Collection Glendalough - Irish Whiskey

    Glendalough Distillery was one of the first Irish producers of craft whiskey. It was founded by five friends who shared a love of Irish whiskey and were immersed in the lore and legends of Ireland.

    The distillery is located in a narrow glacial valley in the Wicklow Mountains, about an hour south of Dublin. Glendalough, pronounced glen-de-lock, is Gaelic for "Valley of the Two Lakes".

    The distillery produces a range of spirits, including a range of seasonal gins that reflect the unique blend of botanicals harvested in each of the four seasons. These are bottled as spring, summer, autumn and winter gins.

    It also produces Poitín, a traditional Irish spirit believed to be the first Irish-made distillate and the father of Irish whiskey.

    Finally, Glendalough produces three award-winning whiskeys that the distillery believes reflect the traditional style of Irish malt whiskey. Glendalough whiskeys have won numerous awards at international whiskey competitions.