Feckin Irish Whiskey
Feckin Irish Whiskey is the brainchild of entrepreneur, Shane Braniff, who hails from Portaferry, Co. Down, and whose family and ancestors have been involved in the drinks trade for decades. Shane’s passion for adventure and his constant quest to innovate have led him to conceive, develop and launch the most unique whiskey to ever hit the market.
Perfectly balanced, this playful spirit has its own unique character and delivers a silky smooth, honeyed finish with gentle malty notes.
This blend of the highest quality Irish whiskeys has newspaper style labelling with quirky stories on both the front and back of the tall rectangular shaped bottle. Eye catching and unconventional and totally encapsulating the 'craic'. The name is the only non serious part of this super smooth Irish whiskey that can be enjoyed as it comes, on the rocks or with a mixer.
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Established in 2012, Echlinville Distillery was the dream of local man, Shane Braniff, and in 2013 it became Northern Ireland's first licenced distillery in over 125 years. Since then, his hard work has paid off as the distillery and brands are now firmly established in the whiskey industry, winning gold at the World Whiskey Awards and the Irish Whiskey Awards.
The new ultra-modern state of the art distillery, set in the magnificent grounds of the Echlinville Estate on the picturesque Ards peninsula, has rich soil, saline air and a temperate climate that contributes to producing the finest Irish Malt and Pot Still whiskeys.
Unusually the barley, used for each base spirit, is grown in the estate’s surrounding fields and floor malted in house (most other distilleries buy in their already-malted barley).
There are four brands produced by the distillery: the historic Dunville’s, the extremely popular Jawbox Gin and the self-titled Echlinville Gin. And the modern FECKiN range, the brainchild of the founder Shane Braniff.
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