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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Look for subtle fennel, licorice and sage notes on nose and palate, with a gentle, refreshing exhale that hints at lemon and lime peel. It is 'foraged from what grows in the mountains,' says the producer of this Irish gin's botanicals. (KN)" (08/2019) K&L Notes: This incredible Irish gin is a true terroir-driven product. They have a full-time forager (actually out foraging every day) and everything they pick goes into the still fresh, not dried. The result is a sustainable and intensely flavored gin. The slow distillation ca...

Whisky Advocate: "Like the Writers Tears reviewed in this issue, this is from an independent company linked to renowned whiskey maker Bernard Walsh. It is described as of a style popular in James Joyce's Dublin (hence the name). Grain whiskey was a no-no at that time, so this uses no grain and is a mix of malt and pot still whiskeys. For its price and strength it is amazing — a big-hearted and full-flavored whiskey with an oily, apple-y pot still heart and cinnamon, nutmeg, and pepper spices. (DS, Summer 2012)" K&L Notes: The elusive Writer's Tears Pot ...
Price: $39.99

The West Cork Distillery started as a pet project by John O’ Connell, Denis McCarthy, and Ger McCarthy in 2003 in Union Hall, West Cork. In 2013, after much expansion, WCD moved to a larger distillery in Skibbereen, West Cork where it now resides. It now operates as only one of two independent distilleries in Ireland. That means they actually make their own whiskey that somehow, someway costs about the same as a bottle of 10-year-old Bushmills, despite the fact that they're an independent distillery with heaven knows how much debt and overhead to account...
Price: $26.99

Dingle Whiskey is a product of its environment. From the localised well water to the intense manual mashing, alongside the wooden fermentation vessels that feed into the three bespoke copper pot stills, the production is purely Dingle. The micro climate then creates a maturation that is singular. They don't manipulate the course of their whiskey, only nature can do that. Created by the marriage of meticulously selected casks, both Bourbon and Port, this single malt Irish whiskey is a small piece of history, unique and rare. Batch No. 3 is a limited relea...
Price: $99.99

This is NOT a rosé gin. It is a rose gin - as in the Irish rose. It's naturally colored and it's NOT sweet. You may have seen the disgusting "pink gins" out there jammed with artificial flavors, sweeteners, and color, but get that out of your mind. This is the real deal. The gin starts out as the Glendalough Wild Botanical Gin and then a variety of freshly picked rose petals ranging from the Wild Irish Rose to large fragrant Heritage Roses and the ancient prized Damask Rose all come together in the still and afterwards in a maceration to make this natura...
Price: $34.99

Our friends at West Cork Distillery in Ireland are also doing a bit of punk rock-inspired packaging. The Shane MacGowan-fronted legends now have their own official whiskey, courtesy of the Cork County-based whisky producers! It's very West Cork in style, rich and round, but with earthier accents underneath the vanilla. This one even has a coffee bean note to it, which we found intriguing.
Price: $39.99

This wonderful stocking stuffer has three 50-milliliter bottles of Redbreast. One each of the 12 year, 15 year, and Lustau sherry cask, all rated 93-96 points Whisky Advocate. The perfect stocking stuffer for lovers of Irish whiskey.
Price: $19.99

The beautiful northern coast of Scotland is home to several of the world's best single malt distillers and also the wonderfully tiny Dunnet Bay Distillery. Located in county Caithness on the very northern tip of the mainland Scotland, Dunnet Bay Distillery is Scotland's most northern. Founded by Martin and Claire Murray in 2014, they've been committed to distilling a uniquely Scottish gin from local botanicals. The wonderful Rock Rose Gins have become famous for using unique Scottish botanicals to create ethereal, yet approachable gins that truly represe...
Price: $49.99

The world's first farm-to-table Irish Cream. The cream is collected from family owned farms in County Cork and blended and bottled within 48 hours of collection. While most Irish creams are about 1% whisky, Five Farms is 10% whisky and uses 10-year-old high-quality whisky for a more intense flavor. Awarded 97 points at the Ultimate Spirits Challenge, this is certainly the world's finest Irish Cream and perfect for the holidays. It also comes in a beautiful old milk bottle package with a swingtop, making it an elegant gift for the holidays.
Price: $34.99

The Teeling Family has been in whiskey for centuries. In 1782, Walter Teeling opened the family's first distillery in Dublin and over two hundred years later John Teeling opened the Cooley Distillery in County Louth. After selling his beloved distillery to spirits giant Beam Inc., Mr. Teeling wasted no time before jumping back on the whiskey train. This time at the helm is Jack Teeling, John's son. The result is this lovely, innovative new whiskey. Clearly, the Teelings' have access like no one else and thank god because he's now cranking out this wonde...
Price: $34.99

91 points Whisky Advocate: "After last year's pot still triple whammy from Irish Distillers, we couldn't expect any more, could we? Could we? Step forward Yellow Spot, which seems to hold the view that if you can't beat 'em, don't get in the ring; go and pick a fight somewhere else. The pot still green apple and nutmeg notes are there on the nose and palate, but the nose also has vanilla and marzipan. On the palate the whiskey trips off to Speyside with sweetness, citrus zest, and pepper. Another game changer. (Fall, 2012) " K&L Notes: The big brother t...


96 points Whisky Advocate: "Wow! After the wonderful 12 year old cask strength, Redbreast does it again. This is a different beast altogether, but it is a stunner. This is Roger Waters doing The Wall: over the top, unsubtle, and totally entertaining. There’s lots going on: fermenting apples, juicy oils, spice, and dark cherry and berry fruits zip and fizz over the palate, the wood influence is sublime. I'm comfortably numb. (DR, Winter 2013)" 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Burnished gold in the glass, this robust sipper offers complex vanilla, caramel, alm...

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Intended as a tribute to Midleton Master Distiller Barry Crockett, this delicate, silky whiskey has a golden hue and a lovely fresh-apple scent. On the palate, apple and ripe pear meld with butterscotch and a touch of banana on the long finish. Meant for savoring straight up. (KN)" (03/2014) 92 points Whisky Advocate: "Like the man himself, this is altogether more considered and elegant, mixing whiskeys up to 25 years old for a complex and less bruising experience than the Powers. Instead, lemon and lime zest, kumquat, and b...

95 points Whisky Advocate: "The latest release pits plum, damson, fruitcake, and rosehip against wild, untamed pot still spices straining at the leash. Clove vociferously trumps raisin as the mouth-drawing power is realized; spices deflect off the tongue’s surface like sparks off an anvil. As its grip slackens, the fruit ripens, bruising slightly, yet sweetening deliciously, and vanilla pod, toasted stave, and cinnamon bark emerge. I swear you feel more Irish with every sip. Editors’ Choice, (JM, Winter 2018)" 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "From county Cor...

Named for the legendary dairy cow in County Cork, Bertha's Revenge gin utilized alcohol distilled from whey, a byproduct of Ireland's prodigious dairy industry. The whey distillate is then redistilled with a combination of locally foraged and hand grown botanicals and proofed with local well water to really offer a terroir driven Irish gin from start to finish.
Price: $39.99

Claimed to be the world's oldest distilled drink - Poitín is the father of Irish whiskey (AKA - moonshine as we'd call it in the USA). First made by Irish monks in the 6th century in monastaries like Glendalough it was known as Uisce beatha or aqua vitae in Latin - the water of life. Today Glendalough's Poitín is triple distilled in a traditional copper pot-still using malted barley and pure spring water. It has a slightly floral nose with pretty and heady fruit tones. The taste is shockingly smooth and mellow given the 55%. Again a surprisingly fruity e...
Price: $32.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "The bold, fruit aroma suggests fresh-cut apples and honeysuckle, while the silky palate offers deep, bold flavor. Look for dark honey and clove, edging into tea, oak and cocoa midpalate. Apple freshness brightens the dry finish. An ice cube is the only adornment needed for this well-structured, tasty sipper. *Best Spirits of 2017* (KN)" (03/2017) 91 points Whisky Advocate: "Roll out the red carpet, because Green Spot is coming to town. Baked apple, spiced sultanas, lush green lawns, and ripe green fruits greet the nose. It’s...

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Named for the gunpowder tea that’s part of the botanical mix, this bone-dry gin offers juniper, anise, caraway and lime peel on the nose. The palate opens with grapefruit, finishing long and astringent on pink peppercorn, caraway and a flicker of alcohol heat. Mix into martinis. (KN)" (08/2019) K&L Notes: This wonderful new gin from the curious mind of PJ Rigney is distilled at the Shed Distillery in Drumshanbo, Ireland. Mr. Rigney and his wife opened the Shed distillery in rural Ireland in 2016. It is County Leitrim's first...

91 points Whisky Advocate: "From Calistoga, California to County Cork, this zinfandel-finished whiskey has bramble, damson jam, red apple, and glacé cherry, with cake mix, flaked almonds, and a steel-tipped edge of spice. Red apple, lemon peel, pithy orange, and crunchy red apple, teasing spice, with just a suggestion of mint mingled into the dry, spicy finish. First Saint-Julien, then Napa; where will Green Spot take our taste buds next? (JM, Spring 2018)" K&L Notes: The fabulous flavor of Midleton Distillery's Green Spot Irish whiskey meets the zinfan...
Price: $89.99
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Whisky Advocate: "Honey, baklava, lemongrass, artichoke, vanilla, herbal stems, and Turkish delight make for a thought-provoking glass of whiskey. Sipping reveals a gentle, fruity delight; this is silky smooth and packed with dried fruits, mango, papaya, vanilla, light caramel, pleasant spices, and as it unwinds, it oozes honey and sweetness. As the honey and peppery spices fade on the finish, a hint of mint appears. (JM, Fall 2018)"
Price: $89.99

93 points Whisky Advocate: "The 120-year-old sherry house Lustau originally operated as an almacenista, but now produces a broad portfolio of wine styles in Jerez. The nose is intensely fragrant, bursting with fat dates and squidgy prunes, red apple and Battenburg cake. It’s fruity, yet bone dry, with oak, walnut, and spices. This is full-bodied yet refined Redbreast: the Spanish oak sherry butts shaping the red berry fruits, apples, marzipan, and creamy yet oily consistency. Clean, sweet oloroso finish. Qué delicioso! (JM, Winter 2016) " 91 points Wine...

Bourbon barrel aged and finish in Oloroso sherry - this will challenge your perception of Irish whiskey. Similar to American Whiskey, Ireland has seen a huge influx in barrel finished whiskies. The real problem is that most of them don't taste good. Glendalough has, fortunately for drinkers everywhere, nailed it. This still feels like Irish whiskey through and through. Floral and fruity on the nose, silky smooth on the palate, and just the right amount of spice and orange peel on the finish. It's one of the best executed sherry finished whiskies we have.
Price: $31.99

93 points Whisky Advocate: "Finished in fresh bourbon casks at Bow St. Distillery, Dublin, this batch has a greater intensity than the first. Baked lemon, vanilla toffee, ground ginger, and snuff. Warm and fruity, with sweet toffee notes, the ginger root leads a high-intensity spice assault, though the reassuring indulgence of the rich toffee never deserts you. Dried banana, herbal notes, and lemongrass outline the finish. (JM, Summer 2019)"
Price: $159.99

Once again - Glendalough delivers on a perfectly balanced, yet interesting finish on their Irish whiskey. This 7 year old single malt shines with all of the mellow bright fruit and malt character you'd expect layered with chocolate, cocoa, toffee, and sweet spice. Gold Medal winner at the 2018 World Whiskey Awards for Single Malt under 10 years old.
Price: $54.99

94 points Whisky Advocate: "Wow! Could this be the greatest comeback since Rocky climbed back in the ring and showed the young upstarts who was the boss? It's taken Irish Distillers a long time to respond to the pounding it's taken from Cooley but it's back in the ring with two wonderful pot still whiskeys. This is the better of the two, a whopping oily, woody package of classic pot still Irishness. The green fruits tumble over tannin and spice like frisky puppies. (Vol. 20, #3) " K&L Notes: This is now the third single pot still whiskey in the U.S. fro...

A light, easy drinking, and value-priced Irish blend from Kilbeggan distillery, part of the Cooley company. For the money its tough to imagine anything better!
Price: $21.99

This magical whiskey is the result of decades of work from the illustrious Frank Chard. The Scotch Whisky Hall of Famer has been working in whisky distilling since 1963. He began his career at Invergordon and spent time at Bruichladdich and Tamnavulin. He became famous for his tenure at Springbank producing and bottling some of the most sought-after bottlings in the distillery's history. During his time there he presided over the re-introduction of Longrow and the creation of the triple distilled Hazelburn brand in 1997. The well-known whiskey celebrity,...
Price: $399.99

Aged in Bourbon barrels and finished in Japanese virgin Mizunara oak that has seen a light char. This 13 year old Irish Single Malt perfeclty marries the spice and fruit of Hokkaido's mizunara oak with the richness of the old Irish malt. Coming in under 100 bucks for such a rarity is a real feat. Jim Murray's Whisky Bible gave it 96 points in 2018 and in 2017 it won Gold for Single Mlat at the Irish Whsikey Masters competition.
Price: $89.99

92 points Whisky Advocate: "Redbreast 12 year old is a classic pure pot still Irish whiskey; where can you go from there? This new 15 year old expression is more muscular (bottling at 46% and not chill filtering certainly helps), but there are trade-offs. It’s a bit closed on the nose (like a great Bordeaux wine that’s too young). I do enjoy the silky/oily texture, the bold resinous oak spice grip on the finish, and the rich nutty toffee, fig, black raspberry, chocolaty, chewy nougat throughout the palate. (JH, Winter 2010)" 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "...

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "The former Bourbon barrels used to mature this whiskey were 'charred and double charred,' the producer says, to coax more from the barrel wood. Look for an almost piña colada-like effect: coconut and tropical fruit aromas, and a rich, honey-soaked palate that shows caramelized pineapple and dried apricot. *Best Buy* (KN)" (03/2019) 91 points Whisky Advocate: "Sumptuously rich and intense whiskey emerges from these double-charred casks; a seduction of butterscotch, treacle, toasted nuts, scorched coconut, raisin, and vanilla ...

Producer notes: "Made from 100% Malted Barley from a range of different ages including Malt whiskey distilled in 1991. Aim to produce the most flavoursome NA Irish Single Malt based on our innovative maturation/finishing techniques while retaining the distinctive Irish smoothness. Consists of a vatting of 5 different wine cask (Sherry, Port, Madeira, White Burgundy, Cabernet Sauvignon) finished Irish Malt whiskeys. Like all the Teeling whiskeys it is bottled at 46% with no chill filtration allowing for all the natural flavours of the whiskey to be retain...
Price: $49.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "As “the master blender's special selection of very old Jameson Irish Whiskey,” this bottling represents. Rich honey color, tropical fruit scent with a touch of thick caramel. The flavors are bright and vibrant—lychee, banana, orange peel, tempered by a wash of honey—and the finish is intriguing and dry with nuances of white chocolate, banana, leather and nutmeg. Beautiful. (KN)" (03/2012) 92 points Whisky Advocate: "Unmistakably Jameson on the nose, this is a belter of a whiskey: honey, apple, toasted coconut, creamy vanilla...

90 points Whisky Advocate: "One of Cooley’s finest efforts. Moderate doses of kiln smoke, dried turf, and kippers, tamed by vanilla cream, barley, and a buttery, olive oil texture. Subtle spices dance on the palate. Lingering smoky, white pepper finish. Islay meets Ireland. " K&L Notes: Then this small distillery opened up, staunchly independent, and starts doing things unheard of in Ireland. Instead of making traditional Irish whiskey (triple-distilled, non-smoky, and with a pot still whiskey component), they started making very scotch-like whiskey (do...

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Best Buy Recommendation. An easy, elegant sipper, look for a gentle vanilla-caramel-almond profile on the nose and palate as well as a silky feel. Mild baked pear and dried apricot midpalate wind into a cinnamon and clove finish. Sip or mix." K&L Notes: Slane is the result of a fabulous partnership. The family Conyngham of Slane Castle and the whiskey savants of Brown Forman have come together to produce a truly excellent addition to the Irish Whiskey world. Triple casked in a combination of virgin oak with a unique medium ch...