TARBH Irish Whiskey

In ancient Ireland cattle were central to a predominantly farming lifestyle and served as a measure of wealth. The bull in particular, or Tarbh in Gaelic, was prized by the Celtic High Kings as a symbol of character and status. The continued to be an integral part of society, when Irish monks first distilled whiskey in the 15th Century. Aptly named, Tarbh is an Irish Whiskey of quality and distinction.

Nose: Hay, slight citrus, oak chips and vanilla on the nose.

Taste: Malt, lingering sweetness, vanilla, butterscotch and citrus. Light and fruity, flavour at the end being sweet spice.

Unique selling points:

  • Non chill filtered
  • No added colour
  • Triple distilled
  • Small batch
  • Aged in Bourbon Casks