Dunville’s Irish Whiskey, has announced the launch of a new blended bottling, as part of its core range.
Dunville’s 1808 Blended Irish Whiskey (40% ABV) is a blend of Irish malt, grain and pot still whiskeys, which have been matured in American oak barrels.
|Dunville's 1808 Blended Irish Whiskey|
The name 1808, pays homage to the year Dunville’s was founded, before going on to become one of the world’s most famous whiskey brands.
This latest release from the brand produced at the Echlinville Distillery in County Down, Northern Ireland, is said to deliver notes of vanilla, apples, pears, candied lemon peel and sweet spices.
Commenting on the news, Jarlath Watson from The Echlinville Distillery, said: “We revived Dunville’s Whiskey with a commitment to reintroduce this iconic Belfast brand to a new generation of whiskey drinkers. We have a strong reputation for producing excellent super and ultra-premium whiskeys which have helped establish Dunville’s as a go-to brand among whiskey connoisseurs.”
Jarlath went onto say: “Dunville’s 1808 will give us a strong presence in the premium category. Everything, from the liquid to the label and the serve suggestions to the price tag, has been formulated with a broad customer base in mind. It is aimed at those who want to experience the great flavour and quality of Dunville’s Irish Whiskey in a more accessible offering.”
Dunville’s 1808 Blended Irish Whiskey, is now available from specialist retailers in Ireland and the US, for a RRP of €38.00.
Posted by Steve Rush