Double Gold - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2021
As a tribute to shared Irish and American artistry, Heaven’s Door Master Blender Ryan Perry and Redbreast Master Blender Billy Leighton collaborated on the 10-year-old Heaven’s Door Straight Bourbon Whiskey. This limited release was finished for 15 months in casks used for the 12yr Redbreast Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey.
Heaven's Door™ is an award-winning collection of handcrafted American whiskeys co-created with iconic musician and artist, Bob Dylan. The perfect blend of art and craft, each bottle of Heaven's Door showcases Dylan's distinctive welded iron gates that he created in his studio, Black Buffalo Ironworks.
Redbreast is regarded as one of the most decorated Pot Still Irish whiskeys. For more than a century, Redbreast has stayed true to the single pot still whiskey-making tradition and today is considered to be the definitive expression of this quintessential style of Irish whiskey.
Best Enjoyed Neat or on the Rocks.
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