Up to about 50 years ago, Irish whiskey was not bottled by the distillery, but by whiskey bonders or wholesalers such as Mitchells and Gilbeys in Dublin. They would take delivery of the whiskey from the distillery still in the cask. They would then dilute it down from Cask strength to the approved abv (say 40% abv etc.) before hand-filling and sealing the bottles complete with the bonders own brand and label. Green Spot Single Pot Still Whiskey was a brand of Mitchell's Wine Merchants of Kildare Street Dublin who had a wine and whiskey emporium directly across the road from the Irish Dáil or Houses of Parliament.
Volume: 750 ML
Category: Irish Whiskey