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Irish Distillers has unveiled a new Method & Madness single pot still Irish whiskey finished in virgin Mulberry Wood.
Distilled in the heart of the Liberties district of Dublin, the award-winning Dubliner Irish Whiskey is not changing what is inside the bottle. The new logo and bottle...
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In our inaugural issue, we feature The Dead Rabbit bar in New York voted Best Bar in the World. Irish whiskey historian and author, Fionnán O’Connor looks at the use of ‘other’ grains in historic mash bills. Eric Ryan celebrates the 1916 Centenary through historic whiskeys. News, tastings and much more.
We look at Irish whiskey tourism and its future. We visit Echlinville Distillery in the beautiful Ards Peninsula, Co. Down. Chris Hennessy talks mixology. We visit Galway and Kilkenny and take part in their trails. Of course News, tastings and more.
What’s the life of a brand ambassador like? We talk to ten of them to see what it’s like behind the scenes. We visit one of the newest distilleries, Slane Distillery. Charlie Roche continues his Lost Distilleries series with his in-depth research on Dublin City Distillery.
Fionnán O’Connor continues his journey of the development of Irish whiskey through the ages in his 7 Sips series. Miren Somers looks at the influence of casks on flavour. We talk to tillage farmer Bobby Miller to get his view of the Irish whiskey sector. Eric Ryan gives a deep insight onto the Dair Ghaelach releases from Irish Distillers.
We trek to county Kerry to visit Dingle Distillery and the wonderful town. Our new series The Art of Flavour starts with an introduction to what is flavour. We talk to Distillery Manager at Walsh Distillery, Lisa Ryan. Bartender at the Jameson Experience in Bow Street, Kieran Keane gives a personal view of bartending.
We chat with Mark Reynier of Waterford Distillery, how he got into the whiskey business and what he hopes to bring to Irish whiskey. Trevor Harris welcomes us to his farm and gives us an explanation of what Biodynamics is all about. Eric Ryan shares his historic research into Cork’s patent stills.
We find out what it’s like to stay in one of the worlds top hotels, Ashford Castle. We sample their new Midleton release and talk whiskey with Bar Manager Noli. Eric and Fionnán take us on historic whiskey tour of Dublin with some amazing stops along the way where we sample some historic drams.
An exclusive interview with perhaps the most influential role in Irish whiskey, CEO of Irish Distillers, Conor McQuaid. We visit West Cork and one of the newest distilleries, Clonakilty Distillery. Staying in Cork we have a drink in multi-award winning cocktail bar, Cask.
Brand new layout, more innovative content. We feature Powerscourt Distillery and the beautiful estate in county Wicklow. We fly to France and stay in the Cognac region where we see how Camus make fine cognacs which are then used to finish Irish whiskey for Lambay Island whiskey. In Pearl Diver, whiskeytalk2u gives his final collecting tips.
In Issue #10 of Irish Whiskey Magazine, we continue to bring you the grass-root stories on Irish whiskey. Our beautifully produced publication offers our readers throughout the world the most comprehensive insights into Irish whiskey.
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