Ireland is undoubtedly one of the countries most famous for its whiskeys, but do you already know which ones are the most worth visiting? Here’s a list below so don’t miss them on your next visit to Ireland.
The Sexton Single Malt
This whiskey is made with 100% Irish malted barley, aged in sherry barrels for 4 years and has a unique finish, this is the best selling Single Malt in America.
Green Spot Irish Whiskey
This whiskey born in the city of Dublin in the 1800s is a valuable whiskey, having the yellow, green, blue and red line, which can vary both in age or in the way the whiskey is made, which makes them unique.
This whiskey is inspired by traditional and non-traditional techniques for distillation and maturation in single barrels. The whiskey that has been on the market since 1782, which was when Walter Teeling opened his first distillery which, although small, was right in the center of Dublin.
These whiskeys are made with pure Irish spring water and malted barley, the whiskeys are made in a castle, which makes it all the more special. The brand has whiskeys 12, 14 and 16 years old, plus a triple distillation is made to make the whiskey even smoother.
This whiskey was founded in 1829 and the name comes from the initials Daniel E. Williams, manager and owner of the place where it was produced, and also includes the name of the place of production (Tullamore). Having 7 different types of whiskeys, you can find from the most traditional to the most differentiated.
Of course, it’s possible to find even more options in a country with such a variety of whiskeys, so if you’re a person who likes this spirit, don’t forget to check out these when you visit the country.