Waterford Ratheadon 1.2 Single Malt

Irish Whiskey from Waterford Distillery

With a long history in the drinks industry, having been involved in La Reserve Fine Wines & Spirits and Murray McDavid independent bottlers, and later the purchasing of Bruichladdich Distillery in 2000, Mark Reynier founded the Waterford Distillery in 2014 from a converted former Guinness brewery and set out to produce the first terroir-driven Irish single malt whisky.

Proximity to high quality Irish barley influenced the choice of location for the distillery and the Ratheadon 1.2 single malt is produced from barley grown by father and son Stephen & Andrew McDonnell – third and fourth generation growers respectively.

Bottled at 50% abv from American and French oak casks, it has no colouring and is non-chill filtered.