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ABV: 46% | 70CL
Premium Irish Pot Still Whiskey. Famed for quality and bold flavour since 1825.Shop Whiskey
This whiskey boasts notes of fresh vanilla pods, toffee apples and Battenburg cake.
A creamy pot still mouthfeel with treacle toffee, apple tarte tatin spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, opening up to rosewater, raspberries and cream.
Toffee and spice notes continue through to a medium finish with pecan nuts fading out to mellow oak tannins and sweet spice in its final notes.
“We are honoured to bring Old Comber Whiskey back to its County Down homeland.”
We are proud to revive the famous Old Comber Irish Whiskey brand after a near 70 year absence.
One of the original Irish whiskey giants, Old Comber Whiskey was founded in 1825 and produced at the Comber Distilleries, which were located just ten miles from where The Echlinville Distillery now stands.
Comber Distilleries fell silent in 1953 and Old Comber joined the list of Ireland’s lost whiskeys. Its decline was lamented by whiskey enthusiasts around the world. In testament to our continued commitment to put County Down back on the world whiskey map, we have revived Old Comber Whiskey and are proud to return it to its Co. Down homeland.
In homage to the brand’s origins, our first Old Comber Irish Pot Still Whiskey release is a premium blend of pot still whiskeys aged in American Oak and Bourbon casks and finished in the finest Ruby Port casks.Old Comber Revival
Enjoy a whiskey tour and tasting with the Echlinville Distillery Tour & Tipple. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Ireland’s first farm distillery. Discover the field-to-glass story of our spirits and sample our award winning Irish whiskey, gin and poitín.Book An Experience
Echlinville are proud custodians of the iconic Dunville’s Irish Whiskey brand and recently revived the famous Old Comber Pot Still Irish Whiskey and Matt D’Arcy Irish Whiskey.
These old Irish whiskey brands are hugely important. Throughout the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries they built an industry that was the envy of the world, and now their revival is playing an important role in the resurgence of that industry.
In our view, names like Matt D’Arcy, Dunville’s and Old Comber deserve to be at the forefront of the Irish whiskey renaissance.Shop Whiskey