- Two Stacks Irish Whiskey completes the Blenders Cut – straight from the cask series, with their final two Independent bottling expressions
- Release includes The Blenders Cut – Sauternes Cask ABV (63.5%) and Barbados Rum Cask ABV (63.5%)
- 20th November launch date, individually numbered, boxed, and limited to just 222 bottles each
Continuing the contemporary revival in the age-old tradition of Independent bonding, blending and bottling, the team at Ireland Craft Beverages are releasing The Blenders Cut – Sauternes Cask Strength and The Blenders Cut – Barbados Rum Cask Strength – this will be the final two bottlings in their limited-edition Blenders Cut.
Bonded and bottled from Killowen Distillery, in the scenic area of the Mourne mountains, Co. Down, Two Stacks are continuing to produce limited-edition premium whiskey that enthusiasts will want in their drink’s cabinet.
‘’When we started Two Stacks, our ambition was to build a whiskey brand recognized for the quality liquid, transparency in each release, and contemporary eye-catching branding”, says Donal “The release of the Blenders Cut specialty cask finish is a reflection of those ambitions. As important as the quality of whiskey and branding, are the casks we selected for finishing. The history of the casks, where they were made, where they were used, and for how long they were used for’’
Inspired by Irish distilleries and merchants of old and contemporary global brands of new, Two Stacks Irish Whiskey has the ambition to develop a premium brand recognized for quality rather than quantity, attention to detail, and Integrity.
Utilizing age old artisan techniques, Two Stacks is writing a new chapter in Ireland’s whiskey heritage – Sláinte
The Blenders Cut – Sauternes Cask Strength is a premium cask strength whiskey that boasts an ABV at 63.5%. It takes our original complex blend of single pot still, double and peated malt, light and dark grain whiskey, aging for 45 days in Sauternes casks. The whiskey is non-chill-filtered with no added colouring before being hand-bottled.
Priced at €99/£89, only 222 individually hand-numbered bottles are available from November 20th at Irishmalts, Celtic Whiskey Shop, and other select retailers listed with Anzac distributors in Northern Ireland.
Nose: Delicate floral notes of fresh grass, subtle honeycomb, and sweet vanilla.
Palate: A warm coating of honeysuckle, playing host to sweet grape, peach skin, and citrus marmalade
Finish: A sweet dry finish, citrus more prominent with gentle spice and orange blossom
The Blenders Cut – Barbados Rum Cask Strength is a premium cask strength whiskey that boasts an ABV at 63.5%. It takes our original complex blend of single pot still, double and peated malt, light and dark grain whiskey aged for 90 days in plantation rum casks, The whiskey is non-chill-filtered with no added colouring before being hand-bottled.
Priced at €99/£89, only 222 individually hand-numbered bottles are available from November 20th at Irish Malts, Celtic Whiskey Shop, and other select retailers listed with Anzac distributors in Northern Ireland.
Nose: The rum influence dominates the senses, with flickers of sweet pineapple, molasses, and golden syrup.
Palate: An explosion of pineapple, coconut, and fired banana smothered in golden syrup
Finish: A long rum induced finish of wood and vanilla spice and toffee.
Donal McLynn, Co-Founder of Two Stacks, says:
We are delighted to announce the release of the 2 remaining expressions in our Straight from The Cask series. The 3rd edition, a beautiful and delicate Sauternes cask finish accompanied be the 4th and final whiskey cask to be disgorged, A French oak barrel once playing host to a 5-year-old rum in Barbados. The Blenders Cut spent 90 days soaking up all the flavors the Caribbean had to offer. Both expressions have an abundance of flavour, and yet completely different to one another. The addition of water to the Whiskey will bring some of those peat notes back to life too. Truly mouthwatering.
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