Dunville's Very Rare 10 Year Old Irish Whiskey
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Dunville's Three Crowns
Dunville's Three Crowns was an Irish whiskey produced by Dunville in Belfast years and years ago, though sadly the Dunville's brand was lost to the ravages of time in the 1930s. Fast-forward to 2016, and the Echlinville distillery (Northern Ireland's first licensed distillery in over 125 years) have revitalised the Dunville name and relaunched Dunville's Three Crowns! Huzzah!
Dunville's Peated Three Crowns
A peated Irish whiskey which has been very well received scoring 94.5 points in the 2018 edition of Jim Murrays whiskey bible. Made up of a single grain Whiskey, a 10 year Old single malt and a 15 year Old oloroso sherry finished single malt which have been married together in a peated cask. Its not too often that peated Irish whiskeys pop up, so take full advantage of this one!
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