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Clonakilty Single Pot Still Core Release Batch 1

First releases are coming thick and fast here in Ireland now. After decades of just idling along Irish whiskey is actually starting to get motoring. We are up to 50 distilleries on the island now and around 20 of those have products on the market that contain all their own liquid. On top of this there seems to be an ever-increasing interest in Irish whiskey abroad, apart from Scotland (especially in the Rover household). Irish whiskey certainly seems to be riding the crest of a wave and long may it continue. For all the speculation that the whiskey bubble will burst its growth seems to continue year on year. I do think people are reducing expenditure on whiskey though, being much more selective on what they purchase. Definitely auction prices, both in Ireland and Scotland aren’t achieving the heady heights of mid-pandemic when frankly we had little else to do but buy whiskey. Inaugural releases have to date provided the opportunity for silly asking prices…..Ballykeefe anyone? I thi

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