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12 January, 2017

MOST INTERESTING NEW IRISH WHISKEY

REDBREAST LUSTAU

Irish Distiller’s new expression of one of its premium Irish whiskeys, Redbreast Lustau Edition (46% abv), is said to be matured, initially, in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-oloroso sherry casks. It is then finished for one year in prized sherry butts from Bodegas Lustau in Jerez, the sherry capital of the world.

The result is described as: “A new interpretation of the signature Redbreast character with a distinctive twist – a nose of dark fruits, prunes and marzipan, a luxuriously rich and creamy texture on the palate with iconic Redbreast spices, and a long, sweet finish complemented by notes of Spanish oak and oloroso sherry.”





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