Sonny Molloy’s release most expensive Irish Whiskey Platter in the World!
Whiskey drinkers are in for an absolute treat as Sonny Molloy’s Irish Whiskey Bar, located in the heart of Galway city has released ‘The Prestige Platter’ which is arguably the most expensive Irish whiskey platter ever created in the world. Available at the special price of €2,750 per platter.
Featuring a selection of the finest whiskey produced globally you’ll get to sample a 35ml measure of the Midleton Pearl Very Rare 30th Anniversary, Midleton 1973 30 Year Old, Midleton 20th Anniversary and the Midleton 25 Year Old Pure Pot Still. The whiskey is served in bespoke crystal tumblers, set on a 6,000 year old piece of hand carved bog oak sourced from the shores of Lough Corrib.
A certificate of taste, signed and stamped by the whiskey ambassadors at Sonny Molloy’s, will be provided so you can keep a memento of this wonderful whiskey experience. The first person to order ‘The Prestige Platter’ will also have the pleasure of the bottles being opened and poured in front of you for the first time.
Speaking of the new platter, Shane McMahon General Manager of Sonny Molloy’s said ‘Irish Whiskey is enjoying unprecedented demand globally and we’re fortunate to have our shelves brimming with the finest collection including our own Sonny Molloy’s Redbreast 16 Year Old Single Cask. The Prestige Platter is certainly an impressive line-up of whiskey, allowing you to sample the crème de la crème of whiskey.’
Brian Nation, Master Distiller with Irish Distillers was extremely impressed with the platter saying ‘I would encourage anyone who gets the opportunity to come to Sonny Molloy’s in Galway and try ‘The Prestige Platter’ because I don’t think you’re going to get the opportunity any place else to taste whiskey of this quality, all together, in one sitting.’
‘The Prestige Platter’ is now on display and available to order in the award-winning bar. For further details connect with Sonny Molloy’s on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Visit Sonny Molloy’s Bar on High Street in The Latin Quarter or call (091) 563757