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Bushmills Irish Whiskey, being Ireland’s oldest working distillery, relaunches for 2017 its annual 16- and 21-year-old small batch Irish whiskey bottlings.
2016 was a very exciting year for whiskey, notes our managing editor, and we’re betting that 2017 will be, too. Here are our predictions for the top whiskey trends of 2017.
We review three 10-year-old Tyrconnell single malt releases, each aged in a different type of cask: Madeira, port, and sherry.
We review Kilbeggan 18-Year-Old, a rather old blended whiskey from a recently revived historic Irish distillery.
Ireland’s Teeling Whiskey Company releases the Teeling Whiskey 33-Year-Old, alongside a 24-year-old, as some of the oldest Irish whiskies to date.
We review four expressions from Irish distiller West Cork Distillers in this round up review: Barrel Proof, Bourbon Cask, Black Reserve, and Single Malt.
West Cork Distillers debuts several new 12-year-old Irish whiskies, which were finished in ex-sherry, ex-rum or ex-port casks.
Bushmills Port Cask Reserve, as a result of its aging in ruby port pipes, is said to have subtle elegant notes of damson, black coffee, and almonds.