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Glendalough 7 Y Mizunara 46°

Many years ago, they filled new make Finlaggan into Rioja Red Wine Hogsheads. Coming from the Rioja region within the Basque country of Spain, these Hogsheads have given the signature heavily peated Finlaggan an extra layer of rich mouth coating red berried fruit flavours. The result is a truly mouthwatering sweet and smoky dram to savour. The extrac-tion from the oak casks has given this whisky a beautifully rich natural coppery rose gold colour.

Glendalough Calvados XO Cask Finish

Gun's Bell is a spiced rum elaborated in the Cognac region by Hedonist. This blend of Dominican Republic, Guyana, Barbados and Trinidad benefits from a unique treatment. It is infused with spices and French oak chips (ex-cognac). It is then lightly sweetened, and aged in highly toasted oak barrels for 4 to 6 months. This spiced rum is perfect for a Dark n' Stormy cocktail, an original Mojito, or even a Vieux Carré.

Writers' Tears Cask Strength 2021 - 54.2%

An exceptional marriage of aged Single Pot Still and aged Single Malt Irish whiskeys, bursting with character and flavour. Each year Bernard Walsh selects a handful of exceptional casks to make this the benchmark for Super Premium Cask Strength Irish Whiskey. This Vintage release selects only the finest distillates of Single Pot Still & Single Malt Irish Whiskey, matured in exceptional American Oak casks. Non-chill filtered, this whiskey is a full-bodied, high strength, flavoursome whiskey, with just 3,000 bottles created. Bottled at an impressive 54.5% ABV. A bold and complex dram.

Writers' Tears Double Oak

Writers’ Tears Double Oak is an exclusive Irish whiskey created using two woods and two styles of premium Irish whisey. A blend of Single Pot Still and Single Malt Irish whiskey, aged in two types of wood – American Oak Bourbon Barrels from Kentucky and French Oak Cognac Casks from the Cognac Region in France. It is triple-distilled, non-chill filtered and bottled at 46% ABV. This expression is made possible by a close collaboration between the Walsh family in Ireland’s County Carlow and the Legaret family in Cognac, France.