Irish Whiskey Brands & Their Prices In Kenya

jameson crested-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 40%
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jameson black barrel-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 40%
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jameson blender's dog-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 43%
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jameson coopers croze-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 43%
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jameson distiller's safe-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 43%
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jameson select reserve-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 40%
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irish whisky | 40%
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irish whisky | 40%
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tullamore dew-nairobidrinks
irish whisky | 40%
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teeling whiskey single malt-nairobidrinks
single malt | 46%
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irish whisky | 40%
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irish whisky | 46%
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# Brand Country of Origin
  Jack Daniels United States
  Glenfiddich Scotland
  Glenlivet Scotland
  Glenmorangie Scotland
  Johnnie Walker Scotland
  Chivas Regal Scotland
  Singleton Scotland
  Jameson Ireland
  Jim Beam United States
  Ballantines Scotland
  Famous Grouse Scotland
  Macallan Scotland
  Jura Scotland
  Talisker Scotland
  Auchetoshan Scotland
  Aberlour Scotland
  Balvenie Scotland
  Caol Ila Scotland
  Laphroaig Scotland
  Grant's Scotland
  Black & White Scotland
  Passport Scotch Scotland
  Cardhu Scotland
  Yamazaki Japan
  Cragganmore Scotland
  Highland Park Scotland
  Lagavulin Scotland
  Glenrothes Scotland
  Ardmore Scotland
  Dalwhinnie Scotland
  Oban Scotland
  Bowmore Scotland
  Maker's Mark United States
  Virginia Black United States
  Wild Turkey United States
  Cutty Sark Scotland
  Dewar's Scotland
  Best Whisky Scotland
  Bond 7 Scotland
  Glenkinchie Scotland
  Teacher's Scotland
  VAT 69 Scotland
  Whyte & Mackay Scotland
  Woodford Reserve United States
  Tullamore Ireland
  William Lawson Scotland
  Nikka Japan
  Hakushu Japan
  Hibiki Japan
  Chita Japan
  Iwai Japan
  Suntory Japan
  Monkey Shoulder United States
  Canadian Club Canada
  Teeling Whiskey Ireland
  Powers Ireland
  Bushmills Ireland
  Dimple Scotland
  GlenGrant Scotland
  Glen Silvers Scotland
  Knob Creek United States
  Benchmark United States
  Four Roses United States
  Ardbeg Scotland
  Aberfeldy Scotland
  Bulleit Bourbon United States
  Dalmore Scotland
  Glengoyne Scotland
  Crown Royal Canada
  Sir Edwards Scotland
  Bruichladdich Scotland
  Scapa Scotland
  Kamiki Japan
  Rampur India
  Harrington Scotland
  Buffalo Trace United States
  Eagle Rare Bourbon United States
  Smokehead Scotland
  Omar Taiwan
  Old Smuggler Scotland
  Marshall's United States
  Glen Turner Scotland
  Glencadam Scotland
  Old Pulteney Scotland
  Speyburn Scotland
  Grand Old Parr Scotland
  Paddy Ireland
  Bunnahabhain Scotland
  Sazerac United States
  Amrut India
  Clynelish Scotland
  Gold Bar United States
  Mars maltage Japan
  Kurayoshi Japan
  Connemara Ireland
  Early Times United States
  Lombard Scotland
  Compass Box Scotland
  Glen Deveron Scotland
  Shackleton Malt Scotland
  Miyagikyo Japan
  Glen Moray Scotland
  Blantons United States
  Ledaig Scotland
  Copper Dog Scotland
  Sexton Ireland
  Akashi Japan
  Islay Scotland
  White Horse Scotland
  Claymore Scotland
  Taylor United States
  1792 Bourbon United States
  Willett Pot Still United States
  Glenfarclas Scotland
  Tullibardine Scotland
  Wild Geese Ireland
  Tomintoul Scotland
  Kirin Fuji Sanroku Japan
  Buchanans Scotland
  Knockado Scotland
  Bells Scotland
  West Cork Ireland
  Lauders Scotland
  Mortlach Scotland
  Midleton Ireland
  Scottish Leader Scotland
  Scots Gold Scotland
  John Barr Scotland
  Canmore Scotland
  J&B Scotland
  Strathisla Scotland
  Aultmore Scotland
  John Bannerman Scotland
  Green Spot Ireland
  Kura Japan
  Paul John India
  Brand2 Afghanistan

Irish Whiskey

Irish whiskey is whiskey that is made in Ireland. The country claims to be the first one to produce whiskey though Scotland claims they are the first one too. Irish whiskey is among the best whiskey in the world and the most popular whiskey drinks in Kenya. The direct competitor of Irish whiskey are scotch whisky. There is a huge difference between the two. They are both made from either malted grains or un-malted grains. In the case of malted grains, Irish whiskey have the grains moistened to start germination which converts starch sugar but it is then stopped by drying the grains in a kiln where no smoke is let to come into contact with the grains. On the hand, scotch whisky have the grains dried by smoke from turf or peat fires. This explains why the Irish whiskey don’t have a smoky or peaty taste and smell like the one found in scotch whisky.

Just like the other whiskies, the grains are mashed and heated water is added to create a sugary soup. Few hours later, liquid is let cool and it is then filtered and drained to create a liquid called wort. Yeast is added to the wort making it froth and bubble as the sugars are converted into alcohol. This process takes around 2 to 3 days after which the frothing dies leaving beer like liquid called wash. This liquid, which has around 8% ABV, is then distilled twice or thrice over copper pot still or continuous pot still creating a vodka clear like liquid that is around 85% ABV. To maintain consistency in terms of flavours and character, only the centre part of the first distillation process is used for the second and third distillation process. The head and tail of the first distillation are recirculated back. This clear liquid is then diluted to 65% ABV by adding pure water and aged in oak casks for a minimum of 3 years. The aging process could go to a maximum of 20 years. The type of wood barrels and their previous use determines the flavours, colour, taste and smell of the Irish whiskey. Before being bottled for distribution and sale, the Irish whiskey is then diluted again by adding pure water to 40% ABV which is the recommended drinking strength of Irish whiskey. However, some Irish whiskey are bottled at 50% ABV or 60% ABV. These whiskeys are called cask strength Irish whiskey. They are expensive in price and are only meant for the experienced drinkers. Those Irish whiskeys that are made from one pot are called Single Pot Irish whiskey.

Jameson whiskey is among Irish whiskeys in Kenya. It is so popular and has a family of other whiskey brands making it be among the most popular types of whiskey in Kenya. Due to the popularity of Jameson, there is a misconception that Jameson whiskey brands are the only Irish whiskey. Are you looking for Jameson drinks or Jameson price in Kenya? Visit our online liquor store to find the best whiskey at the most competitive Kenya wines and spirits prices.

Best Irish whiskey Brands in Kenya and Their Prices

  • Jameson 1 litre @ Ksh 2,500
  • Jameson 750ml @ Ksh 2,300
  • Jameson Crested 750ml @ Ksh 5,000
  • Jameson Distiller’s Safe 750ml @ Ksh 6,000
  • Jameson Cooper’s Croze 750ml@ Ksh 6,000
  • Jameson Blender’s Dog 750ml @ Ksh 6,000
  • Jameson Caskmates 750ml @ Ksh 3,500
  • Jameson Black Barrel 750ml @ Ksh 5,200
  • Jameson Select Reserve 750ml @ Ksh 7,200
  • Tullamore Dew 1 litre @ Ksh 2,600
  • Tullamore Dew 750ml @ Ksh 3,000
  • Teeling Whiskey Single Malt 750ml @ Ksh 3,000
  • Teeling Whiskey Small Batch 750ml @ Ksh 3,000
  • Powers Gold Label 1 litre @ Ksh 3,800
  • Bushmills Original 1 litre @ Ksh 5,000

Nairobi Drinks is an online whisky shop that offers reliable whisky delivery Nairobi at the best whiskey prices in Kenya. Besides whisky, we also stock other types of alcohol like wine, vodka, beer, rum, gin, cognac, champagne, brandy, tequila, vermouth, aperitif and bitters. Buy any of this types of liquor at the most discounted liquor prices in Kenya.

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