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Irish Gin

Irish gin may be new to people beyond the Emerald Isle, but its most popular gin, Cork Dry Gin, has been produced there for over two hundred years.

The distillery was founded around 1793 by the Watercourse Distillery in the city of Cork. Now produced by a major manufacturer, Irish Distillers, Cork Dry Gin is the largest selling gin in Ireland. Tasting notes for this classic gin suggest drinkers savour the refreshing citrus flavours of the spirit and note the addition of angelica and coriander amongst the botanical blend.

Whilst Cork Dry Gin might be Ireland's oldest branded gin, along with the rest of the world, the Irish are now producing a huge variety of craft gins with over 50 brands and more than 20 distilleries. County Mayo even has its own curated gin trail for visitors.

As with all gin, the Irish gins draw on their natural landscapes for their botanicals. Dingle Original Gin is classed as a London Dry Gin, but it's blended with rowan berries, bog myrtle, fuchsia, hawthorn and heather for an infusion of the spectacular Kerry coastline. It's been a recipe for success. Dingle Original Gin won at the World Gin Awards in 2019, receiving the award for World’s Best London Dry Gin as well as the award for World’s Best Gin. Thanks to the wonderful Irish water and botanicals, there are many other amazing Irish gins to be sampled and savoured by gin connoisseurs. Sláinte! 

 

Irish gin may be new to people beyond the Emerald Isle, but its most popular gin, Cork Dry Gin, has been produced there for over two hundred years. The distillery was founded around 1793 by... read more »
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Irish Gin

Irish gin may be new to people beyond the Emerald Isle, but its most popular gin, Cork Dry Gin, has been produced there for over two hundred years.

The distillery was founded around 1793 by the Watercourse Distillery in the city of Cork. Now produced by a major manufacturer, Irish Distillers, Cork Dry Gin is the largest selling gin in Ireland. Tasting notes for this classic gin suggest drinkers savour the refreshing citrus flavours of the spirit and note the addition of angelica and coriander amongst the botanical blend.

Whilst Cork Dry Gin might be Ireland's oldest branded gin, along with the rest of the world, the Irish are now producing a huge variety of craft gins with over 50 brands and more than 20 distilleries. County Mayo even has its own curated gin trail for visitors.

As with all gin, the Irish gins draw on their natural landscapes for their botanicals. Dingle Original Gin is classed as a London Dry Gin, but it's blended with rowan berries, bog myrtle, fuchsia, hawthorn and heather for an infusion of the spectacular Kerry coastline. It's been a recipe for success. Dingle Original Gin won at the World Gin Awards in 2019, receiving the award for World’s Best London Dry Gin as well as the award for World’s Best Gin. Thanks to the wonderful Irish water and botanicals, there are many other amazing Irish gins to be sampled and savoured by gin connoisseurs. Sláinte! 

 

 
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