Spirit and wine importer, Terlato Wine Group, recently announced the addition of a new Irish whiskey to its artisan spirits portfolio, Dublin Ink Irish Whiskey.
They are doing so in partnership with Steven Nathan, founder of Guanxi and a former managing director at the Distell Group.
A statement from Terlato explains that the new whiskey was inspired by the ink and warpaint that adorned Irish warriors led into battle by ancient Celtic kings.
Dublin Ink Irish Whiskey is a 50% single malt, distilled at 90 proof and finished in Sherry casks at a distillery located in Southern Ireland. It has a suggested retail price of $54.99.
The distiller’s notes show that the whiskey is golden amber in color, with aromas of sweet caramel and spice. On the palate, Dublin Ink Irish Whiskey is soft and sweet with notes of vanilla and a pleasant nuttiness.
Exclusively launching in New York, Chicago and select locations in Southern California, Dublin Ink Irish Whiskey will roll out to additional markets across the U.S. throughout the year.
Terlato Wine Group has been owned and operated by the Terlato family for four generations, and is made up of several businesses specializing in the marketing and production of wines, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages. Their global portfolio includes more than 85 wine and artisanal spirit brands from producers in more than a dozen countries.
For more information on Dublin Ink, check out www.terlatowines.com.
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