The Dublin Liberties Distilleries announced it will release four new Irish whiskys in the U.S., ranging from a 5-year expression to a 16-year.
Dublin Liberties refers to an historic area of the city that once was home to distilleries, mills, forges, printing press, illicit taverns and “dens of ill repute” once thrived, according to a news release. The area became known as Hell to locals because of its notoriety for “mayhem and riotous behavior.”
Here are descriptions of the respective whiskys:
- Oak Devil (SRP $44.99 – $49.99): A 5-year-old blend of malt and grain whiskey aged in American oak casks.
- The Copper Alley (SRP $59.99-$64.99): A 10-year-old single malt finished in 30-year-old Oloroso sherry casks, named for the oldest street in Dublin.
- The Murder Lane (SRP $89.99): A 13-year-old single malt aged in American oak barrels, then finished in Hungarian oak casks, named after an unmarked alleyway between Bow and James streets known as Murdering Lane.
- The Keeper’s Coin (SRP $159.99): A 16-year-old single malt aged in American oak