Curraghmore Whiskey Casks

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  Great weather finally arrives and we can plant our barley On Saturday 11th May 2024, we finally planted barley in Ashmore’s field, which will be cultivated to produce Curraghmore Whiskey through distillation. Ashmore’s field is 12 acres, and the soil type is slightly heavy clay. Here you see Ned Morrissey, our Head of Tillage, […]

An exciting project is underway at Curraghmore – we are making whiskey casks from oak grown here at Curraghmore Estate. These naturally felled oaks have been part of the Curraghmore Estate story for many years, so we thought it was fitting, and sustainable, to use these oaks to create casks in which we will age […]

The Spirit of Innovation: Curraghmore Whiskey’s Journey By Richard De la Poer Beresford, Managing Director of Curraghmore Whiskey Nestled in the heart of Waterford, the Curraghmore Estate stands as a beacon of heritage and a symbol of innovative spirit in the Irish whiskey landscape. As the Managing Director of Curraghmore Whiskey, I am thrilled to […]

Anyone interested in whiskey should read this. Here are Richard Tyrone’s essential differences between Irish whiskey and Scotch whisky: Irish whiskey is made in Ireland, whilst Scotch whisky is produced in Scotland. Because of differences in temperature, water sources, and distillation procedures, the geographical location imparts varied differences to the final product. Distillation Method: Irish […]

Curraghmore Whiskey has begun a new chapter in its history by collaborating with world-renowned master distiller and blender Noel Sweeney to create our 1st bottle release. This sublime whiskey combines some of the finest flavours and aromas Curraghmore Estate has to offer. Triple distilled at Great Northern Distillery matured and bottled in Co. Waterford, Ireland. A […]

Cask strength is a term used by whiskey producers to describe a whiskey that has not been substantially diluted after its storage in a cask for maturation. The level of alcohol-by-volume strength for a cask-strength whiskey is typically in the range of 52 – 66% ABV. So ‘Cask Strength’ has become a byword for high […]

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