#73 – Hyde No 6 – President’s Reserve – 1938 Irish Grain Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews Hyde No 6 – President’s Reserve – 1938 Irish Grain Whiskey

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.

 

#028 – St Patrick’s Irish Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews St Patrick’s Irish Whiskey

This Irish Whiskey was hand crafted in small batches using traditional techniques. St. Patrick’s Distillery Irish Whiskey is matured for more than 3 years in first-fill bourbon barrels using 3 year old grain blended with old malts up to 21 years old.

 

 

#025 – The Temple Bar Cellar Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews The Temple Bar Cellar Cask Irish Whiskey

This Temple Bar Cellar Cask Single Malt Irish Whiskey is only available at the Pub in Dublin and it is bottled at cask strength.

Traditionally distilled on copper pot stills and filled in bourbon barrels in 2004. The whiskey was allowed to mature for 12 years in the cellars of the Temple Bar in Dublin’s Dublin district.

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.

 

#023 – The Temple Bar 12 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey review from WhiskyJason

WhiskyJason reviews The Temple Bar 12 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey

This The Temple Bar 12 year old Single Malt Irish Whiskey special release was traditionally distilled on copper pot stills and filled in bourbon barrels in 2004. The barrels were carefully selected and then bottled by the Cleary family. The whiskey was allowed to mature for 12 years in the cellars of the Temple Bar in Dublin’s Bar district.

The whiskey was distilled on small pot stills. It has a very distinctive and harmonious flavor.

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.

 

#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.