Knappogue Castle 1994 Master Distiller’s Private Selection Whiskey

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    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 stills in February 1994, aged in bourbon casks selected by the master distiller, and bottled in December 2009, this delicate, slightly honeyed whiskey is perfect for warming a chilly afternoon.

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