Michael Collins 10 Year Old Malt Whiskey
This week I would like to recommend an Irish Whiskey that was once produced in the Cooley Distillery call Michael Collins 10 Year Old Malt. Yes it’s named after “the Big Fella” but sadly after Jim Beam took over the Cooley Distillery production of Michael Collins stopped and it doesn’t look like it will be produced again.
There are a few bottles left around and I’m sure that there are a few bars that have a few shots left in a bottle somewhere but other than that it will be hard to come by now.
I first tried Michael Collins 10yr Malt sometime back. I enjoyed it. It’s a nice lightly peated Irish Whiskey that is only distilled twice instead of the usual triple distillation most Irish Whiskeys go through. I was also lucky enough to come across a bottle recently and snapped it up.
If you can find a bottle, buy it. You could drink it now or put it away in the hope it might be worth something in the future.
A bottle as it stands now will cost around €70. If you can find it that is.
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