Kilbeggan is Gaelic for "Little Church". What is now an idyllic
the middle of Ireland was for many years an active religious centre built
around a monastery. Legend has it that monks in the 12th Century began
distilling Uisce Beatha (Water of Life) or whiskey using the waters of the
Brosna river, the barley from the surrounding fields and heating the stills
with turf from local peat bogland. Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey is distilled
from the pure clear water and barley of Ireland, gently matured for long
years in oak casks resting in ancient warehouses and skillfully blended to
create a whiskey of unique smoothness, balance and character.
Particularly good for Irish Coffee
ilbeggan Irish Whiskey first appeared as a John Locke's brand over 100 years ago and was sold successfully until Locke's distillery ceased production in the 1950's. Locke's distillery is the oldest continuously licensed whiskey distillery in the world dating back to 1757.
Drawing on centuries of tradition and craft, Kilbeggan Irish Whiskey is distilled from the purest clear water and the finest malted Irish barley and maize, gently matured for long years in oak casks in the ancient warehouses in Kilbeggan and skilfully blended to create a whiskey of unique smoothness, character and balance.
|Тип:||Blended Irish Whiskeys|
|Производитель:||Cooley Distillery, Old Kilbeggan Distillery|