Tyrconnell 16 Year Old
A fruity, limited-edition whiskey that was double-distilled at Cooley's and then filled into bourbon barrels for 16 years. This is a rich, oily single malt with vibrant fruit flavours and a long, herbal finish.
Tyrconnell was a two-year-old chestnut colt that, against the odds, won the National Produce Stakes Horse Race in 1876. This achievement was initially commemorated in a small-batch whiskey made by the local Watts family and now again, 140 years later, in this new limited-edition single malt.