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Hawaii 6 Year Old Single Malt - Pineapple & Coconut Rum Finish - 52.5% - 10 x 100ml

Hawaii 6 Year Old Single Malt - Pineapple & Coconut Rum Finish - 52.5% - 10 x 100ml

52.5% ABV
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Big Bag of Cans - 10 x 100ml Dram In A Can 

An exceptional Single Malt Whiskey full of tropical fruits & coconuts on the nose. It then develops to a palate of rich vanilla, rum, honey & mango - Pina Colada in a glass! Finally yielding a long satisfying burst of summer fruits and fresh pineapples on the finish. 


NOSE Ripe mangos and fresh Pineapples, an overlap of coconut, honey, and sweet rum and Pina Colada notes  
PALATE Rich vanilla & coconut rum notes carried by the warm soft texture of the mature Malt, hints of pineapple followed up with mango, honey, and rum
FINISH Long, satisfying, and morish. The coconut Rum dissipates, leaving behind fresh pineapple and summer fruits in the back on the tongue, longing for a second sip


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Yes we can... Bringing you Whiskey on the move!

The Two Stacks — Dram in a Can is the world’s first Irish whiskey in a can, serving the same great flavour profile and focus on quality spirit as the rest of our family of whiskey. Perfect for on the move, out with friends or even just a solo dram in the great outdoors. Enjoy your Dram the way you want!

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Our focus on eco-friendly practices is not just a commitment; it is a reflection of our broader vision. Through sustainable operations and conscious choices in every aspect of our product, TWO Stacks Irish Whiskey aspires to set a standard for responsible business practices within the spirits community

Two Stacks is part of a new and adventurous chapter in Irish whiskey, and we want you to help us tell its tale!

Ireland once had a rich history of cask bonding. A key lifeblood to the industry, where many towns and cities across the country had family ran businesses, big and small operating as bonders, grocers and merchants. Purchasing directly from established distilleries, the casks were left to mature before its subsequent bottling under the respective owner’s own label.

With the demise of the Irish whiskey industry in the early 20th century, only a handful of these great brands have survived to this day, and with it, the light that shines on this tradition was nearly extinguished for good.

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