The Dingle Distillery, has today announced the launch of its first 10 Year Old Irish whiskey.
Dingle Single Cask 10 Year Old (58.1% ABV) was distilled in
December 2012, and matured in Bourbon barrels.
|Dingle Single Cask 10 Year Old
This latest Dingle release, is the first 10 Year Old whiskey to be released by an Irish craft distillery in over 100 years, using its own liquid.
Dingle Single Cask 10 Year Old, is said to deliver notes of summer
blossom, sweet honey, butter toffee, molten honeycomb and ripe fruits on the
nose, followed by notes of freshly squeezed apple juice laced with cinnamon on
Commenting on the launch, Elliot Hughes, Managing Director
at Dingle Distillery, said: “We are delighted to launch our Dingle 10-year-old Single
Malt whiskey. Having had ample time to mature and develop its unique flavour
profile, the result is a smooth and complex whiskey. It is a testament to the
dedication and craftsmanship of our distillery team. At Dingle Distillery, we
always endeavour to create special and unique products and we think this is
evident in our 10-year-old whiskey. It’s a dram to savour and we can’t wait for
Dingle whiskey fans to try it.”
Limited to 237 bottles, Dingle Single Cask 10 Year Old, is
now available from the distillery website for a RRP of €385.00.
Posted by Steve Rush