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Personalised Redbreast Engraving

Personalised Redbreast Engraving

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We are delighted to be teaming up with Irish Distillers to offer our customers a unique opportunity to customise their own bottle of Redbreast.

Redbreast whiskey is now the largest selling and most awarded Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey in the world. You can now personalise your own bottle of Redbreast with a unique engraving, making it the perfect gift for the whiskey lover.

Personalised engraving is available on Redbreast 12 year old, Redbreast Lustau, Redbreast 15 year old, Redbreast 21 year old, and also on the recent winner at the Irish Whiskey Awards Redbreast 12 year old Cask Strength which took home the coveted award of Best Irish Whiskey of the Year 

The personal engraving is available  at no extra cost. You can engrave a name or short gift message – up to 25 characters

But be sure to get your order in quick, last orders 21st November.

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Redbreast Engraving - How it works

You have 2 options to get your hands on an engraved bottle of Redbreast.

  • You can drop in to any of our stores to place your order and we will take your details
  • Alternatively, you can order on-line here, and get the bottle delivered anyway in Ireland. Delivery is free on-line. Once your order is placed on-line we will contact you within 2 working days for details of the engraving.

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The Redbreast Story

Redbreast dates back to 1912 when it was founded by the Dublin wine merchants, Gilbeys, who used their ex-wine casks to age distillate from The Jameson Distillery in Dublin.

Regarded as the definitive expression of traditional Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey, Redbreast got its name from the robin redbreast, and is attributed to the then Managing Director of Gilbeys, who was an avid bird fancier.

In 1985 Gilbeys stopped bottling Redbreast and the brand ceased to exist until 1991 when Irish Distillers reintroduced it back onto the market after a revamp. Redbreast is now only aged in the finest sherry and bourbon casks.

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