Tullamore Dew fills its own gap

Tullamore Dew is shipping 900 cases of a new Irish whiskey label to the U.S. this winter.

The limited-release blend, Tullamore Dew 10 Years Old Reserve, will fit between the standard and 12-year-old versions. The suggested retail price is $35. The existing Dews each go for $23 and $39 each. The new blend uses a mix of pot-stilled spirits aged in Spanish and American oak casks.

Tullamore Dew dates to 1829, when it was born in west central Ireland, in Tullamore, Count Offaly. The whiskey is now made by Midleton Distillery in County Cork.

To Dowd's Wine Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Spirits Notebook
To Dowd's Brews Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Non-Alcohol Drinks Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Tasting Notes latest entry.
Back to Dowd On Drinks home page.

No comments: