Redbreast 21-Year

This past Sunday we had the great opportunity to sample the Redbreast range along with Dave McCabe (Blender) and Billy Leighton (Head Blender) of Irish Distillers at Norfolk Wine and Spirits in Norfolk, MA. Lucky for us, we had tasted most of the range before but there is one I’ve not written about before and…

Green Spot Château Léoville Barton

This week I am taking a break from writing about another Scotland distillery tour to write about Green Spot Château Léoville Barton. It’s an Irish whiskey I had been eyeing for a while, and was finally able to get it in Dublin’s airport at duty free. Green Spot by Mitchell and Son is hands down…

Redbreast Lustau Edition

To date, I’ve not found a Redbreast whiskey I’ve not liked and the Lustau Edition is no exception. This edition was released towards the end of 2016 and was born from a collaboration between the Bodegas Lustau and Midleton Distillery. Bodega Lustau is a sherry producer in Jerez, Spain. The vineyard’s history dates back to…

Midleton Very Rare 2015

Time is going by too quickly as we wave good-bye to Halloween. If you happen to go out and celebrate this past weekend, I hope you all had a great time at your Halloween celebrations. I’ll be sharing a picture of my costume at the end of the post. November 3, which is tomorrow, happens…

2014 Holiday Gift Guide – Bourbon/Whiskey and Whisky

Time is flying by and if you are like me, I am certain you are trying to think of ideas for those last-minute holiday gifts you may still need to buy. Well, I am here to help! Looking through all the 119 posts I’ve posted since I first started blogging I’ve come up with a…

Yellow Spot 12 year-old

Just about a week ago I was in France enjoying the country, food, wine and its culture. It was extremely hard to come back stateside but, there was one thing I had to do before leaving Europe and that was acquiring a bottle of the Irish whiskey Yellow Spot. Lucky for me, our connection flight…