JJ Corry, The Gael Whisky, 70 cl
Regular price £76.99
Bringing back bonding of Whiskey in Ireland, Louise has her custom rackhouse full of some of the best whiskies in the country, creating blends and unique bottlings second to none. The Gael from Irish merchant JJ Corry is a blend of single malts (aged for 11, 15 and 26 years) with seven-year-old grain whiskey. The result is a fresh and juicy spirit with notes of citrus fruit and spice. Read more.
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In the 1880s, in the nearby port town of Kilrush, there lived a grocer and whiskey bonder named J.J. Corry. At the time, there were hundreds of distilleries in Ireland and grocers who were legally bonded whiskey wholesalers would arrive at the gates, fill their own casks with spirit, age it in rackhouses, blend it and sell it. J.J. Corry was a particularly enterprising bonder who experimented with finishes in the barrels he could acquire at the harbour - Bordeaux casks, port pipes, sherry. In the 20th century, Irish whiskey bonding declined along with Irish whiskey, until by 1975, when there were only two distilleries left on the island, no whiskey bonders and very few master coopers. Louise McGuane has revived the lost art of whiskey bonding, becoming the first licensed bonder in Ireland in living memory. She ages new-make spirit in the rackhouse on the family farm, located just six miles from the ocean on the west of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
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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.