Midleton

Midleton Very Rare is the most exclusive whiskey ever produced in Ireland. Distilled three times by John Jameson and Son, the whiskey is carefully aged in individually chosen oak casks. Midleton Very Rare is only available in strictly limited quantities as just a small number of casks of the finest distillates are personally selected by the Master Distiller each year. It is reserved for the appreciation of only the most discerning judges of fine whiskeys. Each bottle is individually numbered and each label signed by the Master Distiller at the Midleton Distillery as a final guarantee of outstanding quality

As the name suggests, the whiskey is produced in limited quantities. Only 50 casks are released each year, it is therefore both expensive and collectible. The whiskeys used in the blend are handpicked by the master blender all are triple distilled and have aged between 12 and 25 years in individually selected Bourbon or Sherry casks. As a new vintage is created each year, each differs slightly and has its own character.

Whilst extolling the virtues of single malts, Midleton is a blend and easily the finest whiskey I have ever tasted.  If you love a tot, give it a try.  Pen.

 

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3 responses to “Midleton

  1. Martin

    Not one to have with Coke then :-)Sorry, I jest.. A truly good whiskey should have nowt added :-) I will have to look out for this one as I am partial to a good whiskey.

  2. penny

    You will love this one then Martin

  3. Paul

    Not big on whiskey though I will take a shot of scotch whiskey now and then.

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