A new premium expression is to be launched for The Dubliner Irish whiskey range, made with whiskeys aged for up to 10 years.
Master distiller Darryl McNally has blended a selection of single malt and grain Irish whiskeys matured in ex-bourbon casks – as with all the brand’s whiskeys – to create The Dubliner Master Distiller’s Reserve.
Bottled at 42% ABV, the rich amber-coloured whiskey is said to have a malty, fruity aroma with notes of vanilla and a smooth, balanced, slightly spicy and intensely fruity taste profile.
Due to be launched by Quintessential Brands in January, it will join The Dubliner Irish Whiskey, The Dubliner Whiskey & Honeycomb and The Dubliner 10 Year Old Single Malt Whiskey.
Darryl said: “With The Dubliner Master Distiller’s Reserve, I set out to create a whiskey that showcased the unique characteristics of the individual whiskeys, blending them together in a way that ensured the end product was still true to the style of The Dubliner range.
“My take on Irish whiskey has always been staying true to tradition, but with a bit of a twist, which I believe we have achieved with The Dubliner Master Distiller’s Reserve.
“I’m very proud of the final product and I’m confident it will help to bring yet more consumers into the Irish whiskey category.”