Irish Hospitality in the Dublin Tradition

"To get back my youth I would do anything in the world except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable."-- Oscar Wilde

The selection of wine and liquors at Slattery's is as diverse as our clientele. We stock everything from the daily drinker to the ultra-premium celebratory drinks. We take pride in stocking a wide array of potables at reasonable prices, prepared by our knowledgeable bartenders.

With a draught beer selection that caters to the import beer aficionado to the local micro brew supporter, you will be sure to find a brew you'll love. Take some time to look through our potables catalogue and find an old favorite, or a new one.

 

Scotch

Aberlour 12
Vibrant, clean long swift finish
10

Ardbeg 10
Peat smoke, tarry rope, light lemon and brine
10
Ardbeg Uigeadail
Well rounded peat, seaweed, cereal grains
25

Ardbeg Corryvreckan
A peaty, peppery taste beneath a balanced dram
25

Ardbeg Ardbog
Soft, sweet and earthy
25

Auchentoshan 12
Orange zest, lemon grass, with hints of marshmallow
8

Balvenie 12 Double Wood
Nutty sweetness, vanilla, sherry
12

Balvenie 14 Rum Wood
Fruits and spice with a tropical sweetness
18

Balvenie Madira Cask 17
Vanilla oak notes with a dry oaky finish
25s

Balvenie Port Wood 21
Fruit, honey, spice notes, with a nutty finish
30

Buchanan’s 12
Mature, rich malt with pleasant vanilla
13

Buchanan’s 18
Aromas of sherry wood with a warm fruity taste
15
Caol Ila
Lightly medicinal, with a smoky seaweed taste
15

Dalwhinnie
Soft, refined, clean and vibrant
14

Dewar’s White Label
Crisp, light, subtle honey and spice sweetness
7

Dewar’s 12
Buttery and mellow, toffee and caramel
8

Glenfiddich 12
Easy drinking, mellow, caramel and honey
9

Glenfiddich 15
Leathery, oak, spicy, subtle banana
11

Glenfiddich 18
Woody spice, caramel, sea water
20

Glenlivet 12
Fruity tones, clean, soft
8

Glenlivet 15
Rich aroma, mellow barley notes, lingering finish
9

Glenlivet 16 Nadurra
Crisp with hints of peaches and vanilla
12

Glenlivet 18
Mature oak flavors, deep unmistakable honey notes
20

Glenmorangie 10
Delicate and rich, subtle aromas
9
Johnnie Walker Red
Light peat, semi sweet, balanced
7
Johnnie Walker Black
Well integrated, subtle phenols and barley notes
8

Johnnie Walker Double Black
Full bodied, with a finish of smoky oak
10

Johnnie Walker Green
Vatted malt, rich and peppery
12

Johnnie Walker Gold
Subtle heather, light peat, spicy finish
19

Johnnie Walker Blue
Vanilla, rich peat smoke, immensely smooth
30

Johnnie Walker Platinum
Smooth with subtle smoke
18

Lagavulin 16
Layers of peat smoke with a clean sweet back bone
18

Laphroaig
Medicinal peat, seaweed brine, smoked meats, lemongrass
11

Macallan 12
Sweet sherry, subtle spice, slight peat
12

Macallan 15
Fine oak-semi dry, deep oak palate, caramel notes
20

Macallan 17
Balanced with floral and fruit notes
24

Macallan 18
Sweet sherry cask notes, slight smoke, perfectly balanced
25

Oban 14
Marzipan, honey, sea water and peat
15

Oban 18
A rich, smooth caramel and wood spice flavor
18

Peat Monster
Big rich, peaty and smoky
10

Talisker 10
Malty flavors of tobacco, pepper and peat
10

Talisker Storm
Thick & mouth coating with wood smoke, tin & chili heat
15

Irish

Bushmills
Full bodied, slight peat, rich and complex
7

Black Bush
Smooth, refined complexities, light smoke, subtly sweet
9

Bushmills 10 year
Bourbon cask notes, subtle sweetness, vanilla
8

Bushmills 16 year
Complex wood notes, subtlety sweet
12

Connemara
Thick peat smoke, full bodied, luxurious
9

Clontarf
Charcoal mellowed, with an oaky finish
7

Green Spot
Full spicy body, hints of green apples and cloves
11

Jameson
Sweet, mellow vanilla, crisp
7

Jameson Black Barrel
Nutty notes with vanilla sweetness and sherry fruit
9

Jameson 12
Spicy sweetness, sherry, subtle fruit notes
10

Jameson Gold
Full bodied, rich and complex
16

Jameson 18
Olorosso sherry, impeccable smoothness, clean
20

Kilbeggan
Sweet honey, dry, oak
7

Midleton
Perfection, luxuriously smooth and rich
26

Paddy
Light, crisp, refreshingly clean
6

Red BreasT
Full bodied, thick, rich, well rounded
10

Tullamore Dew
Orange rind, trace vanilla, exceptional
7

Tullamore Dew 10
Single malt with a 4 cask finish in sherry, port,
bourbon and madeira
10

Tullamore Dew 12
Robust taste with spice, linseed oil and creamy body
12

Tullamore Dew Phoenix
Layers of oak, caramel and floral notes
12

Tyrconnell
Honey, barley, citrus sweetness
7

2 Gingers
Smooth, malty and slightly sweet
7

 

 

History of Whiskey

From its earliest days, whiskey has been known for its curative and creative properties. It evolved into a unique cultural icon of the people who savored it. It has charmed saints and tormented sinners. Each country, each distiller and blender, has made a distinct interpretation of this drink.

Today, whiskey is enjoying yet another revival as a cultural icon. While the exact origins are lost in the mists of time, it is generally accepted that the ancient Celts (Scots, Irish, Cornish and Welsh) knew how to distill grains at least as far back as 800 BC. Given that they lacked the cimate to grow the more fragile grapevines, their use of cereals such as barley and rye, both of which grew well in the northern European climate, was a logical choice. Those Celts viewed their fiery brew as a gift from their gods that literally brought the dead to life and warmed even the coldest spirit. In fact, in Celtic, whiskey is called "uisge beatha"
the water of life.

Slattery's Irish Pub also carries a very complete list of Vodkas, Bourbons, Gins and other potables for your drinking enjoyment.