Lambay Irish Whiskey Company will launch this week in Ireland and The Whiskey Trail are delighted to announce we will be attending. The launch will be held in Howth Co. Dublin on the 11th April at 4:30 – 8:00 pm. The evening will begin with a short boat excursion courtesy of Dublin Bay Cruises, followed by fine food, whiskey and music in Howth Yacht Club.
Johnnie Cooke from the Restaurant located in Brown Thomas store will be serving delicious dishes infused with Lambay Whiskey. Guests will also get to try freshly made Lambay Whiskey cocktails throughout the evening. Music will be provided by the Skerries duo “The Finns” and they will perform their exclusive track “Lambay”.
As a fellow Dublin North Sider I’m very excited by the launch of Lambay Whiskey as it will see a great impact on the local community. This investment in the island should see a rise in tourism all the way from Howth to Skerries. Hopefully some day we might see a working distillery on the island (fingers crossed) Personally I can already see the effects of this local industury supporting our community in Rush, County Dublin. Lambay Whiskey have kindly sponsored Fingal Rowing Club’s event, the Lambay Rowing Challenge which takes place on April 15th.
Lambay Small Batch
This is a triple distilled whiskey blend of malted and grain whiskey matured in Bourbon barrels with a pleasant cognac cask finish. Lambay Small Batch Blend is crafted with Lambay Islands Trinity Well water making it as unique as the island itself. It features notes of malt, flora, cracked almonds and pepper with it’s cognac cask finish.
Lambay Single Malt
Lambay Single Malt is a triple distilled malt whiskey crafted with Lambay Island Trinity Well water. They are shipped from Maison Camus in France to the shores of Lambay. Lambay’s single malt is finished in selected French Cognac casks that have been exposed to the sea air and winds on Lambay Island. By doing this it exposes the single malt to notes of iodine, seaweed and salt. These elements influence the cask allowing each batch to bring a new taste profile to the whiskey.