Kilbeggan whiskey is an Irish whiskey produced in County Westmeath. It is an Irish blend distilled since 1757 in the old Locke's Distillery. Although the latter is closed since the 1950s, this whiskey is distilled in the Cooley Distillery, then aged in the Kilbeggan Distillery.

Kilbeggan whiskey

Kilbeggan whiskey is an Irish whiskey produced in County Westmeath. It is an Irish blend distilled since 1757 in the old Locke's Distillery. Although the latter is closed since the 1950s, this whiskey is distilled in the Cooley Distillery, then aged in the Kilbeggan Distillery.

Kilbeggan whiskey is an Irish whiskey produced in County Westmeath. It is an Irish blend distilled since 1757 in the old Locke’s Distillery. Although the latter is closed since the 1950s, this whiskey is distilled in the Cooley Distillery, then aged in the Kilbeggan Distillery.

Kilbeggan Whiskey

An Irish blend aged in oak barrels.

Kilbeggan whiskey is produced at Cooley Distillery in County Louth, but is slowly aged for many years in oak casks at Kilbeggan Distillery.

Kilbeggan whiskey is produced by double distillation, instead of the three dear to the Irish. As for the aromas, its taste is slightly sweet on the palate, with strong notes of caramelized malt and oak.

Kilbeggan is served in most good Irish pubs, and can also be found in local shops. As for France, this whiskey is rather popular and can be found in cellars, supermarkets and specialized shops.

L’abus d’alcool est dangereux pour la santé. A consommer avec modération.

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