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Samuel Gelston's Blended Irish Whiskey
Samuel Gelston's Blended Irish Whiskey
Samuel Gelston's Blended Irish Whiskey
Samuel Gelston's Blended Irish Whiskey

Samuel Gelston's Blended Irish Whiskey

A smooth, triple-distilled blended Irish whiskey matured in ex-bourbon casks
Offer ends 27/09/2022

Samuel Gelston's blend uses locally sourced Irish barley, giving it a smooth, rounded flavour profile which has a honeyed mouthfeel. Perfect for mixing.

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Bottle at a glance

  • Size: 70cl
  • Alc Vol: 40.00 %vol
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Please note - Every effort is taken to ensure the vintage displayed
on this page is the vintage supplied, but due to constantly refreshed
stock the vintage supplied may vary. This product may contain sulphites.

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A history of quality and innovation

Gelston’s Old Irish Whiskey was founded in 1830 by Samuel Gelston, a successful wine and whiskey merchant from Belfast. Upon his death in 1869, the business was bought by Harry Neill. Harry had left Belfast in 1851 to seek his fortune in the Australian Gold Rush, returning to Ireland in 1862 a wealthy man.

With a passion for whiskey, Harry went on to expand the business and was instrumental in starting to export to Australia and New Zealand. Five generations on, Samuel Gelston’s still remains with the Neill family and they continue to deliver world-class Irish whiskeys.

Samuel Gelston's Blended Irish Whiskey is made from a blend of locally sourced Irish malted barley and grain that is triple distilled for smoothness, then matured in the finest quality ex-bourbon oak casks. It can be savoured neat, over ice or mixed into a long refreshing serve.