Win with Dubliner Whiskey

Win with Dubliner Whiskey

The  Dubliner Irish Whiskey is a James Joyce inspired spirit, which launched in June last year. Both single malt and grain whiskies, which have been aged in Bourbon casks, are blended together, giving you a soft, smooth, sweet whiskey. 
It’s a perfect introductory whiskey, and it’s sibling, The Dubliner Irish Whiskey & Honeycomb liqueur, a smooth blend of honeycomb, caramel and whiskey, is definitely one for those with a sweet tooth, but even I have found myself rather partial to a sample or two when I’ve spotted it at tastings – it’s got a lingering finish that is hard to resist. 
As part of their St Patrick’s Day celebrations, and to celebrate their role as official Irish Whiskey of the Cheltenham Festival, they’ve created two Irish themed cocktails for you to make at home:
Dubliner Whiskey Treacle Cocktail with apple

The Dubliner Treacle

50ml The Dubliner Irish Whiskey
25ml Cloudy Apple Juice
12.5ml Sugar Syrup ( or dissolve a teaspoon of caster sugar in the spirit)
2 dashes of Angostura Bitters
Build in the glass and gently stir. Garnish with lemon peel and add ice cubes.
The Dubliner Honeycomb Beejaysus
50ml The Dubliner Irish Whiskey & Honeycomb Liqueur
20ml Honey Syrup
20ml Lemon Juice
Shake over ice and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with lemon zest.
Win with Dubliner Whiskey
But, that’s not all. If you fancy sampling the whiskey and the liqueur for yourself, and perhaps indulging in a little cocktail shaking on St Paddy’s Day, then this giveaway might be for you. The prize is a hamper (worth Β£90) which contains 1 bottle of The Dubliner Irish Whiskey, 1 bottle of The Dubliner Irish Whiskey & Honeycomb Liqueur, and 2 Dubliner T-shirts – all delivered straight to your door. 
So, without further ado…..



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  • You must be aged over 18 to enter.
  • The competition is open from 29 February 2016 and will close on 11 March 2016, after which the draw will take place and the winners notified (within 24 hours).
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207 thoughts on “Win with Dubliner Whiskey

  1. It is my dads birthday so I will be making him and the rest of my family a steak supper celebrated with some Guinness πŸ˜‰ yummy!

  2. How will you be celebrating St Patrick’s Day? . . . . . .at home, hopefully with a bottle of Dubliner Whiskey

  3. Its my sons birthday on the same day, so we will celebrate in our local town and join in the St Patricks Day celebrations

  4. Well, with fingers tightly crossed, and a little help from your good selves, I’ll be celebrating it with a drop of the Oirish Golden nectar πŸ™‚

  5. I have a pack holiday planning meeting for Brownies, but hopefully after that I’ll be straight into the pub over the road! Xxx

  6. Hubby will definitely be celebrating with Guinness – I will have a whiskey or two. We will also have an Ulster Fry (veggie version for me!). I will also bake some green cakes!

  7. watching films with my boys and once bathed and settled i can have some home made whisky cake and a few drinks

  8. I’ll be raising a glass or two with my closest friends. We always celebrate and enjoy the craic on St. Paddy’s Day. x

  9. I shall doubtless imbibe an Irish Whiskey to honour St Pat πŸ™‚ Many of my ancestors were Irish so I will also wear a shamrock and something green !

  10. It’s my brother’s birthday & we’re half Irish so safe to say they’ll be drinking and Irish music on the day!

  11. Surprisingly I’ll just be relaxing and probably having a drink and watching the Cheltenham festival. I say surprising because I’m half Irish and it is my birthday on the 17th as well.

  12. Probably won’t as I’m not Irish (I’m Scottish!) and it’s my birthday a few days before so I think I’ll be all celebrated out. I did once combine my birthday celebrations with St Paddy’s Day when I was at Uni – cue too many shots in an Irish pub, a killer afternoon hangover, a food fight in the Halls and ending up in a Goth club with no real memory of how I got there. Happy days πŸ˜‰ .

  13. We live in Wales so we are more likely to celebrate St David’s. However my partner says she’s very happy to eat all the potatoes in the world and follow them with a Baileys milkshake in honour of St Patrick. I’ll have some tatty scones.

  14. going to Ireland to spend it with my sister and brother and their families, we will watch the parade in our local town and then to the pub for dinner and a few beverages!

  15. at home with family, money is a bit tight at moment so make the best at home with mum,dad and my 2 boys

  16. the landlord of our local has Irish roots, so he comes over all Irish on st Patrick’s Day and goes for it big time, so we will be getting our ‘Irish Fix’ there x

  17. I’m so sorry but I missed it,by the time I came across your competition it was too late.However,If I’m lucky enough to be chosen,I promise you that my husband and I will raise a toast to the Irish.We Scots and the Irish have always had an alliance and it’s lovely to carry that particular tradition forward.Thanks for the great competition guys,I just hope I’m lucky today,in fact,I hope I have “The luck of the Irish ” !

  18. If I’m not on shift at work I will (hopefully) be having a good craic (eating Irish Stew, listening to live Irish Music and downing the odd Guinness) at Rotunda London N1 :0)

  19. We don’t normally do anything but my husband has been comped some sort of trip to Cheltenham Races with a hospitality package from his work so I think we’re going to be there.

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