A Sensory Journey through Irish Whiskey History

  • 10 Apr 2017
  • 19:15 - 21:30
  • The Cornstore, Cornmarket St., Cork
  • 2

Registration

  • This discounted ticket can only be purchased by members of Cork Whiskey Society
  • This ticket is for non-members

Registration is closed

To celebrate Cork Whiskey Festival, The Cornstore, in association with Cork Whiskey Society, invite you to taste Irish whiskey history. 

Our journey will begin with a recreation of an early 17th century Irish Usquebaugh recipe. From there we will meander through the history of Irish whiskey, whilst sampling vintage expressions, modern interpretations and recreations of old recipe's that will bring life to that story through your unique sense of taste and smell.

  • 17th century unaged "Usquebaugh" (recreation)
  • 18th century aged Usquebaugh (recreation)
  • Early 19th century Poitin (recreation) 
  • "The Golden Age" - 1865 Pure Pot Still Recipe
  • Cutty Sark Prohibition Edition - 1920's recreation 
  • Scotch blend - 2nd World War vintage Haig Gold
  • Innovation finally- 1950's era Irish Mist
  • A Lifeline in the 1950's - Irish Coffee. 
  • Fighting Back - 60's/70's Jameson Red Seal blend.
  • A Contemporary Craft - "Method & Madness Pot Still" Whiskey of Midleton.     

 

 

 

 

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