In the Northwest of Ireland lies an ancient Gaelic kingdom called Tyrconnell. Tyrconnell when translated from Gaelic means "Land of O'Donnell". The O'Donnell's were, prior to colonisation, one of the most powerful Gaelic noble families. The territory is famous for its distilling tradition. One of the oldest distilleries in the region, established 1762, was Andrew A. Watt. The Watt's flagship brand was the world famous "The Tyrconnell" single malt pure pot still Irish Whiskey.
Age: 10 years old
Cask Type: Madeira Cask
46% ABV / 70cl
Please note minor dent to carton lid
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