Redbreast 12 Year Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey ($62.99): Named Irish Whiskey of the year in 2013 by venerable critic Jim Murray, this is a quintessential Irish whiskey, with nutty and rich aromas of dried and candied fruit, and a spicy, yet creamy palate that lingers.
Redbreast Lustau Edition Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey ($76.99): The aromas are a rich infusion of dark fruits, prunes, dates & figs with liquorice, marzipan, toasted oak and Redbreast spices. The palate is creamy Pot Still with Redbreast spices balanced with richness of sherry finish and contribution of fresh Spanish oak.
Green Spot Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey ($61.99): Approximately 6000 bottles produced each year. A blend of 8- and 9-year old whiskeys, with 25% matured in old Sherry casks. With aromas of citrus, tropical fruits, vanilla, and a rich palate with refreshing notes of herbs and eucalyptus. A great sipping whiskey that is undoubtedly one of the greatest in the world.
Yellow Spot 12 Year Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey ($99.99): Masses of fleshy stone fruit on the nose, especially peach and apricot with hints of sherried dried fruit and Bourbon cask vanilla. The palate is equally fruity with a substantial, thick body and a velvety texture. The finish is long and sweet with notes of marzipan and dried apricots.