Three times voted best Irish whiskey, the multi-award-winning The Wild Geese® Irish Whiskey Collection honours the young men and women of Ireland, past and present, who have left their native land in the pursuit of new horizons.
The Wild Geese® Irish Whiskey Collection
Recognised as the only super premium Collection of Irish whiskeys, The Wild Geese® Irish Whiskey Collection is internationally acclaimed and a multi award winning Collection which has been acknowledged 'Best Irish Whiskey' three times.
If you’re a Guinness drinker you should try an Irish style whiskey. Although stouts are dark in color, they are usually lighter in body with a sweeter taste. Irish whiskies by law have to be aged in barrels for a minimum 3 years. Single Malt Irish Whiskey is made from 100% malted barely. Continue reading “The Wild Geese® Whiskey Featured in Sommbeer.com”
The full range of Irish spirits, The Wild Geese Collection, is available at Shannon International airport for the first time. Continue reading “The Wild Geese® Irish Premium Spirits Collection Launches At Shannon Airport”
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The Wild Geese® Irish Whiskey Trio
If your dad likes whiskey, then he will love this trio of Wild Geese Irish miniatures. The set contains their award winning Rare Irish Blend, Single Malt Irish Whiskey and Limited Edition Blend in three 5cl bottles. Continue reading “The Wild Geese® Whiskey Featured in the Father’s Day Gift Guide”
Come and visit us at TFWA Singapore 2015 – Basement 2/C36
High-flying Premium Irish Spirit range touches down for TFWA following a string of international successes.
THE WILD GEESE® COLLECTION of premium spirits has taken flight and this week lands with a splash in Singapore for the TFWA (Tax Free World Association) Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference in Singapore (May 10-14). Continue reading “The Wild Geese® Collection descends upon Singapore”
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On Saturday 18th April, The London Irish Wild Geese played their last league game of the season, followed by the London Irish ARFC annual race night.