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Midleton Silent Distillery Collection Chapter 3 47YO Whiskey

Midleton Silent Distillery Collection Chapter 3 47YO Whiskey

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Indulge in the rarest of Irish whiskey treasures with Midleton Silent Distillery Collection Chapter Three 47 Year Old - a legendary blend from the iconic Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery that is sure to leave you speechless

The Midleton Silent Distillery Collection Chapter Three 47-Year-Old is the perfect whiskey for those who appreciate rare and exceptional spirits. This limited edition Irish whiskey is a testament to the unparalleled craftsmanship of the Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery, known for producing some of the best whiskies in Ireland. With its smooth texture and rich flavors, this premium blend boasts over four decades of ageing in oak barrels, resulting in an exquisite taste that can only be described as extraordinary. Treat yourself or your loved ones to a truly one-of-a-kind experience with the Midleton Silent Distillery Collection Chapter Three 47-Year-Old – a timeless piece that belongs in every connoisseur's collection

  • Indulge in the rare and exclusive taste of Midleton Silent Distillery Collection Chapter Three 47-Year-Old Irish whiskey
  • Savor the rich history and heritage of Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery with every sip
  • Experience a smooth, complex flavor profile that can only be achieved through decades of aging
  • Add a touch of sophistication to your collection or gift it to someone special as a luxurious present

Beginning in 2020 the distillery began to release one chapter annually over 6 years which will culminate in 2025, the 200th anniversary of the foundation of the legendary Old Midleton Distillery which operated from 1825-1975 before the distillery went silent forever.

Chapter Three is an exceptional 47-year-old whiskey born from the marriage of two separate whiskeys matured in an ex-sherry butt and an ex-bourbon barrel. The two whiskeys date back to 1973 and were blended before bottling to give the whiskey an extraordinary flavour. The release of Chapter Three, which marks the halfway point of the collection, pays homage to history and craftsmanship, a journey of age and time inspired by the element of fire, as the pot still worked its magic through the fires which burned beneath it.

The inspiration behind the element of fire, goes back to 1854 when the largest pot still in the world was assembled and installed by local craftsmen at the Old Midleton Distillery and managed by the skilled hands of ‘fire men’ whose job it was to control the temperature of the stills which could heat more than 30,000 gallons of liquid in a single day. The roar of the fires has been silenced but the still remains in the grounds of the old distillery. It is this trailblazing story which serves as an inspiration for the third release from Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery.

With just 97 bottles of this extraordinarily rare Irish whiskey produced, Midleton Very Rare Silent Distillery Collection Chapter Three is incomparable in terms of age and history and presents as a true connoisseur’s dream. Created and matured under the guardianship of four celebrated Master Distillers, the whiskey has been enhanced through each changing of hands, with each Master taking great care to protect the legacy of the precious liquid.

Kevin O’Gorman is only the fourth person in 75 years to hold the title of Master Distiller at Midleton Distillery. Kevin follows in the footsteps of previous Master Distillers including Max Crockett, the forefather of modern Irish whiskey; his son Barry, the creator of Midleton Very Rare and Brian Nation.

This whiskey has been decanted into handblown and etched crystal decanter bottles, produced by Ireland’s Waterford Crystal, with each of the bottles individually numbered 1-97. The bottle comes displayed in a bespoke wooden cabinet handcrafted by Irish designer, John Galvin, using wood made from Burr Elm, an ancient wood as rare as the whiskey within it.

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