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Double Barrel

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Irish, Whiskey, Glendalough, Double, Barrel, Bourbon, Oloroso, Single, Grain

Our Double Barrel has sucked the marrow out of two casks, Bourbon and Oloroso. They each bring their own unique flavour and character. While the Bourbon barrels add, among other things, sweet, smooth vanilla notes, the Oloroso casks layer on those dried fruit and slightly nutty flavours. And of course these are all accented by almost four years resting in Ireland’s mild maritime climate.



Tasting Notes from Celtic Whiskey Shop and Wines on the Green
Nose Rich with dark fruit, cherry , raisin, fig and Christmas pudding. Floral notes with lemongrass, citrus and a touch of nutmeg.
Palate Sweet and smooth on the palate to the front, with butterscotch, honey and peppercorn bring al ong the sweet Bourbon cask notes, after which dried fruit returning maraschino cherries and a pinch of brown sugar .
Finish Lingering notes of ginger spices with a faint glimmer of almond to end a complex Irish whiskey from start to finish.
Fact Sheet
Volume 70 cl
ABV 42
Types of Barrel used for Aging Ex-Bourbon and ex-Oloroso
Style Single Grain
Awards and/or Press Quotes
Double Gold Medal San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2015. Best Irish Whiskey under 7 years.
Irish Whiskey Awards 2015 - Gold Medal Winner 2017 - Gold Medal Winner


  • Our Double Barrel has sucked the marrow out of two casks, Bourbon and Oloroso. They each bring their own unique flavour and character. While the Bourbon barrels add, among other things, sweet, smooth vanilla notes, the Oloroso casks layer on those dried fruit and slightly nutty flavours. And of course these are all accented by almost four years resting in Ireland’s mild maritime climate.



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    Double Barrel

    • Product Code: 0799439682160
    • Availability: In Stock
    • €37.00
    • Ex Tax: €30.58


  • Our Double Barrel has sucked the marrow out of two casks, Bourbon and Oloroso. They each bring their own unique flavour and character. While the Bourbon barrels add, among other things, sweet, smooth vanilla notes, the Oloroso casks layer on those dried fruit and slightly nutty flavours. And of course these are all accented by almost four years resting in Ireland’s mild maritime climate.




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