The Dead Rabbit
Irish Whiskey, 70cl

approx. £31.45


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 Serve at 15º-20º

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O Produtor, tasting note published in March 19th 2023

The Dead Rabbit whiskey is a devilishly concocted blend of malt and grain whiskeys, proudly dreamed and distilled in Dublin, Ireland. Serving a sentence of five long years in seasoned bourbon barrels, before solitary confinement in virgin oak casks, this whiskey is criminally good. On the nose, there’s big hits of cedar and vanilla. The palate is a full-bodied bloom of dark chocolate, orange and oak that gives way to a finish of buttery pastry and spices.

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The Dead Rabbit

The Dead Rabbit Irish Whiskey is a super-premium Irish whiskey that aims to capture all the swagger and attitude of the legendary Irish immigrant Dead Rabbit NYC Gang and the award-winning Irish bar of the same name, located in the heart of Manhattan, New York.

It’s a five-year blend with Irish malt and grain whisky, finished in virgin American oak for 5 years and crafted by Master Distiller Darryl McNally, in collaboration with Jack McGarry and Sean Muldoon, the founders of this famous New York bar, The Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog, which has repeatedly topped the list of the world’s 50 best bars.

Allergens information

Contains sulphites.

SKU: 103232

The Dublin Liberties Distillery

The Dublin Liberties Distillery is a state-of-the-art craft whiskey distillery and home to the Irish whiskey brands: the award-winning Dubliner and Dublin Liberties whiskies. The portfolio of award-winning Irish whiskeys has a whiskey to please every palate.

Although the distillery is an example of modern excellence, distillation and whiskey have been closely linked to Liberties for centuries. Dating back to the 11th century, Liberties was an area outside the walls of the city of Dublin and, as such, escaped Dublin’s jurisdiction, laws, and taxes. It was a bustling center of trade and illicit activities.

Dating back to the 1700s, the distillery building is a testament to the industry of this historic neighborhood. Originally conceived as a mill, the distillery was initially, for many years, a tannery specializing in the treatment of rabbit skins.

Currently, it has the capacity to produce over 700,000 liters of whiskey annually. The malted barley comes from Irish farmers, and water used comes from rain that fell over 10,000 years ago, sourced from the well within the distillery. The whiskies mature in special warehouses until they are ready to be released; although Irish whiskey requires a minimum of three years to mature, the premium whiskey from The Dublin Liberties Distillery ages for a longer period.


Mill Street 33, D08 V221 Dublin 8, IE