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Clan Colla 11 year old is a smooth yet complex blend of malt and grain whiskeys. This sourced malt has been double distilled, blended with grain, triple casked in ex-Bourbon barrels, Oloroso Sherry butts and peated casks, and aged for 11 years.

Nose: An earthy aroma with hints of toasted oak.

Taste: A rich honey sweetness combined with salted citrus and sherry notes.

Finish: Deep and rounded finish with a wisp of peat smoke.

Ahascragh Distillery is powered through innovative use of wind and solar energy combined with an energy efficient storage system and high temperature heat pumps. This is a first for the industry.

The old Ahascragh mill dates back to the early 1800s and up until the 1950s processed grain into flour. Located in the heart of the village and steeped in history, the mill complex remained derelict for the past 60 years. The building has been given a new life and is now home to Ireland’s first zero energy emissions distillery.

Clan Colla 11 year old Irish Whiskey Blend

SKU: SWII301
Regular price €92.00
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Clan Colla 11 year old is a smooth yet complex blend of malt and grain whiskeys. This sourced malt has been double distilled, blended with grain, triple casked in ex-Bourbon barrels, Oloroso Sherry butts and peated casks, and aged for 11 years.

Nose: An earthy aroma with hints of toasted oak.

Taste: A rich honey sweetness combined with salted citrus and sherry notes.

Finish: Deep and rounded finish with a wisp of peat smoke.

Ahascragh Distillery is powered through innovative use of wind and solar energy combined with an energy efficient storage system and high temperature heat pumps. This is a first for the industry.

The old Ahascragh mill dates back to the early 1800s and up until the 1950s processed grain into flour. Located in the heart of the village and steeped in history, the mill complex remained derelict for the past 60 years. The building has been given a new life and is now home to Ireland’s first zero energy emissions distillery.

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