The Centenary Jack Ryan 15 Year Old Single Malt (57.5% ABV) has been matured in bourbon casks and is limited to just 500 bottles worldwide. The first 100 bottles will be made exclusively available to the Irish market.
|The Centenary Jack Ryan 15 Year Old Single Malt|
This latest bottling from the award winning Irish independent bottler, follows on from their 2013 Jack Ryan 12 Year Old single malt release, which won the award of Best Single Malt 12 Year Old and under at the 2014 Irish Whiskey Awards.
Commenting on the launch, Eunan Ryan, Director of Jack Ryan Whiskey and son of Jack Ryan, said: “This 15 year old malt is a distinctive product with a smooth texture and uncompromised taste notes, providing a truly special gift for any discerning whiskey lover. Its distinct pale gold colour, fruity aroma and flavours and its spicy, oak-infused finish are those of a premium whiskey”.
Jack Ryan Single Malt is a continuation of the brand Ryan’s Single Malt which originated in 1913 when Thomas Ryan of the Beggars Bush, Haddington Road, Dublin acquired premium bourbon cask matured single malt available, usually from the Dublin Whiskey Distillery, some of which he further finished in first use Sherry or Port casks, giving him a number of products which he sold in his chain of pubs in Dublin.
The Centenary Jack Ryan 15 Year Old Single Malt, will be available later this month from specialist retailers for a RRP of £89.99.
Posted by Steve Rush