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Jameson's Whiskey Makers Series At Midleton Distillery

Despite there being another judging session for the upcoming Irish Whiskey Awards going on in Dublin, it had been decided a trip down south to visit friends for the weekend was in order. 897 more words

Irish Whiskey

Irish Distillers Unveils Redbreast Sherry Finish Lustau Edition

Redbreast has introduced a new, permanent expression to its decorated Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey family; Redbreast Lustau Edition. Finished in hand selected, first-fill sherry butts that are seasoned with Oloroso sherry from the prestigious Bodegas Lustau in Jerez, Spain, this release celebrates the iconic sherry influence found throughout the Redbreast range. 461 more words

News

'It's all about the now, and what we need to do to win'

MIDLETON’S Orlagh Farmer is adamant that Cork won’t be looking beyond Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final despite a bid for six in-a-row.
This is the 24-year-old’s sixth season playing senior and one of her first memories is that of losing to Tyrone in Banagher in 2010. 456 more words

Sport

Heritage Week 2016 - another success!

Heritage Week 2016 has now ended but it started a day late as usual in Midleton. On Sunday 21st August some fifteen to eighteen people joined my early 20th century Midleton walking tour of the town. 248 more words

Midleton

A Taste of Ireland: My Version of Turkish Pide with SUMAC & Ardsallagh Goats Cheese

My Version of Turkish Pide with SUMAC & Ardsallagh Goats Cheese done two ways. A meat and vegetarian option.

My blog has been shortlisted for the Irish blog awards this year so here is a blog post to mark and celebrate that. 701 more words

Life a hundred years ago - National Heritage Week 2016

National Heritage Week 2016 will start on Saturday 20th August and run until Sunday 28th August. The theme this year is to celebrate a hundred years of heritage, but this can also mean celebrating life a hundred years ago. 348 more words

Midleton

Great Ireland Adventure - Day 7 (Why there are no pigs in Ireland)

Not sure what Fiona (that’s what we named our GPS) was thinking but she sure took us for a ride today. The road we took getting from the hotel through Cork on our way to Midleton was basically the size of a bike lane, complete with bikes…and a guy peeing on the side of the street. 854 more words

Adventure