Grace O’Malley Heather Infused Irish Gin features defining aromatics from the West Coast of Ireland including heather, which gives it its distinctively fresh, floral finish. Amongst its fragrant botanicals is the fraughan, or bilberry, a berry that grows in the wild on small evergreen shrubs.
Grace O’Malley was born, lived and died in County Mayo, land of her ancestors and clan. Situated in Connacht on the West Coast, Mhaigh Eo – plain of yews – is named after a small village in the south of the county. On the West Coast of Ireland to the north of Galway is a […]
Grace O’Malley was the chieftain of the O’Malley clan in all but title for most of her life, and was well-respected as a leader independent of her husband. She grew up in a seafaring clan and had navigation in her blood – but who were this wild clan of sailors over which she had under […]
While the production of whiskey is quite complex, it is also a very individual process, with each distillery using their own special techniques. From the exact temperatures used to the shape of the still and casks, each decision imparts on the spirit and how it forms into whiskey. Every country will have their own style […]
There are several requirements that need to be met to make Irish Whiskey. The first and most important one is that the whiskey must be completely produced within Ireland.