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Lambay Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Lambay Single Malt Irish Whiskey is made on Lambay Island just 3 miles off the coast of Dublin. It is the partnership of 2 very old families, Alexander Baring, whose family has owned Lambay since 1904, and Cyril Camus, the fifth generation of Maison Camus, makers of legendary Cognac. They bonded over their love of nature and the finer things in life. They wanted to create an innovative Irish Whiskey showcasing the Maison Camus techniques inspired by the oddities of Lambay Island, home to a herd of grazing cattle, the improbability of puffins, and even more improbable group of red-necked wallabies.

What really makes this a unique Irish Whiskey are the Cognac Casks. First shipped from Maison Camus to Lambay Island, the Cognac Casks rest exposed to the sea air, where they are imparted with notes of iodine, seaweed, and salt. Allowing these subtle elements to influence the casks brings a new flavor profile to each batch. Then triple distilled Single Malt Irish Whiskey made from 100% malted barley from a single distillery is allowed to mature in them for 3 to 5 years. The final product is a smooth, well balanced Single Malt.

Lambay Single Malt tastes of coconut, malt, dried fruit, and berries. It finishes with a lingering malt sweetness and orchard fruits. We recommend you enjoy it neat or served over a gentleman's cube.