Dingle presents first core range single malt whiskey
The triple distilledis completely produced at the Dingle
The Irish Dingle Distillery reached a milestone with the launch of its first core range whiskey: The triple distilled Dingle Irish Whiskey will permanently enrich the distillery's portfolio.
50,000 bottles of the Dingle Irish Single Malt Whiskey will hit the domestic and international market this year, including the UK, Germany, France, China and the US as Dingle's key markets. The annual of the Dingle Single Malt is to be increased to 100,000 bottles by 2023; in addition, there will be another half a million bottles from the rest of the Dingle portfolio.
61% of the Dingle Single Malt Whiskey was matured in and 39% in ex- . It's predomonantly batched from six to seven-year-old that was handcrafted at Dingle Distillery. The distillery uses their own source at a depth of 240 meters. The whiskey was at 46.3% . The distillery doesn’t use and the whiskey is bottled at natural .
100% Dingle Whiskey
“Quality has always been at the heart of our DNA at Dingle Single Malt launch. We are one of few distilleries in Ireland solely producing our own spirit – we don’t buy from or sell to other distilleries. When a customer buys from Dingle, they do so with the reassurance that the spirit is 100% Dingle,“ Elliot Hughes, Managing Director at Dingle Distillery, explains and adds: “ This new core expression will provide the opportunity for the distillery to grow. By adding significant volume to our business, we can open up new markets and broaden our appeal to attract a new type of customer. We’re very excited to present our Dingle to the market and look forward to hearing the reaction from Dingle fans and new customers alike.”, and that remains the case with our
Graham Coull, production of our Dingle Single Malt, and a key point of differentiation. We use first fill only casks to produce a richer , while the with their sweetness help to get the flavour in quickly, providing good to the liquid. Dingle Single Malt can be enjoyed neat, with ice, or as a mixing spirit for high end cocktails. We hope whiskey lovers will enjoy sampling our new signature product.”at Dingle , comments: “Cask quality is hugely important in the
Producer’s tasting notes for the Dingle Irish Single Malt Whiskey
Nose: Lime Zest & Chopped Mint. Fresh Sweet Pear.
Taste: Apples, Caramel, Raisins, Vanilla.
Finish: Honey sweetness & mixed spice linger on the tongue.
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