Quintessential Brands Doubles Losses In 2019
Quintessential Brands has doubled it's losses in 2019, it's latest financial report for the year ended in March 2019 showed.
The Dubliner Irish Whiskey owner recorded a pre-tax loss of €2.8 million for the period, reports the Sunday Times.
According to the newspaper, the company reported a 4% sales increase worth €21.3 million.
The Independent international spirits business recently announced its first collaboration on U.S soil, partnering with Massachusetts craft brewer, Wachusett Brewing Company for the 1st edition of its Beer Cask Series.
The Dubliner shipped casks of its award-winning, Bourbon Cask Aged Irish Whiskey to the Wachusett brewers, in 2019, who then filled them with their Quinn’s Amber Ale, the company said.
The beer was aged in the Kentucky bourbon oak casks for three months and the freshly disgorged casks are on their way back to Dublin to be used for a special Dubliner release later this year.
Distillery and Visitor Center
In February last year, after two years of construction, The Dublin Liberties Distillery opened a €10 million whiskey distillery and visitor experience on Old Mill Street in Dublin’s Liberties.
The development of the new distillery has seen a complete renovation of a 400-year-old building preserving its original architecture.
The distillery combines traditional distillation practices with the very latest in modern technologies, and features a unique natural spring water source on site to be used in the distilling process.
The groups portfolio also includes The Dublin Liberties, The Dead Rabbit as well as O'Mara's Country Cream.
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