Made according to a 700 year old recipe. This is essentially a flavoured Poitín and it was created by Chris Hennessy of the Dylan Bar in Cork and Jarod Cuffe the founder of Off The Cuffe Bitters. Best described as Christmas in a glass, this has flavours of dried fruits along with traditional winter ..
Made at the BallyKeefe Distillery. Owned and managed by the Ging family, who can trace their farming history far back to when records began. This has been traditional distilled three times in copper pot stills...
One of the best Irish Poitíns available. This is distilled at the Echlinville distillery using barley, potatoes and sugar beet. Pronounced 'Bawn' it is made in traditional copper stills and bottled at an honest 48%. Bán makes an excellent 'Belfast Coffee' but can also be used for a huge variety of c..
A triple distilled poitín that has been made in traditional copper pot stills using malted barley and spring water. Bottled at a powerful 55%. Try it neat if you dare, or add a little water. This can also work wonders in many cocktails where the floral and malted grain flavours work a treat. ..
Created using a carefully guarded secret recipe from a local Mourne family. This has been distilled in hand beaten copper pot stills using a base mix of wheat, barley and oats. The malted grains amongst the mix are hand kilned at the distillery over a peat fire. Just about as authentic and tradition..
An award winning Poitín that is made 100% from malted barley and then distilled in traditional copper pot stills. This is clean, crisp and delicate tasting with flavours of malted grains and citrus fruits. For each bottle of Mad March Hare Poitín purchased, you will receive 2 mugs and a 500ml b..
Made using an old family recipe. Micil Heritage Poitin is made using malted barley grain and oats that have been kilned over peat fires. The barley gives flavours of smokey smoothness, malt, treacle and spice whilst the oats add vanilla and a soft peatiness. As with the standard Micil some local Bog..
Micil is distilled in Galway's first legal distillery in 100 years. Pádraic Ó Griallais is a 6th generation poitín maker and has named Micil in honour of his great-great-great grandfather who was famed for producing the best moonshine in the area. The distillery uses 100% grain along with a local bo..
Created using a mash of malted barley and potatoes which have been slowly fermented together. This beer is then distilled slowly for 7-9 hours using a direct fired pot still. The distillation amounts are very small with several runs going into each batch f 250 bottles or so. Made at the Baoille..
Distilled onsite at the Connaught Distillery in traditional copper pot stills. This is made using malted barley as the base ingredient and the result is a great tasting Poitín that can be drunk straight or in a variety of cocktails. Bottled at 45%. ..
Distilled at the Teeling Distillery in the Liberties area of Dublin. Spirit of Dublin has been made using a 50/50 mix of unmalted barley and malted barley. It can be compared to an unaged Single Pot Still whiskey but being a new spirit it has a character all of its own. On its release this was the f..
Made with a two grain mix of wheat and malted barley. This poitín has been carefully distilled to remove any unpleasant congeners. Unusually for a poiítn it has been briefly stored in wood for 10 weeks, this ageing has rounded out the flavours and further removed any harshness in the spirit. Mourne ..
Infused and distilled with hazelnuts giving a strong and warmingly nutty taste. This poitín has also been slightly sweetened giving it a luxurious and silky mouthfeel. Like the standard Pooka Poitín this has also been aged in wood for a brief period which has helped to harmonise the flavours. Bottle..