Ireland

The recent double-digit growth in consumption of Irish whiskey can be attributed in part to Redbreast, a single-pot-still whiskey that first appeared in the early 1900s as an independent bottling...
First came the original Redbreast 12 Year Old—mellow, floral, chill filtered, and bottled at 80 proof. Then we saw the reintroduction of the once-elusive non-chill filtered 92-proof Redbreast 15 Year...
Only 1,000 bottles of this Irish whiskey exist, and each has been hand-numbered and signed by Mark Andrews III, son of the distillery’s founder. Triple-distilled one batch at a time in copper pot...
Tasting Notes A delicate, Madeira-influenced fruity perfume laced with nuts, honeyed cloves, and burned raisins. Worth Knowing Half of this limited-production whiskey was aged in ex–Wild Turkey...