Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Flaviar

Legend has it St. Patrick wanted everyone to have a glass of Whiskey on his day. Who are we to argue that?

St. Patrick’s Festive Offer


Join the Club for a year and we’ll throw in an extra Irish-themed Tasting Box to kick off your journey that starts in Ireland but takes you all over the world. (That’s in addition to your quarterly Box and Bottle.)


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St. Patrick wanted us to have a glass of Whiskey on his holiday, which is fortunate because we have the perfect one for you: the smooth and complex Redbreast 12 Year Old that was matured in a combo of ex-Bourbon & ex-Oloroso Sherry barrels. It’s an instant classic and it scares all snakes away.

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To find out more about the Spirit, its flavor profile, and best food pairings, read our interview with Dave McCabe, Midleton Distillery Blender. He also talks about the Dream Cask Project, and what St. Patrick's Day means to him. Read more

Find Your Favorite Irish Distillery


After decades of being eclipsed by Scotch and American Whisk(e)y, Irish Whiskey experienced a constant influx of new brands and distilleries.


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Explore Irish Flavors with themed Tasting Boxes

The Cunning Whiskey From Ireland

The rebellious party of Locke’s 8-Year-Old Pure Pot Still, Redbreast Lustau Edition, and Writers Tears Cask Strength 2019 Release brings back the Irish Single Malt that was invented to prevent the English King from taxing Whiskey.

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The Fighting Irish

The Gaelic trio of The Irishman 12-Year-Old, Powers 12 Year Old John Lane Edition and Connemara 12 Year Old Peated Irish Single Malt Whiskey will introduce you to the unique character of Ireland.

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From the Flaviar Times St. Patrick’s edition

Irish Whiskey 101 with Stuart McNamara

Stuart is the ultimate Irish Whiskey aficionado. He told us how to enjoy Whiskey and how the rebellious Irish spirit shows in Whiskey.

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Myths Irish Whiskey

Everyone know that Scotch came first. But...did it really? We're setting the record straight.

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Scotch vs Irish Whiskey

There’s more than just the extra “e” - there’s a difference in barley, distilling methods, and history. There are some similarities, too!

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It’s Gin and Tea O’Clock: Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin


Drumsnahbo Gin combines the lush spices of the East and Irish know-how by adding gunpowder tea to traditionally distilled Gin with 12 botanicals and a bold taste. It’s so good it won the 2019 Flaviar Award!


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