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Yellow Pot Irish Whiskey Enters U.S. Market

February 19, 2015 Industry News
Industry News

Yellow Spot, one of Ireland’s premier Single Pot Still Irish Whiskies, has officially entered the U.S. market.

The 12-year-old Single Pot Still, previously available exclusively in select European countries, will join fellow renowned Single Pot Still Green Spot, which entered the U.S. market last year.

Yellow Spot is matured in a combination of American bourbon, Spanish sherry, and Spanish Malaga casks.

It is the rare taste of a bonder’s style Pot Still Irish Whiskey and is known for its sophisticated and complex taste profile, possessing honey sweetness with pot still spices. Hints of fresh coffee, creamy milk chocolate, and crème brulee are also found in each taste of Yellow Spot.

“Single Pot Still Irish Whiskies are the quintessential style of Irish whiskey and are characterized by full complex flavors,” says Paul Di Vito, vice president of Irish and North American Whiskey at Pernod Ricard. “We are thrilled to bring Yellow Spot to American whiskey lovers as Single Pot Stills have become highly desired.”

Each batch of Yellow Spot is made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley, which is then triple distilled in traditional copper stills. Yellow Spot was created and sold by Mitchell & Son Wine and Spirit Merchants in Dublin.

The Mitchell family was in the whiskey bonding business and sent empty wine, sherry and port casks to the local Jameson distillery, which were filled and returned to the Mitchell’s cellar warehouse.

Yellow Spot will be released in the U.S., beginning this month and sold at a suggested retail price of $99.99.

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