Type: Irish Whiskey

It all started in 1776, when the McConnell family of Belfast began selling their whisky to the public.

It quickly became one of the most sought-after spirits in Ireland, and to keep up with demand, the McConnells built a distillery: a sprawling, buzzing compound on the banks of the River Lagan.

The next 154 years would be spent dedicated to a single pursuit: producing the finest whisky in all of Ireland.

Many whisky drinkers believed that they achieved their goal, making McConnell’s the most famous Irish whisky of the time. But what about that “e “? Back in the 1900’s, adding the “e” was a way for Irelands distillers to differentiate themselves however McConnell’s, already an iconic brand with 125 years of production, decided to keep with tradition – no “e” in whisky, Slainte!



McConnell's Irish Whiskey

It's all in the blend: creamy, citrus, floral, fruity & smoky.

The perfect blend between malted barley & grain and the special handpicked bourbon barrels add a delicate and subtle sweetness with a deep oak woodiness & light char to the finish.

ABV: 42%

Nose: Light citrus notes, peppered spice and vanilla undertones.

Taste: Earthy fruits, butterscotch & vanilla sweetness from the bourbon casks, white pepper followed by an oak woodiness.

Finish: Sweet, spice, oak, with lingering ripe fruits. 

McConnell's Sherry Cask Irish Whisky

McConnell’s Sherry Cask Finish is aged for 5 years in 1st fill select Bourbon barrels.

It is then finished in the finest Oloroso Sherry Casks which bring out rich aromas of dried figs, dark chocolate and lingering spice.

ABV: 46%

Nose: Dried figs and currants followed by Christmas spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon, dark chocolate, and a hint of fresh leather.

Taste: Demerara sugar, dark ripe cherries and black raspberry followed by bitter dark chocolate shavings and rich red apples.

Finish: Lingering oak notes, with a hint of leather and subtle clove spice.