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Slane Whiskey Dec 20
Worry not—there’s still time to give the gift of a unique, triple-casked, Irish blend.
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Slane Whiskey Dec 16
Just like everything else at , we take the crafting of our Irish coffee very seriously. Stop by to warm up and try a glass.
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Slane Whiskey Dec 13
Perfectly wrapped under the tree, makes for the perfect addition to any celebration.
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Slane Whiskey Dec 10
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Slane Whiskey Dec 8
When you stop by the for a handcrafted cocktail, remember to wish your tender a very happy
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Slane Whiskey Dec 6
Come celebrate this holiday season with us at the .
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Slane Whiskey Dec 2
Welcoming winter weather with a Stable Block Tea: 2 parts Slane Whiskey 6 parts hot Irish Breakfast Tea ½ part lavender honey ¼ part lemon juice 1 dash Angostura bitters. Sip responsibly.
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Slane Whiskey Nov 28
On the rocks or taken neat, raise a glass of to our friends across the pond. Happy Thanksgiving.
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Slane Whiskey Nov 24
With untamed notes of oak and spice, makes for the perfect sipper on a crisp autumn evening.
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Slane Whiskey Nov 18
Our triple casked makes for a welcome gift - for yourself or anyone who might deserve a bottle this year.
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Slane Whiskey Nov 14
The Conyngham Coat of Arms, featuring a three-pronged hayfork, dates back to 1058 A.D. and represents the resilient spirit of our heritage. Look for it on every bottle of
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Slane Whiskey Nov 11
The ‘Leen—2 parts , 1/2 part Ginger Syrup, 1/2 part Lemon Juice. Shake ingredients in a Boston shaker. Strain over ice in highball glass. Top with Irish stout.
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Slane Whiskey Nov 8
Our Maturation Warehouse welcomes the changing season (and temperature) as our fine rests in her casks.
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Slane Whiskey Nov 1
In Ireland, we once widely believed that the souls of the departed would return to the family home on . Traditionally, doors were left unlatched to make their spirits feel welcome — we suggest a waiting nip of as well.
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Slane Whiskey Oct 31
Birthplace of , homeplace of and —the village of Slane is historic for just a few reasons.
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Slane Whiskey Oct 29
Enjoy a Stable Block Tea as the weather changes. Add 2 parts Slane Irish Whiskey, 6 parts Hot Irish Breakfast Tea, 1/2 part Lavender Honey, 1/4 part Lemon Juice, 1 dash Angostura Bitters in a tea mug. Garnish with lemon wheel and sip responsibly.
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Slane Whiskey Oct 24
works well on the rocks or neat — but it also makes for a superb cocktail. Stop by the Stalls Bar or Whiskey Lounge at and let us show you how it’s done!
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Slane Whiskey Oct 21
Since 1981, Slane Castle has played host to some of the most iconic bands in the world— making it the perfect spot to sip a .
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Slane Whiskey Oct 16
Since 1703 A.D. the Conyngham family has called Slane home—a point of great pride for our co-founder Alex Conyngham.
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Slane Whiskey Oct 12
The Boyne Valley is known for its local makers, including Cider master Mark Jenkinson of Cockagee Ciders. Add 2 parts and 1 pint or can of local cider for an exceptional Autumn-inspired serve.
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