying tannin effect at the end.
Located at Farranredmond, DIngle, Co. Kerry, Ireland and established in 2012, own by Porterhouse Group. The distillery produces two casks of whiskey per day in Dingle using pot stills. In the late 2016 was when the Dingle Distillery brought their whiskey to the market due to the legal law required spirit to be matured for at least three years.
Some of Dingles Whiskeys:
Dinlge Single Malt Whiskey Batch NO.2
The second batch of single malt from Dinlge Distillery. Its Vol. is 46.5%. It is must try whiskey for Dingle whiskey lovers. It has a described taste of dark chocolate, raisins, salted caramel and almonds.
Dingle Single Malt Whiskey Batch NO.3
Winning award for best new Irish whiskey in 2018 this is 46.5% Vol. whiskey. Exceptional single malt, which balances different texture very well, textures such as creamy first and finished with crisp and fresh.
New Midleton Distillery
Located at Midleton, Co. Cork, Ireland. New Midleton Distillery own by Irish Distillers, a subsidiary of Pernod Richard. It is located alongside with Old Midleton Distillery, which was established in the early 17th century. The Distillery that brags about the world’s largest pot still is the Old Midleton Distillery. The world’s largest pot still is a copper vessel with a capacity of 140,000 litres, until 1975, production was transferred to a new purpose-built facility, a place that would then be referred to as the New Midleton Distillery.
Midleton Very Rare 70CL
Exclusive rare whiskey which is market in few numbered bottles once every year made from small quantities of the best distillates. With soft, mild and sweet taste and 40% Vol. it truly makes a good whiskey.
Midleton Dair Ghaelach Kilkenny Oak 70CL TREE 9
Over 150 years, this is the first Irish whiskey which has been matured in barrels made from virgin Irish oak. Taste of robust yet mellow and mild chocolate sweetness combining with a touch of stewed apple.
Located at William Grant & Sons Irish Manufacturing Ltd, Ballard & Clonminch, Co. Offaly, Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland. The cost of building this distillery was €35 million, build by William Grants & Sons officially opened in September 2014. At the start only 1.8 million litres of pot still per annum was produced and later provision were made for the installation of further two pot still in the distillery. Now producing 3.6 million litres per annum.
Some of Tullamore Whiskeys:
Tullamore Dew 70CL
Original blend known for its gentle smooth flavour. It has spicy, malty notes and lemony giving a buttery, soft and rounded flavour.
Tullamore Dew 12 Years 70CL
Soft and accessible taste. It combines all 3 types of Irish whiskey, malt whiskey, pot still whiskey and grain whiskey. Taste of mild, malt, citrus and yet soft. At 70CL it is 40% Vol.
Located at Lower Main St, Aghamore, Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath, Ireland. Kilbeggan Distillery owned by Beam Suntory. It was licenced and found in 1757 and is a small pot still distillery. It was ceased on 19th March 1954 and was closed completely in 1957. It was rebuilt as a distillery museum soon after 25 years had passed. In 2007 the whiskey production recommenced.
Some of Kilbeggan Whiskeys:
Connemara Irish 70CL
Smoky, mild and refined taste this is a good whiskey to try for a flavour category having 40% Vol at 70Cl.
Kilbeggan Irish 70CL
Kilbeggan is a unique Irish Whiskey. A smooth soft whiskey with a saccarine taste and a long malt after taste. This combination can be put down to in part the role the 180-year-old pot still plays in creating these various flavourful concoctions.