Midleton Very Rare – Forêt de Tronçais

Midleton Very Rare – Forêt de Tronçais

$4,758.00 USD
70cl / 48%

This is an exceptionally small batch release, the first of its kind marrying the pinnacle of Irish Whiskey with the Pinnacle of French Oak from the Forêt de Tronçais in France.

 This release features single grain and single pot still whiskeys matured from the 1980s to 2000s in American Bourbon barrels.

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RegionIreland

Distillery StatusOperational

Size70cl

Delivery Weight5.0 kg

Strength48%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


The Midleton distilleries complex is situated in Midleton, County Cork, Ireland. It is owned by Pernod Ricard. Located alongside is the Old Midleton Distillery which was established in the early 17th century.

Midleton is one of the most modern distilleries in the world and has its production areas linked via fibre-optic networks. The Midleton factory, with a production capacity of 64 million litres per annum, is the largest in Ireland. The distillery boasts three 75,000 litre pot stills, and three column, which are used in combinations of three to produce different types of whiskey.

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