The Tullamore Dew from the south of Ireland is a rich blend whose fine smoky taste of honey gives it an unforgettable aromatic expression. It can be compared to another Irish whiskey barely. Golden yellow barley and clear spring water form the basis of Tullamore Dew. The distillery Tullamore, which is now owned by Allied Domecq, was founded in 1829 in the county Offlay and later taken over by Daniel E. Williams, who helped the contemporary blend to its name. The The Tullamore Dew is an established Irish whiskey. It was first produced in 1829, founded by Michael Molloy Tullamore distillery in the same place Irish Tullamore in County Offaly. The suffix Dew goes back to Daniel Edmond Williams, the 1887 was chief executive of the distillery of the year and his initials D.E.W. anhängte the name of the whiskey. Today Tullamore Dew is part of the Scottish company William Grant & Sons and is produced in Midleton. The Tullamore Dew is a blended whiskey, which is a compilation of different single whiskeys. It tastes mild compared to other whiskeys and has not too strong and dominant flavors. It has, in comparison to most whiskeys, no smoky flavor, which makes it taste more pleasant.
Tullamore Dew Blended Irish Whiskey is a 70 year old blended whisky from the Tullamore whisky distillery. Rated an average of 3.8 out of 5 by 154 reviewers and available from Amazon for only £15.0, with reviews like that this is one blended whisky you can’t afford to miss
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