Wild Geese Sets New Flight Record

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The Wild Geese Irish Whiskey Miniatures has been announced as the only miniatures set to be available on all British Airways long haul flights. It will be available to passengers from October 2013.

British Airways have an on-going commitment to provide the best inflight experience, and only select the most highly desirable products for its very limited inflight portfolio.

As one of the last independent Irish Whiskeys, The Wild Geese offers an internationally acclaimed alternative to other leading spirits.

The Wild Geese is recognised as the only Super Premium Collection of Irish Whiskeys and has been voted ‘Best Irish Whiskey’ three times. The Wild Geese Miniature set features 50cl bottles of the Rare Irish, Limited Edition and Single Malt Irish Whiskeys.

The Collection celebrates the brave men and women who have left Ireland and found success abroad, coming to be known as ‘The Wild Geese’. When the leader of the Irish rebellion, Patrick Sarsfield, and his followers left Ireland in 1691, they took the name ‘The Wild Geese’ in the hope and belief that they would one day return. Today over 70 million Wild Geese are still making a positive impact on the global community. Many have settled far from home, and this new listing is a testament to the brand story. 

The Perfect Mix: Nightjar and The Wild Geese

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The Wild Geese Irish Whiskey is now available at London’s Nightjar, which has recently been recognised as one of the world’s best bars. Nightjar moved up a place from last year’s competition to win second place, proving to be the perfect place to enjoy The Wild Geese.

Our friends at Nightjar have been enjoying The Wild Geese Irish Whiskey, using it to create bespoke cocktails, which we’ll be sharing on our Facebook page.

Nightjar’s co-owner, Edmund Weil, describes the bar as having ‘old school glamour, surprising cocktails, live music, top service and a very special atmosphere in a space which is never overcrowded’.

 

Nightjar narrowly missed out on first place, which went to the Langham Hotel’s Artesian bar, which serves The Wild Geese Rum.