Casked in American Bourbon barrels, single grain selected by Jonathan Egan 6th Generation of whiskey distillers. Unique expression of Irish whiskey compares favourably to its heavier pot still cousins. Vanilla, oak, fudge and caramel notes. Subtle hint of spice Long, gentle and gaining in warmth mouth feel. This Irish whiskey is aged for 8 years.
Six Generations In The Making. In 1852 Patrick Egan purchased The Bridge House in Tullamore, County Offaly, the beating heart of 19th century Ireland. This was the start of what would become P.&H. Egan Limited. Patrick Sr’s sons, Patrick and Henry took over the business in the late 1800s and developed it into a wide-ranging commercial enterprise that encompassed brewing, bottling, malting and of course, whiskey.
P.&H. Egan traded successfully for 116 years but after a series of unfortunate events, the company entered voluntary liquidation in 1968. However, in 2013, Egan family members spanning generations and from across the globe came together and reformed P.&H. Egan Limited. We are a family with Irish Whiskey in our blood and we’re not done telling the story just yet.