#022 – The Temple Bar 10 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews The Temple Bar 10 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey

The Temple Bar 10 Years Single Malt Whiskey is the second bottling from the The Temple Bar whiskey series . Tom Cleary revived an old tradition in the heart of Dublin. Previously every pub in Ireland had its own whiskey with its own individual character.

The Temple Bar is a very traditional bar and for Tom it is important to maintain traditions, so now there is The Temple Bar Whiskey bottlings.

The barrels for this filling have been selected personally by Tom Cleary, the owner of the Temple Bar. In November 2005 the whiskey was filled into the American Oak barrels. For 10 years this whiskey could mature in the cellars of the Temple Bar and in November 2015 the whiskey flowed into the bottles.

Tom Cleary’s family has been around for decades and involved with the theme of whiskey and some barrels had decades ago already matured in the basements of their bars. So the step for Tom Cleary was obvious to also have his own Irish pub whiskey.

 

#020 – Glen Breton 21 year old Canadian Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton Rare 21 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

 

 

 

#019 – Glen Breton Rare 19 year old Canadian Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton Rare 19 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

#018 – Glen Breton 15 year old Battle of the Glen Canadian Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton 15 year old Battle of the Glen Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

The “Glen Breton” name was put into question before it had ever sold a bottle. The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), a firm representing 57 different Scotch whisky companies from Scotland, claimed that the whisky was misleading potential international buyers by using the term “Glen” in its name—a term used almost exclusively on Scotch whisky labels.

 

#017 – Glen Breton Rare 14 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky review from WhiskyJason

Whiskyjason reviews Glen Breton Rare 14 year old Canadian Single Malt Whisky

Glen Breton Rare is from the Glenora Distillers, a distiller based in Glenville, Nova Scotia, Canada (on Cape Breton Island). Their most prominent product is Glen Breton Rare, a Scottish-style single malt whisky made in Canada, which has been the subject of a trademark suit over the use of the word glen.

 

 

#008 – The Quiet Man Oloroso Sherry 8 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey Review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews The Quiet Man Oloroso Sherry 8 year old – Single Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey

This single malt Irish whiskey has been finished off in oloroso sherry barrels.

This whiskey is named after the father of founder Ciaran Mulgrew. The ‘Quiet Man’ John Mulgrew was a bartender who despite hearing many interesting stories over the years never told any tales.

 

 

#007 – The Quiet Man 8 year old Single Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey Review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews The Quiet Man 8 year old – Single Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey

This single malt Irish whiskey has been finished off in first-fill bourbon barrels.

This whiskey is named after the father of founder Ciaran Mulgrew. The ‘Quiet Man’ John Mulgrew was a bartender who despite hearing many interesting stories over the years never told any tales.

 

#006 – Tipperary Single Cask Red Wine Finish Single Malt Irish Whiskey Review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews Tipperary Single Cask Red Wine Finish Single Malt Irish Whiskey

The first individual bottling of the Tipperary Boutique Distillery is something very special. The whiskey first matured for a full 9 years in an Oloroso Sherry barrel, before it matured for a nice balanced finish in a red wine barrel. The whiskey was bottled exclusively for the German market.

The red wine barrel was selected from the Bodega Faustino from Spain. The Rioja wine was matured in this barrel before the whiskey was finished in it , so the Tipperary single cask red wine finish single malt Irish whiskey has a nice dark color and a great dark fruit note.