The Dubliner lines up launch of Master Distiller's Reserve whiskey

02 October, 2017

Quintessential Brands is adding a new premium blended Irish whiskey to its Dubliner range in January.

The Dubliner Master’s Reserve is a blend of single malt and single grain whiskeys aged in bourbon casks for up to 10 years and bottled at 42% abv.

Master distiller Darryl McNally said: “I set out to create whiskey that showcased the unique characteristics of the different whiskies, blending them together in a way that ensured the end product was still true to the style of The Dubliner range.

“My take on Irish whiskey has always been staying true to tradition, but with a bit of a twist, which I believe we have achieved with the Dubliner Master Distiller’s Reserve.”




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