Privacy Policy



The Celtic Whiskey Club is a division of the Celtic Whiskey Shop Limited — a company registered in Ireland under company number 367358 whose registered office is at 27-28 Dawson St, Dublin, D2, Ireland.





This page sets out our approach to your information and cookies.

We take our customers’ privacy very seriously. If you do not want us to contact you for promotional purposes, we won’t. The only communication you will receive will be for conveying information on website orders or such other enquiries or requests you have sent us. We will never sell, rent, or lease our subscription list to third parties.

We may share data with partners such as website developers (who may be located outside of the European Economic Area) so that we can improve the visitor experience. We will contractually ensure any third parties are bound to respect your rights with regard to any personal data that may be shared.

You will always be able to find out what information we hold about you, and you can always opt-out of receiving marketing emails or other information previously requested. You may request that we destroy your personal data from our records but if we have entered into contractual relations with you or if we have third party obligations that require us to retain personal data we must reserve the right to do so for as long as we may be legally required.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.



This policy together with our terms of use explains how we process personal data. Please read it carefully. By visiting (our website and which terms is used herein to describe the business of the Celtic Whiskey Club) you are accepting and consenting to the terms of this policy.

We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you in accordance with the Data Protection laws in force in Ireland. For the purposes of such laws, the data controller is Celtic Whiskey Shop Limited, a company registered in Ireland under company number 367358 whose registered office is at 27-28 Dawson St, Dublin, D2, Ireland. 


1. Confidential processing of personal data

The personal information collects, is stored in a secure environment that is not accessible to the public. The files can only be accessed by a limited number of persons employed by who need the information to carry out specific requests. The information will be processed solely for internal purposes. may in exceptional circumstances disclose personal data to a third party to comply with legal obligations or in the case of specific request of the judicial authorities or police. We may also use personal data to improve our website by using it in consultation with our partners and web developers as mentioned above, subject to our obligation to safeguard your rights which we will do by entering into contractual commitments with any such third parties.


2. Purpose of processing uses the collected data to enter in contact with you and to offer you an optimal service. If so requested, the data can also be used to inform you about news, new services and events operated by If you do not wish to receive such information, you can opt-out, notify by e-mail or letter to the webmaster of


3. Right of access, correction and deletion of personal data

You can access and update your personal information by logging on to your account. You may also request details of personal information which we hold about you under existing Data Protection regulations. There is no fee to access your personal data. If you would like a copy of the information held on you please write to Celtic Whiskey Shop, 27-28 Dawson St, Dublin, D2 Ireland.

 You have the right to have any inaccuracies in any personal data we maintain corrected. You have the right, subject as previously specified to have your personal data erased. You have the right to request that we no longer process your personal data for particular purposes and you also have the right (to the extent it is relevant) to request that your personal data is furnished to you in a machine readable format.

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Roe & Co

Released in March 2017, Roe & Co is a new premium Irish blended whiskey with the signature smoothness of Irish whiskey and with remarkable depth of flavour. Roe & Co is bottled at 45% abv without chill filtration and is a blend of single malt and grain whiskeys matured exclusively in bourbon casks (a high proportion of which are first-fill).
Roe & Co will be offering a sampling of Roe & Co and a selection of Roe & Co inspired cocktails

Previous Whiskey Samples

April 2016 - Celtic Cask Ceathair Deag (14).

Celtic Cask Ceathair Deag is Celtic Whiskey Shop's fourteenth special release in line of award winning exclusive single cask Irish Whiskey range.

It's a double-distilled, unpeated single malt sourced from a well known distillery and was distilled in the year 2001. It was initially matured for 11 years in a first-fill bourbon cask before being transferred into a special Tuscan wine cask. A final maturation period of over 3 years took place in a top quality red barrel from the Altesino estate. Brunello di Montalcino is one of Italy's most sought after red wines and this barrel was previously used to mature one of Altesino's top cuvees of Brunello. It was bottled in February 2016 at a few months over 14 years old.

The numbers are very limited as each cask only yields a few hundred bottles and only 323 bottles were produced. One lucky taster also won a full bottle ;)
You can find more info on Celtic Cask Ceathair Deag on the Celtic Whiskey Shop website or using our Tweet Tasting's hashtag: #CelticCask14 (Although, due to Twitter privacy settings you can't recover the full discussion).
Selected Tweets from our Twitter Tasting:
  • 1st sniff: nice maltiness, dried apricots, sultanas, a touch of linseed oil, marzipan and Danish pastries.
  • Great legs on this one. Pleasant tingle to on the first taste
  • Delicious creamy mouth toffee ice cream! Lots of mocca & chocolate coming through adding to the richness!
  • wow, rich, oily, mouth coating, tropical fruit with a really subtle spicyness. this is very well balanced stuff
  • the spice returns to dominate the finish, builds as you proceed. Amazing tingle.
  • Can't believe I've finished already. I'm a whiskey novice but that is easily the best whiskey I have tasted. Stunning.


February 2016 - Hyde No. 1 Presidents Cask.

Hyde No. 1 Presidents Casks is a double-distilled single malt which has been given a 10 month finishing period in 250L Oloroso Sherry cask. The final maturation has rounded off the whiskey and added some delicious flavours of dried vine fruits, toffee and spicy oak. It's a non chill-filtered whiskey at 46%, so if you are not used to drinking whiskey at 46%, you may want to add a tiny amount of water.

This was the first release from Hibernia Distillers, who are part of the new generation of whiskey makers in Ireland. This West Cork distillers are producing a number of quality whiskeys which they finish in casks they have carefully sourced. Hyde No.1 is now partnered by Hyde No. 2, also a 10 year old single malt but finished in rum casks and Hyde No.3, a six year old Single Grain, entirely matured in 1st fill Bourbon barrels.

Our best Tweet Taster was the happy winner of a just released Hyde No.3 bottle.

You can find more info on Hyde No. 1 on the Celtic Whiskey Shop website.


Selected Tweets from our Twitter Tasting:

  • I'm getting toffee, burnt orange, and butterscotch candy & stewed apricots on the nose
  • Oh smells good. Christmassy raisin & sherry & caramel. A hint of rum and then more candied fruit.
  • definitely a charred wood smell on very inviting on the nose.
  • delicate sweet notes, mature dark fruits on the nose, honey coating, winter berry. finish dry, oaky, on nutty undertones
  • that's it! I was going down the road of a custard cream and a fig roll! Biscuity and fruity flavours combined
  • finish has almost autumn fruit jam sweet but with a peppery kick at the end. Lovely warmth in the end, lingering vanilla warmth.


December 2015 - Midleton Very Rare 2015.

Midleton Very Rare 2015 is a continuation of a tradition that started in 1984 when the very first whiskey was released in the series. Each year since then the distillery has released the best whiskey possible using a blend of grain and single pot still whiskeys. The aim is to produce a consistently great whiskey with a smooth yet complex flavour profile.

It was also the Trophy winner in the Blended Irish Whiskey (€60 and over) category at this year's Irish Whiskey Awards

You can find more info on Midleton Very Rare 2015 on our website


Selected Tweets from our Twitter Tasting:


September 2015 - Powers Three Swallow.

Powers Three Swallow Release is a revival of the old style of Powers once made at the old distillery off Thomas St in Dublin. This is single Pot Still whiskey expressions and no-age statement release which has been aged in ex-Bourbon barrels with a small amount of Oloroso Sherry casks.  It was launched in October 2015 and the ‘Three Swallow’ is a reference to the size of the old Powers’ bottles people use to be able to fit in their shirt pockets and that could be drank in ‘three swallow’.

It's available on the Celtic Whiskey Shop website.


Selected Tweets from our Twitter Tasting:

  • #powers3swallow Light in colour, tends to the youthful, some fruit deeper in the nose
  • On the nose #powers3swallow lovely and smooth Not sharp like Gold. Compares well to John's - maybe even better!
  • #powers3swallow Nose - Best way I can describe the sherry influence is that it is there but is nicely coated with the bourbon influence
  • tastes like Christmas #powers3swallow
  • #powers3swallow Palate - Smooth & massively creamy, red apples, ripe banana, a little butterscotch and vanilla in the form of crème brûlée
  • #powers3swallow definite pot still mouth feel, turning to banana and rich citrus. Develops well with time on the tongue
  • #powers3swallow Seriously enjoyable dram challenging my John's Lane love affair @CelticWhiskeyCl Extra Oloroso in 3Swallows?
  •  Overall a very smooth drink with enough complexity to keep you interested.


June 2015- Teeling Whiskey Company Single Cask- Celtic Whiskey Shop Exclusive.

The whiskey was distilled in 2002 at an undisclosed distillery in the North of Ireland. It was initially matured in refill Bourbon barrels before being put into a Madeira wine barrel for the final finishing period of a year. The cask number is 926 and approximately 315 bottles will be released.

It was bottled at natural cask strength of 55.9% without any chill-filtration or colour added. We were fortunate to be offered a range of barrels from Teeling many of which had some interesting cask finishes. This one we felt was the most ‘complete’ tasting right now whilst the others probably have a bit more time in cask to go through. I would recommend trying it a full strength then afterwards adding just a dash of water to help open it up. We hope you enjoy it! Look out for it soon in the shop and on our website.

Available to buy soon at the Celtic Whiskey Shop!

Selected Tweets from our Twitter tasting: 

  • Nice complexity in the #Teeling926. I get a wine grape character as I'd expect from a port or Madeira cask. Plus malty notes and malt coffee.
  • #teeling926 pecan, caramel, maple coming through on the nose
  • It is a very nice whiskey, very satisfying to sip at! #Teeling926
  • Lots of vanilla, dried fruit, marmalade and orange peel on the nose #Teeling926
  • With the dash, dried fruit wafts again, but taste is rich milk chocolate & candy peel. #teeling926


April 2015- Celtic Cask Deich Peated Irish Single Malt

Released earlier this year as one of two new releases in our Celtic Cask range. This is one of just two Celtic Cask releases that have been made from peated malt, and it will probably be the last such whiskey in the range for a very long time!

This started life in a first fill ex-Bourbon barrel and after 11 years it was transferred into one of our own Syrah wine barrels which we sourced from Domain des Anges in the Rhone valley. It was bottled just a month short of 16 years old in February this year. It is non chill filtered and the alcohol strength is 46%. We are always very careful with the amount of wood finishing we give our whiskeys and to our surprise this one was quite slow to evolve. In the end it spent 4 years in the wine cask. Just 351 bottles were released.


February 2015- Knappogue Castle Single Cask Marsala 

The Knappogue Castle Single Cask series is a range of single malt whiskeys that have been partly matured in the finest wine casks. The first two editions were matured in a red Burgundy wine cask from Mongeard-Mugneret and a Marsala cask from Marco de Bartoli respectfully.

The one we have chose was the Marsala cask. This was distilled in 2000 and initially matured in a bourbon cask, in 2012 the contents were transferred into an old Marsala cask from Marco di Bartoli and it was then bottled at 14 years old in October 2014.


December 2014- Celtic Cask Ocht

Celtic Cask Ocht (8) is a unique 23 Year Old single malt which was double distilled in Ireland. It is essentially the sister cask of our previous release Sé (6).

Here is some of the technical details on your sample: It was casked into a refill sherry cask on the 16th September 1991, in April 2013 it was then emptied into a wine cask from Anima Negra, a Spanish winery based in Mallorca. After the finishing period it was bottled on 1st October 2014. In total 334 bottles were made and they have not been chill-filtered and are released at 46%.


October 2014- Connemara 22 Year Old Single Malt

The Connemara 22 Year Old Single Malt is another milestone in the company’s story. This is their first official release of whiskey aged over 20 years and is drawn from some of the first malt made at Cooley in 1991/1992. It is entirely aged in first fill bourbon casks and is bottled at 46%.

The Next Whiskey Sample

The next sample will be sent out to club members in early September 2015. We are still finalising details but we are pleased to say it is a new release from a well known Irish distillery. 


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The Celtic Whiskey Club is run by staff at the Celtic Whiskey Shop, Dublin. Our aim is to bridge the gap between whiskey drinkers and whiskey makers, giving our members special opportunities to sample amazing whiskeys.

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