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Danny Boy 15 Year-Old Single Malt

Glass - 35.5ml€16.95

A double distlled Cooley malt matured exclusively in ex borboun casks previously used by the Heavenhill distillery.

Danny Boy Irish Whiskey

Glass - 35.5ml€5.15

Irish whiskey blend of 20% malt and 80% finest grain, produced by the Cooley Distillery, double-distilled with a four-year minimum and matured in American oak casks that infuse a toasty and vanilla aroma for an exceptionally smooth finish. The breakdown is 15% 4-year malt, 5% 8-year-old malt, 45% 8-year-old grain, 20% 5-year-old grain and 15% 4-year-old grain.

Deanston 12 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€6.95

Creamy vanilla, honey and biscuit flavours dominate what is a very drinkable, smooth and easy going single malt.

Dewar Rattray Cooley 15-Year-Old Single Malt

Glass - 35.5ml€16.95

A.D. Rattray is an independent Scottish bottler that has had some great Cooleys over the years. This one shows some nice maturity at 15 years.

Dewars 12 Year Old

Glass - 35.5ml

Slightly more smoky than the standard Dewars with some welcome spiciness.

Dewars White Label

Glass - 35.5ml

A soft, malty and fruity blend with Aberfeldy malt at its heart.

Dingle Cask 2 First Release

Glass - 35.5ml€34.95

Incredibly smooth for a 3 year old whiskey! The very first release from Dingle which looks set to become a classic Irish distillery.

Dublin Liberties Irish Whiskey

Glass - 35.5ml€6.25

Liberties is a blended Irish whiskey that has been aged for over 3 years and is bottled without chill filtration at 46%. Maturation is entirely in ex-Bourbon barrels.

Dungourney 1964 Single Pot Still

Glass - 35.5ml€30.52

Tasting Measure - 2cl €16.57

Named after the river that flows through Midleton. A cask that was hidden of the stock sheet which was discovered by then master distiller Barry Crockett.

Dunphys Blended Irish Whiskey

Glass - 35.5ml€3.75

An easy going whiskey from Midleton Distillery. Dunphy's was first produced back in the 1950s for the US market, with mixing and Irish coffee very much in mind. It was available there up to around 1988 but now is mostly confined to Ireland.

Dunvilles Pedro Ximenez Cask Irish Whiskey

Glass - 35.5ml€7.95

A double-distilled Cooley malt finished in Pedro Ximenez sweet sherry casks for about a year. The whiskey has a fresh cereal note to start but it turns more complex. The sweet tones from the sherry being revealed. A nice balance of malt and red fruits.

Eagle Rare 10 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€7.95

A fantastic value for money Bourbon. The Eagle Rare has a smooth start with flavours of vanilla, malt, minty rye and cinnamon. Very easy to drink, so be careful!

Eagle Rare 17 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€21.95

From Buffalo Trace's highly sought after Antique Collection. This is a truly great Bourbon with intensely sweet, fruity flavours backed up by some spicy oak and liquorice notes.

Edradour 10 Year-Old

Glass - 35.5ml€7.95

Sweet and malty with an almost Rum-like flavour. Full-bodied and brinking on the rustic side with some prickly oak and earthiness.

EH Taylor Single Barrel

Glass - 35.5ml€16.95

Sweet and spicy tasting with an initial burst of citrus peel fruit followed by liquorice sweets, toffees, dark chocolate and tobacco flavours. A very fine Bourbon.

EH Taylor Small Batch

Glass - 35.5ml€16.95

Some sweet, corn influenced creaminess on initial tasting followed by some rye-like spiciness, cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice. The finish rich and creamy with lots of vanilla and oak flavours.

Elmer T Lee Single Barrel

Glass - 35.5ml€8.95

A great single barrel bottling from the Buffalo Trace distillery. Flavour of fudge, spice, vanilla, burnt sugar, acacia honey and butterscotch.

Erin go Bragh 6 Year-Old Single Malt

Glass - 35.5ml€19.95

A very unusual single malt. This 6 year old was distilled at Midleton Distillery and remains one of very few single malts to have been released from the distillery.

Famous Grouse

Glass - 35.5ml

A creamy, smooth and malty blend that has just a hint of smoke.

Feckin Irish Whiskey

Glass - 35.5ml€4.35

Feckin Irish Whiskey is the brainchild of entrepreneur Shane Braniff from Portaferry, Co. Down. It gets its name from the present participle of the verb feck... a softer version of a less acceptable expression that the Irish have a penchant for. Feckin Irish whiskey is a light and approachable blend of youngish malt and grain from the Cooley Distillery. Braniff is now distilling his own whiskey at the Echlinville Distillery in Kircubbin. Fair fecks to him.