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Tullamore Dew is a legendary brand from Ireland – in fact it’s the second largest selling brand of Irish whiskey globally. They sell over 950 000 cases annually.
Produced by William Grant & Sons, this triple distilled blended Irish whiskey comes from Tullamore, from the County Offaly in Ireland. Where the old Tullamore Distillery was originally established in 1829. The original distillery closed down in 1954 and production was transferred to the Midleton Distillery in 1960’s.
60 years later production returned to Tullamore when in 2014 phase one of the new distillery construction was completed. This allowed malt and pot still whiskey production for the Tullamore Dew blend. Grain whiskey would still be sourced from Midleton distillery at County Cork. Installation of Coffey still, allowing the production of grain whiskey, will happen in phase two of the construction.
So this Tullamore DEW had some Midleton whiskey in it.