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Longueville House Beverages

Drink

William O Callaghan, of Longueville House, has been producing Artisan Apple Brandy for many years using tree-to-bottle brewing on the grounds of their award-winning country house in Mallow, County Cork.

It all started when William’s father, the late Michael O’Callaghan, planted 25 acres of cider apples in 1985. A pioneering spirit, he was keen to create a product like Calvados. The superb Longueville Irish Apple Brandy is now distilled annually with the guidance of Dan Duggan – Longuevilles’ chief Apple Brandy Distiller and Cider Brewer.

Coupled with their cider, Longueville produced the Irish Apple Brandy on site, which is stored in French oak barrels & aged for four years to allow mature. During the maturing process, the brandy draws out the tannin’s from the oak wood resulting in a brandy which is rich with the aroma of apples, yet smooth and full bodied on the palate. It is then bottled in 500 ml glass and sold as Longueville House Irish Apple Brandy.

Location

Longueville House Beverages,
Longueville House,
Mallow,
Co. Cork,
Ireland
P51 KC8K

Contact

Phone: +353 (0)22 47156
Email: longuevillebeverages@eircom.net

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