Frequently Asked Questions

Which is the best Whisky from Ireland?

Redbreast 12-Year Whiskey is made from a mash of malted and un-malted barley, that’s triple-distilled and aged 12 years in Bourbon-seasoned American Oak barrels and Oloroso sherry-seasoned Spanish oak butts. These barrels give the whisky a fruity aroma with tastes of sherry, fruit and cream.

What makes Irish Whiskey different?

Irish Whiskey generally is distilled three times. The more distillations, the lighter and cleaner the spirit. The Irish Whiskey gives off a lighter and less sweet flavor than the full-bodied version of the American Whiskey. For a minimum of three years they are aged so that it will become more flavorful. The primary ingredient of Irish Whiskey is barley while the American Whiskey can be Corn, Rye, or Wheat.