Comber Whiskey was an Irish Whiskey distilled at Comber Distillery in Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland. The last of their Whiskey was distilled in 1956.
However, some reserves were discovered and bottled in the 1980s as the only Whiskey left over from the Comber distillery. The 30-year-old pot still Whiskey is a rare Whiskey, it was the only pot still in Ireland that was not made by Midleton.
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Comber Distilleries was founded in 1825, in Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland.. By the time it was shut down, it was the last pot still in Northern Ireland. The last remaining distillery building on Killinchy street was turned into The Cooperage Coffee Shop. The shop still contained some of the company's casks.
Comber Whiskey was last distilled in 1952. After the distillery shut down, it was sold and changed hands several times, most notably in 1953 when it was first sold to H&D Wines and Iverness, and in 1970, when it was sold to Wine Merchant James McCabe, who eventually bottled the remaining Whiskey.
5,000 bottles of Comber Whiskey was bottled from 1980-1993. Old Comber 30 Year Old Pure Pot Still, is a very rare bottling of this last remaining Whiskey from Comber Distilleries. It is bottled at 40% ABV.
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