Locke's

Locke's Irish whiskey gets its name from John Locke, who was one of the previous owners of the Old Kilbeggan Distillery. The Locke's Kilbeggan Distillery was first licensed in 1757 by Mathew MacManus, making it the oldest licensed distillery in the world. Closed in 1957, it has been used as a museum, with Cooley distillery producing the spirit that goes into the blend, whilst the maturation took place at the distillery. Since 2014 the Kilbeggan distillery has been producing spirit so it is entirely plausible that Locke's whiskey contains spirit from it's original distillery once again.  

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    • Distillery
    • Locke's

    • Description
    • Pure Pot Still Limited Edition

    • Cask Wood
    • Oak

    • Packaging
    • Satin Lined Box

    • Bottler
    • Distillery

    • Age
    • Vintage
    • Year Bottled
    • 2003

    • Cask Strength
    • No

    • HTFW Cat. No.
    • LP7474

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    • Distillery
    • Locke's

    • Description
    • Single Malt (old bottling)

    • Cask Wood
    • Oak

    • Packaging
    • Cardboard Tube

    • Bottler
    • Distillery

    • Age
    • 8 year old

    • Vintage
    • Year Bottled
    • Cask Strength
    • No

    • HTFW Cat. No.
    • LP1669

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