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Knappogue Castle 14 Years Old 70cl 46°

Distillery : Knappogue Castle / Country : Ireland / Reference: : 22889

Produced in the Knappogue Castle built by Sean MacNamara in 1467, this amazing 14 Year-Old Single Malt revives Irish history. Mark Edwin Andrews, the new landlord, presents today this spirit of exceptional quality.

Knappogue Castle 14 Years Old is produced with non-peated malted barley and has been triple-distilled, revealing the natural aromas of barley grains. Knappogue Castle is triple-distilled in traditional pot stills and aged in oak casks stored at a steady temperature for 14 years.

This expression is a combination of Single Malt Irish Whiskey, aged in Bourbon barrels (80%) and Sherry Oloroso (20%). Knappogue Castle 14 Years Old is non-chill filtered and bottled without any added colourings. This is a subtle, premium quality Single Malt with a beautiful clear and golden colour, with a biscuity flavour and spices, and a clean and pleasant finish.

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Features

Volume0.7 L
ABV46 °
TypeSingle malt
DistilleryKnappogue Castle
CountryIreland
RegionCounty Clare
Age14 years
MaturationBourbon & Sherry
PeatNon Peated
CharacteristicsNon Chill-Filtered
PackagingCase
Reference:22889

For centuries, fine whisky has been produced in Ireland. The word “whiskey” comes from ancient Gaelic “uisce beatha”, meaning “water of life”.


In the 1960’s, Mark Edwin Andrews, an American with strong ties to Ireland, purchased barrels of Irish whiskey. He left them to age before bottling them under the Knappogue label, the name of his castle originally built by the MacNamara clan in County Clare, 1467, in order to lead the rebellion against the Norman invasion.


Knappogue Castle keeps the tradition alive as initiated by the Andrews and produces exceptional Single Malts. Mark Edwin Andrews and his wife Lavone Dickensheets Andrews, a Texas architect, embarked on a journey to return the castle to its past grandeur and glory, and then Mark Edwin Andrews fell in love with the art of bottling and built the quality Knappogue Castle brand.

Colour: bright cristalline gold.

Nose: rich and malty aromas of biscuits and grains, with spicy and peppery undertones.

Palate: mellow and quite well-balanced, a fruity flavour sprinkled with mild spices.

Finish: medium, sweet and velvety.