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Redbreast receives 11,000 bids for Dream Cask release

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twenty sixth Could, 2021 by Alice Brooker

Irish Distillers-owned whiskey model Redbreast noticed 1000’s enter a poll to buy its 29-year-old Dream Cask launch.


Restricted version: Redbreast Dream Cask Oloroso Sherry Version

An internet poll for Redbreast’s ‘sought-after’ 29-year-old Dream Cask expression was entered by 11,000 whiskey followers all over the world.

The Dream Cask whiskey is the fourth launch within the annual collection produced by Irish Distillers at Midleton Distillery in County Cork, Eire.

Simply 924 bottles of the 2021 Dream Cask have been made.

1000’s of followers signed up hoping to get the possibility to buy the one pot nonetheless whiskey, which was created by vatting 4 whiskeys aged for at least 29 years in ex-Bourbon, Sherry and ruby Port-seasoned casks.

These whiskeys have been married in a single oloroso Sherry butt from Jerez de la Frontera in Spain, then left to mature for an additional 15 months.

The 29-year-old was obtainable worldwide by means of the poll which was hosted on Redbreast’s on-line members’ membership, The Birdhouse.

Grasp blender at Irish Distillers, Billy Leighton, mentioned: “We now have been overwhelmed by the exceptional response to this yr’s poll and delighted to see the continued momentum for our Redbreast Dream Cask assortment.

“With shoppers as far afield as Iceland, Hong Kong and South Africa, we’re proud to see Redbreast Irish Whiskey chickening out throughout the globe.”

The Redbreast Dream Cask Oloroso Sherry Version is the newest launch in a collection of Redbreast Irish whiskeys, that are unveiled on an annual foundation to mark World Whisky Day.

Irish Distillers not too long ago provided the possibility for a UK shopper to win a bottle of the 29-year-old by finding one of six golden corks hidden among its latest release of Redbreast 12.

Scotland-based Raasay Distillery additionally not too long ago noticed a powerful response to its whisky poll, receiving more than 17,000 worldwide bids for 2,500 bottles of its new single malt.

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