O nce distillation is complete, the whiskey still has some way to go. The young Clontarf 1014 is placed in charred oak bourbon casks for four long years of aging. Over this time the whiskey takes on the characteristics of the cask in which it is stored, absorbing the flavors and colors steeped into the wood.The final step before bottling Clontarf 1014 is called "marrying" or "vatting" the whiskey. This process fuses together the flavors of many casks to produce a complex whiskey of consistent quality from year to year.
From the first taste of Clontarf 1014 you will agree that the time and care taken to make this fine
whiskey was more than worth it!

 
 
 

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