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Slane Blended Irish Whiskey 700ml

Slane Blended Irish Whiskey 700ml

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A warm, golden topaz with hues of rich toffee, the Slane Irish Whiskey has complex fruit with drizzles of caramel, butterscotch and vanilla; brown spice and toasted oak. Initially spicy but quickly sweetened with rich caramel, vanilla and butterscotch on top of a deep layer of dried fruit with lingering hints of dry fruit and caramelised wood sugar.

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Variety: Irish Whiskey

Size mL: 700


ABV: 40%

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Distillery Info

Slane celebrates the return of exceptional Irish whiskey to Ireland's Boyne Valley. Made by the barrel-raising art and whiskey-making expertise of the Brown Family and born on the historic lands of the Conyngham Family, their award-winning blend brings the legacies of two historic families together for generations to come.

A tale as old as it is new, it begins with a proud whiskey heritage. In times gone by, several distilleries found the fertile soil and pure water of the Boyne Valley in Ireland perfect for making Irish whiskey. Today, the vision of Slane’s Conyngham family combined with the 147-year-old whiskey-making mastery of Kentucky’s Brown family has spectacularly revived this marvellous legacy.

This unique narrative shines through the complexity of Slane Blended Irish Whiskey, rich with layers of flavour as untamed as the stunning Irish landscape that surrounds the distillery. Artfully aged to perfection, our distinct Slane Blended Irish Whiskey 700ml distills the true character of Slane, testament to each of the elements which have shaped their journey thus far.

Smooth, complex and robust. Slane Irish Whiskey marries toasted grain and malt whiskeys with the distinctive flavours of each cask.

Smooth with notes of oak and spice, each sip represents a journey through the wild countryside and the chance to uncover the subtle layers of the whiskey’s complex character. Distillery Notes

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