Clontarf

Clontarf

Clontarf 1014 is a triple distilled Irish whiskey produced by the Clontarf Whiskey Company, a subsidiary of Castle Brands Inc. Originally called "Clontarf," the whiskey takes it name from the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 in which Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland, defeated an army of Vikings. Clontarf 1014 is a blended Irish whiskey produced in County Cork, Ireland. It is triple distilled using a combination of grains and aged in bourbon barrels.[5] Clontarf 1014 also produces a single malt, as well as a reserve that is a blend of single malt and grain whiskey. All three varieties are available in the Clontarf 1014 Trinity Collection. However, only the blended whiskey is available on the American market. The reserve and the single malt are available in select European countries

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