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The specially created ceramic crock is sealed with a cork and comes with its own porcelain stopper. One of Ireland's finest and most widely distributed whiskeys, Tullamore Dew was first distilled in 1829 in the small town of Tullamore in County Offaly in the heart of Ireland.
The name derives from the initials of an early owner, Daniel E Williams - DEW.
Tullamore Dew is a favourite among Irish whiskeys for its distinctive, accessible taste, enjoyed on its own, over ice or with a little water.


Subtle, smooth and with a pleasant maltiness combined with charred wood undertones and the natural flavour of golden barley. Has a distinctive, accessible taste, enjoyed on its own, over ice or with a little water. From the unique and intriguing Irish Jug to the smooth and fine feel, the Tullamore Dew Crock holds its place in true Irish fashion. Maintaining its reign as the most popular and sought after whiskey blend, the Tullamore Dew Crock holds its place as a smooth, exclusive and gentleman’s way of drinking with the mild blend of lemon malt notes The citrus draw of the lemon undertone provides a soft yet buttery flavor that lingers long after the bottle has been resealed the Tullamore Dew Crock is a well bread factor in a selection from the top shelf. Overall, Suitable for sipping, neat or on the rocks, the Tullamore Dew Crock is one whiskey not worth missing a single drop. When finished, use your replica Crock to store your oils or as a conversation piece.

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