Knappogue Castle Whiskey

Irish Whiskey

Knappogue Castle distills a malted barley, single malt whisky, that is exceptionally smooth to drink. The smoothness is due to the triple distillation processing using traditional onion-shaped copper pot stills. After distillation whisky is aged in bourbon oak casks, where they currently offer a 12, 14, and 16 year whiskey with an occasional limited edition whiskey. Knappogue Castle is known for bottling one of the oldest and rarest known Irish whiskies, Knappogue Castle 1951



Currently produced under the distiller Castle Brands.




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