Pangur Irish Poitin Stout Wood Rested


Pangur Irish Poitin Stout Wood Rested is a fine spirit inspired by the famous white cat in the poem ‘Pangur Bán’. Killowen Distillery presents this 50-50 marriage of two stunning poteens in one. Bottled at 47%, it full of body, character and flavour. Perfect when served neat or in your favourite cocktail. 

Founded by distiller Brendan Carty, Killowen’s team brings together a rogues gallery of whiskey experts and enthusiasts, all driven by one thing; bringing back the character and tradition of real Irish whiskey. Brendan is active and influential in the Irish distilling world, and is obsessed with the revival of forgotten styles of native distilling.

Killowen have selected two handmade artisan stills named Christoir (1000 litre) and Broc (800 litre). Both pot stills are flame fed and our condensers are worm tub. We believe the ancient still shape, size, flame heat and worm tub condensation help create a traditional spirit with a contemporary twist. It is our understanding that Killowen are the only Distillery to focus on purely worm tub condensers in Ireland.

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Pangur Irish Poitin Stout Wood Rested from The Umbrella Workshop

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