Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still

Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

Product Details:

  • Name: Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
  • Type: Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey
  • Age: 12 years
  • Region: Ireland
  • Alcohol by Volume: 40% ABV

Overview: Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is a renowned and beloved expression in the world of Irish whiskey. Produced in Ireland, this whiskey is a shining example of the single pot still style, known for its rich, full-bodied character. It's aged for a minimum of 12 years, allowing it to develop its complex flavors and exceptional smoothness.

Production: This exceptional Irish whiskey is crafted through a meticulous production process:

  1. Ingredients: Redbreast is made from a combination of malted and unmalted barley, a unique feature of Irish whiskey production. The use of traditional pot stills in its distillation adds depth and character.

  2. Fermentation: The barley is fermented using natural yeasts and pure water from Ireland's pristine sources, contributing to the whiskey's purity and quality.

  3. Distillation: The whiskey undergoes triple distillation in copper pot stills, a standard practice in Irish whiskey production that results in a smoother and more refined spirit.

  4. Maturation: Redbreast 12 Year is matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and sherry-seasoned oak casks for a minimum of 12 years. This extended aging period imparts complexity and depth to the whiskey.

Tasting Notes: Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey offers a captivating flavor profile:

  • Appearance: It exhibits a warm, deep amber hue in the glass.

  • Aroma: On the nose, you'll encounter a harmonious blend of dried fruits, nuts, and spices. Notes of raisins, figs, toasted oak, and vanilla create an inviting bouquet.

  • Palate: The palate is a journey of flavors. Rich and full-bodied, it offers a delightful combination of sweet, creamy maltiness with hints of sherry, nutmeg, and baking spices. There are also traces of tropical fruits and a subtle touch of leather.

  • Finish: Redbreast 12 Year leaves you with a long and warming finish. The sherry influence lingers, accompanied by a gentle spice kick and a sense of satisfaction.

Packaging: Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is presented in a classic bottle with the iconic red label. Its packaging reflects the whiskey's heritage and tradition, embodying the essence of Irish whiskey craftsmanship.

Serving: This whiskey is best enjoyed neat or with a few drops of water to unlock its full range of flavors. It's perfect for sipping slowly and savoring the complexity of its taste profile.

Conclusion: Redbreast 12 Year Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey is a testament to the excellence of Irish whiskey production. Its combination of traditional methods, quality ingredients, and patient maturation results in a whiskey that's celebrated for its depth, richness, and balance. Whether you're a seasoned whiskey enthusiast or new to the world of Irish whiskey, Redbreast 12 Year is a delightful and approachable choice. You can find this exceptional Irish whiskey at Third Base Market & Spirits, where you can experience the legacy of Irish whiskey craftsmanship in every sip.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Party in a bottle everytime I open a bottle with friends

Tom B
Soft, fruity, delicious, and gently warming

This is a wonderful whiskey even at the moderate price--quite a value, showing qualities found more often in still-costlier bottles. It has a beautiful variety of ripe and dried fruits on the nose, with caramel, fruits, and soft spices on the palate. No heat in the mouth or throat, but warms you like a soft depth charge. Beautifully conceived and executed, worth many repeats.

Marvin Faison

Love this whiskey...bold taste and smooth. Mostly a bourbon guy but love this Irish Whiskey!

Redbreast 12

This one is truly a lovely whiskey. The sherry influence is more pronounced than the Green Spot, or the Powers Signature. The flavors are rich and balanced overall, displaying red fruit, honey, clove, toasted cereal. While there is a noted creaminess in the mouth, to me it is less than the Green Spot. This also has slightly more heat and has a slight astringency on the finish---not uncommon in sherry finishes.

ray strzelecki
St. Patty's Day in October

Great whiskey to celebrate a friend's 60th birthday in NYC. Delivery very punctual!