Slane Castle Whiskey launches in Ireland

Slane Castle Whiskey comes from the iconic castle grounds in Co. Meath
Slane Castle Whiskey comes from the iconic castle grounds in Co. Meath

Brown-Forman has officially launched the brand new Slane Castle Irish Whiskey with an event in Dublin, attended by the Conyngham family, the Whiskey giant's partners in the project.

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16 May 2017 | 0

An official launch for brand new Slane Irish Whiskey was held in Dublin this week, to introduce the new brand to consumers in Ireland and around the world. Developed by Brown-Forman, Slane Irish Whiskey originates in the historic grounds of Slane Castle in the Boyne Valley, Co. Meath, where a state of the art distillery has been built. The launch is the culmination of a partnership between Brown-Forman, one of the largest whiskey distributors in the world, and the Conyngham family, proprietors of the Slane Castle Estate.

Alex Conyngham co-created Slane Irish Whiskey alongside Brown-Forman master blenders Chris Morris and Steve Hughes. The creators say Slane Irish Whiskey is a testament to the character of the people of Slane, and to all those who take pride in building their own legacy.

The distillery and visitors’ experience will open this summer, inviting the public to learn more about the whiskey process through visiting the castle’s newly-renovated 250-year-old gothic farm buildings.

For more information, visit facebook.com/slanewhiskey.

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