Emerging from the underground after a ban of over 300 years, Poitín is reclaiming its place as Irelands most notorious spirit. Made secretly and sold unofficially, Poitín was outlawed in 1661.Distilled using locally sourced raw ingredients, Bán is a heady mix of potato, malted barley and sugar beet - a full flavoured statement of its origin.
Bán Poitín (actually pronounced 'bawn potcheen’) is distilled and bottled at The Echlinville Distillery on the Ards peninsula and bottled at a very drinkable 48% ABV.
|Country of Origin||Ireland|
|Flavour||Fruity & Spicy|