One of the main differences between Irish whiskey & Scotch is that Scotch is usually distilled twice, whereas Irish whiskey is distilled three times, giving the Scottish licence to sometimes say that they get it right faster. Once the most popular spirit in the world, Ireland was the world’s largest whiskey producer until the mid-20th century, when Scotland took the title. Irish Whiskey saw a long decline but recently has seen an impressive resurgence.
Our Irish Whiskey collection boasts a selection of blissful blended Irish whiskies alongside rarest Irish single malts with a smooth, fruity, and enjoyable taste. With brands from Bushmills to Slane Irish Whiskey.
There are four types of Irish whiskey; malt, pot still, grain and blended. Each type offers nuances in flavour, and the spirit is particularly known for its exceptional smoothness. By Irish law, all Irish whiskeys have to be aged for a minimum of three years and are usually bottled at 40% ABV. Jameson Irish Whiskey is one of the most notorious Irish whiskey brands on the market, with a distinctive, peaty flavour.