Distilled from fermented-grains, the mixture of barley, corn, rye, wheat and oats deliver a light fruity tasting profile with earthy overtones. Traditionally enjoyed straight or on the rocks.
Irish single malt whiskey is aged in oak for at least three years, and must be distilled from a mash of nothing other than malted barley at a single distillery.
Single Pot Still
Single pot still is the only style of whiskey that is exclusively made in Ireland. Where single malt is produced from 100% malted barley, pure pot still whiskey uses a mix of malted and unmalted barley. This mixed mash bill gives the whisky a distinctive spiciness known as ‘pot still character’.