The Dubliner Irish Whiskey has announced the launch of 'Fiery Irish,' an all-new whiskey liqueur made with chillis and cinnamon.
Unlike the brand's other whiskey offerings, this new expression is a liqueur and, therefore, comes with a 30% ABV instead of a more traditional 40%+ ABV. In addition, it features a notable sweeter and more intense flavor profile than traditional whiskey. According to the company, the new product will be first introduced in Australia before being rolled out to other international markets.
“Whilst Dubliner Fiery Irish packs a punch with its bold flavour, as a whiskey liqueur, its lower abv makes it a more accessible taste for those who are new to whiskey," said Bronagh Hunt, global brand marketing director at Quintessential Brands.
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The Dubliner Irish Whiskey Debuts Its New 'Fiery Whiskey' Liqueur
1. Spicy Liqueurs - There is a trend of creating spicy flavored liqueurs, using unique and unconventional ingredients such as chillis and cinnamon.
2. Lower ABV Liqueurs - There is a growing trend of producing liqueurs with lower alcohol by volume (ABV), making them more accessible to those who are new to liquor and looking for something sweeter.
3. Whiskey Liqueurs - There is an increasing demand for whiskey-based liqueurs with unique and distinctive flavors that appeal to a broader audience than traditional whiskey.
1. Alcohol - The alcohol industry can explore creating new flavors of liqueurs infused with different spices and ingredients that appeal to a more diverse audience and provide a unique drinking experience.
2. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can look into incorporating spicy flavored whiskey liqueurs into their menus to create unique and innovative cocktails that cater to a wider variety of taste preferences.
3. Hospitality - The hospitality industry can incorporate lower ABV whiskey liqueurs in their cocktail menus and use them to create signature cocktails that appeal to customers looking for something sweeter and more accessible while still enjoying the distinctive flavors of whiskey.