NEW WHISKEY: Gold Spot Generations Edition

The latest addition to the Gold Spot’s series is a thirteen-year aged whiskey, once again championing the use of wine casks in whiskey, transcending tradition, and demonstrating the harmonisation of heritage and innovation. The extraordinary expression marries Gold Spot’s established use of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks, with a unique maturation in Valpolicella Riciotto Italian wine casks for 16 months. This final maturation elevates Gold Spot’s subtle spice notes, with the red wine adding layers of dark fruits, berry compote and creating a softly textured sweetness, finishing with a touch of oak and sweet wine. This special whiskey, the perfect balance between Irish whiskey and Italian wine, celebrates the exceptional story of seven generations of the Mitchell family, guardians of Spot Whiskey and one of Ireland’s premier wine families.

Gold Spot – Generations Edition

13 yo Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey



Born Irish


Born Irish is a whiskey spirit drink at its darkest. We begin with a blend of malt and grain Irish Whiskey mellowed in deep-charred oak barrels for a smooth creamy taste. Next it is finished in Irish stout casks before it is naturally darkened with infusions of rich chocolate malt and roasted barley. Think of it as a unique tasting celebration of Ireland’s two greatest exports – Whiskey & Stout.

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Limited Edition Túath Irish Whiskey glass

The TÚATH from the old Irish for family or nation, is a conical shaped nosing and tasting glass for whiskey that functions superbly by concentrating & capturing all the aromas and flavours that make Irish Whiskey unique.

The TÚATH is the perfect vessel for our 13yr Cask Single Malt collaboration with Dunville’s Irish Whiskey.

The limited edition Errigle x Túath glass is available to purchase and take home. Each glass comes with a gift box.

Errigle Plus Price: £7.95

Normal Price: £9.95


There’s science behind this glass……

Smell: Aroma is a very important part of the experience of a whiskey, traditional wide brimmed tumblers cause aromas to diffuse too widely, tulip shaped nosing glasses narrowly concentrate of all the vapours and can cause ethanol to punch into the eyes and nose. The conical shape of the Túath concentrates the vapours while its slightly wider opening and flared top let more of the alcohol vapours flow out, allowing you to nose the centre of the glass without alcohol burn, and the whiskey to express its hidden aromas and flavours.

Colour: Blenders and connoisseurs like a stemmed glass which allows for the inspection of the spirits colour without marking and clouding the view of the bowl with fingerprints. The Túath achieves this with its iconic short stem allowing for swirling, viewing and nosing.

Touch: The Túath’s stem provides a secure anchor for the thumb, and either left or right handed users can safely swirl and nose the whiskey, while the larger chamber and wider aperture allow the drinker to retain eye contact by not having to tilt their head back so far.

Taste: The larger chamber of The Túath allows whiskey drinkers to move seamlessly from a tasting experience to a drinking experience. The fine rim of the Túath glass elegantly sits on the surface of the lip while also allowing the alcohol vapours to escape away from the mouth enhancing the taste of the whiskey.