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Where To Buy Redbreast Whiskey

Both Irish whiskey and Scotch whisky are grain-based spirits. Many modern Irish whiskeys are lighter or more accessible in style than their Scottish counterparts, thanks to the differences that have developed in distilling techniques.

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With a whiskey industry that prospered for hundreds of years, Ireland helped establish a taste for whiskey throughout the western world. Legendary producer Bushmills was issued what is now the oldest license to distill spirits in 1608, and within decades Ireland boasted more than 100 distilleries.

But wars, taxes, regulations, business consolidation and, for a time, U.S. prohibition took their toll. Today, the number of Irish distilleries is down to single digits, though each produces a number of different brands and styles. New worldwide interest in top-shelf spirits has prompted Irish whiskey-makers to explore both new and traditional styles, improve the quality of everyday blended whiskeys, and offer single-malt and small-batch versions for enthusiasts. Increased demand and great quality have inspired producers to open several new distilleries in recent years, and the Irish Whiskey Association estimates more than a dozen new distilleries are in various stages of planning around Ireland.

Redbreast has stayed true to the Irish Pot Still whiskey making tradtition for more than a century. It is the biggest selling Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey in the world and part of the Midleton Distillery Collection.

The biggest selling Single Pot Still Irish whiskey in the world... The only thing more impressive might be a personalised bottle or the iconic Redbreast Birdfeeder. Discover even more gift ideas for all occasions here.

Redbreast is a brand of single pot still Irish Whiskey produced by Irish Distillers. It was originally bottled by Gilbey's, a Dublin spirits merchant using distillate sourced from Jameson's Bow Street Distillery.[1] In the 1980s, the brand was purchased by Irish Distillers, the producer of Jameson. It is the largest selling single pot still Irish whiskey in the world.[2]

By 1903, a whiskey known as John Jameson & Sons Castle "JJ Liqueur" Whiskey 12 Year Old was marketed in a bottle of similar shape and markings to those used for subsequent bottlings of Redbreast.[1] This whiskey was produced using distillate sourced from the Bow Street Distillery in Dublin, the home of Jameson whiskey.[1] Although this whiskey was likely the forerunner of Redbreast, the first official mention of "Redbreast" only dates back to 1912, when Gilbey's referred to the sale of "Redbreast" J.J. Liqueur Whiskey 12 Year Old. "Redbreast" was a nickname given to one of the whiskeys by Gilbey's chairman at the time, who was an avid birdwatcher, in reference to Robin Redbreast.[1]

In 1968, Irish Distillers opted to phase out the supply of bonded whiskey to merchants such as Gilbey's.[4] This threatened the future of the whiskey brand, as Irish Distillers controlled all the whiskey distilleries in operation in Ireland at that point. However, following pleas from Gilbey's, Irish Distillers agreed to continue to supply distillate for the production of Redbreast.[4]

In 1971, Irish Distillers closed all its Dublin distilleries (including Bow Street) and consolidated production at the New Midleton Distillery, a purpose-built facility in County Cork. As a result, production of Redbreast whiskey moved from Dublin to Cork.

Redbreast is one of a handful of single pot still whiskeys in existence today and one of only two to have been produced almost continuously since the early 1900s (the other being Green Spot).[15] Although once the most popular style of whiskey consumed in the world, pot still whiskey fell out of favor in the 20th century, due in part to the rise of cheaper, less intense blended whiskeys.[15] As a result of falling demand, most Irish whiskeys were either reformulated as blends or discontinued.

Single pot still whiskeys, which are historically unique to Ireland, are similar to single malts in that they are produced solely from pot still distillate.[15] However, in contrast to malts which only use malted barley in the mash, single pot still whiskeys are produced from a mixed mash that contains both malted and unmalted barley.[16]

It's a beautiful pot still whiskey that means it's only made with whiskey that's come out of a pot still, no inferior spirit has been added to the mix to block it out and it is one of the best whiskies you'll ever come across from anywhere, not just Ireland, but it's a particularly lovely Irish whiskey.

On the nose it has a warmth, it has that lovely sweetness you get with Irish whiskey, but it has a great kind of dried fruit and spice, and lovely woody no tes - almost oily, absolutely gorgeous. Look at the color...(tasting) That's fantastic, absolutely beautiful. Fruity, again, kind of a touch of Christmas cake to it. If you like single malts from Speyside, this would be just down your avenue.

Redbreast is a rich, spicy single pot still Irish whiskey matured exclusively in first-fill Sherry and bourbon casks, and this fantastic 21 year old is no exception. A masterpiece of cask selection and blending, we absolutely love this older expression with its notes of tropical fruit, menthol and a touch of leather alongside all that mouth-filling goodness you find right across the range.

6.13 We may also suspend supply of the products if you do not pay. If you do not pay us for the products when you are supposed to (see paragraph 11.4) and you still do not make payment within 14 days of us reminding you that payment is due, we may suspend supply of the products until you have paid us the outstanding amounts. We will contact you to tell you we are suspending supply of the products. We will not suspend the products where you dispute the unpaid invoice (see paragraph 11.6). We will not charge you for the products during the period for which they are suspended. As well as suspending the products we can also charge you interest on your overdue payments (see paragraph 11.5).

7.6 Ending the contract where we are not at fault and there is no right to change your mind. Even if we are not at fault and you do not have a right to change your mind, you can still end the contract before it is completed, but you may have to pay us compensation. A contract for goods is completed when the product is delivered and paid for. If you want to end a contract before it is completed where we are not at fault and you have not changed your mind, just contact us to let us know. The contract will end immediately and we will refund any sums paid by you for products not provided but we may deduct from that refund (or, if you have not made an advance payment, charge you) reasonable compensation for the net costs we will incur as a result of your ending the contract.

8.2 Returning products after ending the contract. If you end the contract for any reason after products have been dispatched to you or you have received them, you must return them to us. You must either return the goods in person to where you bought them, post them back to us at the address set out in paragraph 2.2 or (if they are not suitable for posting) allow us to collect them from you. Please email us at for a return label or to arrange collection. If you are exercising your right to change your mind you must send off the goods within 14 days of telling us you wish to end the contract.

10.3 Your obligation to return rejected products. If you wish to exercise your legal rights to reject products you must either return them in person to where you bought them, post them back to us or (if they are not suitable for posting) allow us to collect them from you. We will pay the costs of postage or collection. Please email or write to us at the address set out in paragraph 2.2 for a return label or to arrange collection.

12.2 We do not exclude or limit in any way our liability to you where it would be unlawful to do so. This includes liability for death or personal injury caused by our negligence or the negligence of our employees, agents or subcontractors; for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; for breach of your legal rights in relation to the products including the right to receive products which are: as described and match information we provided to you and any sample or model seen or examined by you; of satisfactory quality; fit for any particular purpose made known to us; supplied with reasonable skill and care; and for defective products under the Consumer Protection Act 1987.

14.6 Which laws apply to this contract and where you may bring legal proceedings. These terms are governed by English law and you can only bring legal proceedings in respect of the products in the English courts, subject to the following exceptions: (i) if you live in Scotland you can bring legal proceedings in respect of the products in either the Scottish or the English courts; and (ii) If you live in Northern Ireland you can bring legal proceedings in respect of the products in either the Northern Irish or the English courts.

For more than a century, Midleton Distillery has been crafting this particular style of whiskey, drawing upon its 200 years of distilling tradition, know-how, and innovation. Redbreast is simply a must-try for any whiskey lover.

I'm definitely no expert, but this whiskey is one of the best I've ever had. The flavor is mellow, and doesn't have the intense burn on your throat like other brands. Great for sipping. Unsure if I'll buy again since it's on the more expensive side, but I would say it's worth it if you can afford it. 041b061a72


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