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Slane Irish Whiskey

Slane Irish Whiskey is aged in three different types of casks, Virgin and Seasoned Oak made by the cooperages at Brown-Forman in Kentucky and Oloroso from Jerez in Spain. This signature triple casked process adds to Slane's smooth and complex qualities.  The Virgin Casks with their medium char and heavy toast contribute flavors of toasted oak and vanilla. The Seasoned Casks are Tennessee Whiskey and Bourbon Barrels and contribute flavors of plum, banana, caramel and butterscotch.The Sherry Casks are Oloroso and contribute flavors of raisin and spice. This Irish Whiskey is smooth, complex, robust and as uncommon as it's colorful history.  

Over 300 years of history are at Slane Castle, County Meath owned by the Conyngham family.  From the first reconstruction of the castle in 1785 to the 1980s concert venue that brought the Irish Music Scene front and center to the world to the flavorful Irish Whiskey distilled there today. Slane Irish Whiskey is created by Brown-Forman, they have been leaders in whiskey since 1870, and the Conyngham family.  These two families with their combined histories and shared values are united in innovation and craftsmanship. 

Marrying toasted grain and malt whiskeys with the distinctive flavors each cask imparts make Slane Irish Whiskey a bold new arrival to the blended category.  It tastes of spice, rich caramel, butterscotch, and layers of dried fruits. It is also delicious served on the rocks and neat.