Gelston's Single Pot Still Pinot Noir Finish Irish Whiskey, 70 cl
Regular price £26.49
The folks over at Gelston's have crafted a blended Irish whiskey! A combination of triple distilled Irish malted barley and grain is the core of this one, matured entirely in bourbon casks. Think grain sweetness, fresh fruit, and buttery cask influence, and you're there! Read more.
Standard UK Mainland Under 3kg (3-5 Working Days) - £4.95
Standard UK Mainland Over 3kg (3-5 Working Days) - £5.95
Express Delivery (1-3 Working Days - Order by 2PM) - £7.99
Next Working Day UK Mainland (Order by 2PM) - £9.99
Weekend UK Mainland Delivery (Order by 2PM Friday) - £10.99
Heavy/Oversized Delivery (Over 30kg - Express Delivery) - £19.99
14 Days Returns Policy. Find out more
Gift Boxes - £4.99
Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
Add a Gift message for £0.99
Enter your message
Can't decide? Add a Gift Card
Samuel Gelston first opened his wine and whiskey business in 1830 in the thriving port of Belfast and grew it very successfully across Ireland until his death in 1869. That same year Geilston's was purchased by Harry J. Neill and five generations later it remains in the hands of the Neill family. Harry continued to grow Geilston's across Ireland, Scotland and in overseas markets. HJ Neill sourced many of its premium whiskeys from the Cromac distillery which was owned by Harry's great friend Johnny McConnell, of J and J McConnell, and subsequently by Harry's brother-in-law Sir Charles Brett. The Cromac distillery was situated just along the road from HJ Neill stores which were situated at 9/11 street. At HJ Neill we continue to source the very finest quality Irish whiskeys for Geilston's and we endeavour to uphold Harry's integrity and adventurous spirit. This stunning liquid has been developed and carefully nurtured to the highest standards by Bush mills - an Irish distillery dating back to 1608. During a key phase in the 1990's, the Head Distiller was Frank McHardy - a legendary figure in distilling - whose craft and expertise during that time has produced some of the finest Irish whiskey expressions. Frank was enrolled into Whisky Magazine's 'Hall of Fame' in 2014 - an award bestowed to those who have made an lasting contribution to the whisky industry.
Toasted grain and more honeyed baking spice, with caramelised nuts in tow
Shamrock Shooter Recipe
Looking to get 'Shamrocked' this St Patricks Day? Spice up any St Patricks Day party with these eye-catching Shamrock Shooters! Not only do they look a treat, with their festive, bright green colour, they taste great too. A sweet and creamy combination of melon liqueur, Irish cream and Irish Whisky (because it wouldn't be St Patricks Day without some classic Irish spirits!). If you want to take your Shamrock Shooter up a level, get creative and decorate with whipped cream and sprinkles or lucky charms (depending in your sweet tooth levels). These are sure to impress guests, but we think these shots are perfectly delicious as they are.