Only a century or so ago, Single Pot Still Whiskey encompassed over eighty percent of the world’s whiskey supplies.
But then came a series of historical events that almost wiped out our style of whiskey,
all before its more recent and inevitable return to the world stage.
No other country in the world can make Single Pot Still Whiskey. It is the original and the quintessential style of Irish Whiskey making. Over 300 years of Irish Whiskey skill and tradition goes into each and every sip.
As they say, ‘practice makes perfect’.
Midleton Single Pot Still Whiskeys are world renowned and eminently decorated for their signature pot still spices, silky mouth-feel and full, complex flavours.
WATCH THE FOLLOWING TO FIND OUT MORE ON THE UNIQUE HISTORY AND PROCESSES OF SINGLE POT STILL:
WHAT IS SINGLE POT STILL
MILLING, MASHING, FERMENTATION
REDBREAST IS ONE OF THE MOST AWARDED WHISKEYS IN THE WORLD.
Long after the demise of the whiskey bonder era in Ireland,Redbreast has lived on as the archetypal whiskey of that time. Enduring because of a trusted name and a devoted attention to detail.
THE MITCHELL FAMILY ENTERED THE WHISKEY BONDING BUSINESS IN 1887
At the peak of the Victorian whiskey boom, Mitchells originated the system of labeling casks with a daub of paint that identified the age of the whiskey inside and the names of these iconic whiskeys have survived to today.