Hinch Distillery

Frequently asked questions

Our grain to glass distillery has been custom built to produce a very particular styles of Irish Single Malt Whiskey. We use water from the Mourne Mountains, traditional Irish mashing processes and are of course honoured to be part of a proud Irish history of triple distillation. Our whiskey Mash House contains not one but two mashing vessels, allowing us to maximize our flavour profiles.

This in turn allows our fermentation to deliver a greater array of flavours that ultimately flows through to our whiskeys.

Our stills have been specifically designed with reflux in mind, allowing the vapour and copper interaction the extra time it needs to build a more distinguished flavour profile.

Blended Irish whiskey is a type of whiskey that is made by blending together different types of Irish whiskey. This process involves combining single malt whiskey, which is made from 100% malted barley, with grain whiskey, which is made from a mixture of grains, including corn, wheat, and barley. The result is a smoother and more consistent whiskey that is often less expensive than single malt whiskey. Blended Irish whiskey is often aged for several years in oak barrels, which contributes to its distinctive flavour and aroma.

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