The Dubliner is a distinctive Irish whiskey liqueur and a truly inspirational marriage of flavours. The blend of honeycomb, caramel and whiskey flavours combine to create the product’s unique eclectic taste, Dubliner Irish Whiskey Liqueur is designed to capture the essence of Dublin culture brought together by the immortal words of James Joyce: “When I Die, Dublin Will Be Written In My Heart’.
The drink appeals to both connoisseurs of fine liqueurs and the ever increasing number of new Irish whiskey consumers. It also makes for excellent cocktails which tantalise the taste buds but some would say that the Dubliner is perfect just the way it is!
The Dubliner has just won three Gold medals at the Micro Liquor Awards scooping a Triple Gold, a Gold Medal in Taste and a Gold Medal in Packaging & Design.
Established in 1993, First Ireland Spirits was founded on the principles of cost efficient manufacturing and high quality products. First Ireland Spirits performs its nimble magic upon a pastoral canvas near the village of Abbeyleix in County Laois. Rural as the setting is, our home is anything but rustic. Under its roof there works a state of the art facility capable of blending and bottling our ever increasing variety of premium Irish beverages. Beyond the automated line and intricate testing equipment lie blending and storage vats, packing equipment designed specifically to ensure that deliveries are properly and promptly directed and a larder filled with the delicate flavours, spices and herbs necessary to achieve the wide variety of tastes produced here. Our home is beyond spotless and all care is given to the storage, movement, blending and packing of our products. Pure is a popular expression and wholly fitting to the continuing tradition of our house of magic spirits.
The Dubliner, a distinctive Irish whiskey liqueur and a truly inspirational marriage of flavours. A blend of honeycomb, caramel and whiskey flavours marry together to create the product’s unique eclectic taste, Dubliner Irish Whiskey Liqueur is designed to capture the essence of Dublin culture.
Andrew O’ Gorman, 27/11/2011.