WhiskyJason reviews Redbreast 21 year old single pot still Irish whiskey
This is my #1 Irish Whiskey of 2017
A single pot still Irish whiskey that has been very well received since it’s release. It is drawn from similar casks types just as the 12 and 15 year old redbreast bottling but also from some refill casks.
WhiskyJason reviews PEARSE Irish Whiskey The Original. Pearse Irish Whiskey: The Original is one of the initial whiskies released with the 2017 opening of Dublin’s Pearse Lyons Distillery, this whiskey includes mature spirit from the same stills when they were installed at the Carlow Brewing Company while Dublin’s historic St. James’s Church was being renovated to become the distillery’s home. The Original is a blended Irish Whiskey aged in all ex-ourbon barrels averaging 3-5 years. This whiskey has single malt in it that has been produced on the stills in the church as well as grain & malt blends.
Alan and Conor Hyde present their latest bottling, the HYDE No.6 “President’s Reserve”, which has probably not existed before.
For Hyde No.6, Alan and Conor have used a truly unusual recipe – eight-year-old, triple-distilled Irish Single Grain and much older (18-year-old), mixed with tripled distilled Irish Single Malt from a well-known distillery (Bushmills) from Northern Ireland – and then married in old Oloroso sherry casks to mature. The bottling is limited to just 5000 bottles.
WhiskyJason reviews New York Distillery Company 2 year old Rye from That Boutique-y Rye Company
A two year old rye from Brooklyn’s New York Distillery Company, independently bottled by That Boutique-y Rye Company!
The distillery’s co-founder Allen Katz is on the label, filling a big apple with rye in The Big Apple – a reference to this spirit being finished in an Applejack cask!
Batch 1 is a release of 600 bottles.
‘That Boutique-y Whisky Company’ bottles single malts, single grains, blended malts, blends and bourbons from a variety of renowned distilleries. These whiskies are adorned with cultish graphic-novel-style labels.