Gold Spot: This limited-edition expression pays tribute to the colorful history of the Mitchell’s whiskey bonding business which commenced in 1887 when the bonders sent empty wine and fortified wine casks to the local Jameson Distillery, in Bow Street, to be filled with new single pot still spirit for maturation in its underground cellars. Once filled, the fortified wine casks would be marked with a daub or ‘spot’ of colored paint, to determine the age potential with Blue Spot, Green Spot, Yellow Spot and Red Spot, respectively indicating the 7, 10, 12 and 15 years of the celebrated expression within the Spot range.
Yellow Spot: Upon entry you'll taste honey sweetness with pot still spices. Flavors of coffee, creamy milk chocolate; creme brûlée with notes of red apples and toasted oak on the palate. The finish is sophisticated and complex with sweetness throughout.
Red Spot: Crafted from an old recipe handed down by the Mitchell Son family of wine merchants, with records dating back to the early 1900s, the reimagined Red Spot is a triple-distilled, single pot still Irish whiskey that has been matured for a minimum of 15 years in a combination of casks pre-seasoned with bourbon, Oloroso sherry and Marsala fortified wine.