Redbreast 10 – A Limited Edition release celebrating 30 years since the resurrection of the iconic Redbreast brand

In celebration of 30 years since the resurrection of the iconic Redbreast brand, Irish Distillers have announced the release of a Limited Edition Pot Still Irish whiskey, Redbreast 10. A cask strength release from the Midleton Distillery in County Cork.

On the launch of Redbreast 10-Year-Old, Master Blender, Billy Leighton comments:

“This release rejoices the longstanding history of Redbreast Irish Whiskey and celebrates the distinctive qualities which Redbreast is known for globally. Redbreast 10-Year-Old offers a unique, rich flavour profile with notes of tropical and dried fruit, which gives way to a balance of richness from the inclusion of sherry casks. I am delighted to share this release with whiskey advocates and Redbreast fans across the globe.”

Bottled at 59.1% ABV and retailing at €100, Redbreast 10 will be available exclusively via The Birdhouse on 11 March https://www.redbreastwhiskey.com/en-EN/thebirdhouse.

 

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Official Redbreast  10 Tasting Notes

Aroma: Intense aromatics of honeycomb and cedarwood with earthy notes, dried tobacco leaf and worn leather. Dark fruits linger in the background and slowly develop over time along with toasted almonds and demerara sugar, while a pot still spice intensity continues to build, adding to the complexity of flavours layered over a strong foundation of oak.

Taste: Rich in tannins that work in tandem with the inclusion of traditional pot still distillate creating a balance between oak and spirit. The oloroso wine casks emerge to contribute marzipan and fig along with subtle hints of mixed berry compote, while delicate touches of vanilla and treacle are found lingering in the background.

Finish: The pot still spices rise to a crescendo and then finally give way to the toasted oak and delicate sweetness that lingers until the very end.

 

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