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Brown-Forman Launches Slane Irish Whiskey

By July 25, 2017Top News, New Products
Slane Irish Whiskey is named after the Conyngham family’s village, The Slane Village in Ireland’s County Meath, which was designed by the family in the early 18th century. The Slane Village features period houses, shops and landscapes.
Slane Irish Whiskey is named after the Conyngham family’s village, The Slane Village in Ireland’s County Meath, which was designed by the family in the early 18th century. The Slane Village features period houses, shops and landscapes.

Slane Irish Whiskey is named after the Conyngham family’s village, The Slane Village in Ireland’s County Meath, which was designed by the family in the early 18th century. The Slane Village features period houses, shops and landscapes.

Slane Irish Whiskey was created by Brown-Forman and the Conyngham family of Slane, whose roots in the Irish village date back over three centuries. Slane’s “Triple Casked” maturation process uses virgin oak, seasoned oak and Sherry casks to produce a bold yet smooth spirit with a more robust flavor than traditional Irish whiskey. Slane’s name is familiar to rock ’n roll fans, thanks to the Slane Castle Concert series, founded 1981.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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