The HYDE family have been involved in the Irish drinks business for over twelve generations since 1640. HYDE is presidential quality Irish whiskey named in honour of Ireland’s very first president Douglas Hyde. President HYDE was an inspirational figure who helped to define Ireland’s national identity.
At HYDE we carefully hand select only the very finest Irish whiskey, made by only the very best Irish whiskey distilleries, which we then finish in vintage oak casks which we source directly from distilleries and bodegas around the world. HYDE premium Irish whiskey is bottled in small limited edition batches and non-chill filtered for a more original character. We apply specific charring levels to our vintage oak casks in order to create a whiskey that is rich in character and truly unique in taste.
AT HYDE OUR MANTRA IS ‘IT’S ALL ABOUT THE WOOD’ .
HYDE Irish Whiskey is a multi-award winning premium range of Irish whiskey matured and finished to perfection in the idyllic landscape and temperate climate of West Cork, Ireland. The HYDE Family have been aging fine Irish Whiskey for over twelve generations since 1640.
At HYDE our motto is “it’s all about the wood”. We hand hand-select only the very finest oak casks from around the world to age our whiskey. Our focus is on the art of Wood Management and Cask Maturation to create an exceptional, small-batch, hand-crafted Irish whiskey.
At HYDE we are proud to be purveyors and curators of some of Ireland’s finest Irish whiskey.
We are passionate about the age old craft of ‘Bonding’ and curating fine Irish whiskey to our very strict standards. At HYDE we carefully hand select only the very finest Irish whiskey, made by only the very best Irish whiskey distilleries, which we then in turn finish in a variety of vintage oak casks sourced directly from distilleries and bodegas around the world.
Independent ageing and finishing of great Irish whiskey in bonded warehouses is a well respected tradition which dates back hundreds of years since the 19th Century in both Ireland and Scotland.
In fact in the 1800’s every county in Ireland had its own uniquely tasting local independent whiskey brand, aged in a local bonded warehouses, with the whiskey being sourced from independent Irish distilleries.