The first release in this three-part collection! This single malt is triple-distilled and aged in bourbon barrels then finished in signature Camus cognac casks. Before bottling, the island’s Trinity Well water is added. It boasts a smokey aroma with flavours of spice and tobacco with a lingering her..
Lambay Malt Whiskey Cognac Cask Finish is the fourth addition to the Lambay arsenal and contains a blend of three premium, independently sourced Irish single malt distillates. This blend contains both double and triple distilled whiskey which has been finished in French oak Cognac casks.Created thro..
From Lambay comes a small batch blended whiskey which is comprised of a combination of carefully selected malted barley and grain whiskey which has been triple distilled. It is then matured in ex-bourbon barrels before concluding its journey in cognac casks. Water from Lambay Island’s Trinity Well i..
The oldest expression from the Lambay Distillery and certainly one of the rarest! This single malt has aged in Bourbon barrels for 18 years and then finished in Camus Cognac casks. These casks are unique as they are exposed to the sea air on Lambay island. Offers rich aromas of vanilla, oak spice an..
An exclusive release from Lambay! This fine dram has aged in hand-selected French Oak Cognac Casks and is full of plum and cherry aromas with safron and walnut flavours and a sweet, lingering finish. Bottled at 56.5% ABV and Non Chill Filtered. Limited to 409 bottles. We recommend adding a..
A highly exclusive Single Cask Strength whiskey aged in French oak Cognac cask (number 2545) and is bonded by the sea in a warehouse called the Sea Cask Room. Only 350-400 bottles have been released, bearing the signature of Lambay’s Cellar Master, Yonael Bernard. The casks used are carried across t..
Lambay Irish Whiskey Single Malt is a triple distilled whiskey which has been finished in French oak cognac casks. A certain number of these casks have been exposed to the maritime elements of the Irish Sea, evoking subtle notes of salt, iodine and seaweed to this idiosyncratic single malt...