Monthly Archives: February 2014

Green Spot – 25 February 2014

Produced at: the Midleton (Jameson) distillery.

Description: Green Spot Irish Whiskey is one of the rarest and finest whiskies in the world today. Produced by the Midleton (Jameson) distillery for the famed Dublin wine merchants, Mitchell & Son, production is limited to 500 cases a year. A blend of seven and eight year old pure pot still whiskies (essentially, whiskies made from both malted and unmalted barley, distilled in a pot still and not cut with grain whiskey), 25% of this whiskey is finished in sherry casks while the remainder ages in used bourbon barrels. Green Spot is the last remaining whiskey from the age when merchants would purchase barrels from distilleries and bottle them as their own product rather than a product of the distillery.
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Park Lane 12 Yrs (1964) – 4 February 2014

Produced at: Corby Distillery.

Description: As a fitting tribute to this blend of rare Canadian Whiskies, Corby developed this decanter fashioned after an original 19th Century antique hand-cut lead crystal decanter.
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