Waterford Single Malt Whiskey Ratheadon 1.1 (70 cl)

Waterford Single Malt Whiskey Ratheadon 1.1 (70 cl)

€70.00€70.00/70cl
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Description

An Bhearú, the ‘bubbling' River Barrow, one of the Three Sisters noted by Ptolemy, winds through the limestone lowlands of County Carlow. Ratheadon, (Aidhne's Fort), once home to the Lords of Idrone, stands beyond the river's east bank on rich, loamy soil. This is the heartland of Irish malting barley where the ghosts of ancient malting houses line the river standing testament. Sown early by the McDonnell father & son team, the barley thrived on this fertile flood plain.

Product Detail

An Bhearú, the ‘bubbling' River Barrow, one of the Three Sisters noted by Ptolemy, winds through the limestone lowlands of County Carlow. Ratheadon, (Aidhne's Fort), once home to the Lords of Idrone, stands beyond the river's east bank on rich, loamy soil. This is the heartland of Irish malting barley where the ghosts of ancient malting houses line the river standing testament. Sown early by the McDonnell father & son team, the barley thrived on this fertile flood plain.

Features

Growers: Stephen & Andrew Mcdonnell, Ratheadon, Carlow

Distilled at Waterford Distillery

Free From Colouring & Chill-Filtration

Ingredients

Irish Barley, Water, Yeast

Additives

Artificial ColoursFree From

Safety Warning

Pregnancy Warning

Alcohol Information

Alcohol By Volume50

Alcohol Units Text

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Country of Origin

Origin Free TextProduce of Ireland

Storage Type

TypeAmbient

Manufacturer Address

Matured and bottled in: Waterford Distillery, Grattan Quay, Waterford, Ireland.

Company Name

Waterford Distillery

Company Address

Grattan Quay, Waterford, Ireland.

Return To

Waterford Distillery, Grattan Quay, Waterford, Ireland.

Product Number: 1756235000

Description

An Bhearú, the ‘bubbling' River Barrow, one of the Three Sisters noted by Ptolemy, winds through the limestone lowlands of County Carlow. Ratheadon, (Aidhne's Fort), once home to the Lords of Idrone, stands beyond the river's east bank on rich, loamy soil. This is the heartland of Irish malting barley where the ghosts of ancient malting houses line the river standing testament. Sown early by the McDonnell father & son team, the barley thrived on this fertile flood plain.

Product Detail

An Bhearú, the ‘bubbling' River Barrow, one of the Three Sisters noted by Ptolemy, winds through the limestone lowlands of County Carlow. Ratheadon, (Aidhne's Fort), once home to the Lords of Idrone, stands beyond the river's east bank on rich, loamy soil. This is the heartland of Irish malting barley where the ghosts of ancient malting houses line the river standing testament. Sown early by the McDonnell father & son team, the barley thrived on this fertile flood plain.

Features

Growers: Stephen & Andrew Mcdonnell, Ratheadon, Carlow

Distilled at Waterford Distillery

Free From Colouring & Chill-Filtration

Ingredients

Irish Barley, Water, Yeast

Additives

Artificial ColoursFree From

Safety Warning

Pregnancy Warning

Alcohol Information

Alcohol By Volume50

Alcohol Units Text

drinkaware.ie

Country of Origin

Origin Free TextProduce of Ireland

Storage Type

TypeAmbient

Manufacturer Address

Matured and bottled in: Waterford Distillery, Grattan Quay, Waterford, Ireland.

Company Name

Waterford Distillery

Company Address

Grattan Quay, Waterford, Ireland.

Return To

Waterford Distillery, Grattan Quay, Waterford, Ireland.

Product Number: 1756235000

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