Tim Finnegan's Irish Whiskey Tour
Complete the tour and receive a personalized engraved whiskey glass (Ask your server for details)
1. Bushmills White Bush-Bushmills ... 8
Bushmills is one of the best selling whiskeys in Ireland. Fruity, vanilla infused and easy to drink.
2. Bushmills Black Bush-Bushmills ... 10
With a honey nut flavor, this whiskey is more complex and more robust than white Bushmills.
3. Clontarf - (various distilleries) ... 8
Sweet and thin with hints of cereal and honey.
4. Feckin-Cooley ... 6
Made with whiskeys from Cooley, this is a light approachable and young whiskey.
5. Finians Five Provinces-Cooley ... 8
Light, heathery and honeyed with subtle notes of citrus and tropical fruit.
6. Jameson-Midleton ... 7
The largest selling Irish Whiskey. Malty with hints of citrus and sherry. This is the classic blend.
7. Jameson 12 Year Old-Midleton ... 12
Hits of leather and spice combine with dried fruits and milk chocolate. A world-class whiskey.
8. Jameson Gold Reserve-Midleton ... 20
A viscous, oily, syrupy mouth coater with a long finish.
9. Jameson Rarest Vintage Reserve Midleton ... 75
A blend of traditional pot still with rare aged grain whiskeys. Full bodied with notes of ripe fruit, treacle and licorice. Aged in bourbon and then port casks, this whiskey has a touch of dairy fudge and dark chocolate. It has a long finish with an unmistakable note of barley.
10. Kilbeggan-Kilbeggan ... 6
Grainy with strong notes of honey and oatmeal. Finishes with hints of coffee and dark chocolate.
11. Midleton Very Rare - Midleton ... 40
Classic Oak and bold cereal notes with beeswax accents. Full bodied with a silky walnut finish.
12. Paddy-Midleton ... 8
The Paddy whiskey is named after Paddy Flaherty. First produced in 1779. Matured in oak casks for 7 years. With a high malt content it is one of the softest Irish whiskeys.
13. Powers Gold Label-Midleton ... 8
One of the best selling whiskeys in Ireland. A malty pot still whiskey blended with just enough grain whiskey. Powers Gold Label is classically Irish.
14. Tullamore Dew - Midleton ... 7
Originally made in Tullamore, this classic is now distilled in Midleton. Light and un-complex, this whiskey has essence of oak and sherry. Popular throughout Europe.
Pure Pot Still
15. Red Breast 12 Year - Midleton ... 15
A single unblended Pure Pot Still. Aged 12 years in sherry oak casks. Awarded the Irish whiskey of the year for 2010 with a score of 96/100. With hints of cinnamon, peppermint, linseed, licorice and a sherry finish, this is one of the finest Irish Whiskeys.
16. Bushmills 10 Year Old - Bushmills ... 10
With hints of sherry wood, malty and fudgy chocolate. This single malt is a very approachable Irish malt.
17. Bushmills 16 Year Old - Bushmills ... 15
This complex whiskey is actually a blend of half bourbon wood cask aged whiskey and half sherry wood cask aged which is then further aged for 9 months in port casks. The result is a unique dried fruit, almond and honey flavored gem.
18. Knappogue Castle-Bushmills ... 10
Based on the Bushmills malt, this 12 year single malt exhibits flavors of honey and toasted nuts. A young whiskey.
19. Tyrconnell-Cooley ... 13
This slightly peaty whiskey is reminiscent of jasmine, honeysuckle and malted milk cookies.
20. Michael Collins - Cooley ... 7
This single malt is lightly peated. A soft and drinkable whiskey with hints of a biscuity flavor, light smoke and vanilla.