Barr an Uisce Wicklow Rare Small Batch Blended Irish Whiskey

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Size750mL Proof43% ABV *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
This small batch Oloroso Sherry finished whiskey is 20% of the 10YO single malt from their 1803, and 80% 4YO whiskey distilled from maize and barley.
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About Barr an Uisce Wicklow Rare Small Batch Blended Irish Whiskey

Barr An Uisce Wicklow Rare Irish Whiskey is a blend of 80% grain and 20% ten-year-old malt. Matured in first fill bourbon barrels for four years, it is finished in Oloroso casks for six months. 43% ABV. This unique whiskey is pale gold with aromas of vanilla, honey and fruit confit. 

The initial palate has a very smooth uninhibited entry with a mouth coating, viscose texture. Nutty, warm flavors approach mid-palate, with hints of raisin and plum. The finish is long and clean with subtle notes of marmalade and caramel.

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About Barr An Uisce

In a stunning and majestic countryside, deep in the rolling green hills of Wicklow, flows the Uisce Beatha, the “water of life” used by monks hundreds of years of go. Barr An Uisce, Irish for ‘Above the Water,’ was founded by Ian Jones of Redcross.

This is also the Irish name given to Barraniskey, which is a town set in the heart of the beautiful County of Wicklow, on the East Coast of Ireland. Known as the Garden of Ireland, Wicklow represents all that is stunning in the Irish countryside. Ian’s family has a storied history in the Pub business.

About Irish Whiskey

Contrary to popular belief that Scots invented whisk(e)y, Irish whiskey was mentioned almost a century before its Scottish brother.

Its origin comes from the perfume distilling monks who decided to tweak the recipe a bit, creating Irish whiskey.

Irish whiskey doesn’t have a lot of rules and regulations to be considered “pure” and can be made with various grains and processes, as long as it is aged for at least three years in wooden casks and has a max ABV of 94.8%.

If you’d like to check out our impressive selection of “Uisce Beatha,” find your new favorite in the Best reviewed Irish whiskeys, and explore our treasury of rare & hard to find Irish whiskeys.

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Pale gold in color. Aromas of vanilla, honey and baked fruits (confit). Very smooth entry and then expansive with a mouth coating, oily texture. Mid palate shows a nuttiness and warmth with hints of raisin and plum. Long, clean finish with subtle marmalade notes and caramel. Very versatile, served best in cocktails, neat, and on the rocks or with a splash of water.
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