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ancient kingdom in NW Ireland in what is the modern Co. Donegal. The kingdom was founded by Conall Gulban in the 5th cent.; kings of Tyrconnell reigned until 1071.
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Driving awareness of Kilbeggan and Tyrconnell is critical, he says, especially the newer iterations, including two launched in 2017--Tyrconnell 16 Year Old, the oldest general release for the Brand; and Kilbeggan Single Grain, aged in ex-bourbon barrels before being finished in a mix of fortified wine casks.
De Mesa provides charts with the numbers in each component company of the Irish Tercios under the Earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell from the resumption of hostilities in 1621 after a twelve-year hiatus arranged in 1609.
When prison escort officers stopped to get food for the career criminal at Macari's chipper on Tyrconnell Road in Dublin, the dangerous thug went on the run.
He begins by outlining the sorry state of Tir Chonaill at the end of the Nine Years War, and the difficulties encountered by Rory O'Donnell, the earl of Tyrconnell, in making his lordship financially viable.
Earlier, drinkers felt that all Irish whiskies taste the same, but over the years, Irish single malts have started featuring very different flavor profiles, like Knappogue Castle and Tyrconnell.
In the aftermath, crown officials played off minor Ulster chieftains (Niall Garbh O'Donnell, Cahir O'Doherty) against the Earls of Tyrone and Tyrconnell. The contemporaneous appointment of Sir Arthur Chichester, also from the English southwest, as lord deputy accelerated the policy of colonization.
The Cooley Distillery, in County Louth, creates its best-known Connemara and Tyrconnell malts, and also produces lots of ownlabel brands for supermarkets and other outlets.
The acquisition makes it possible for Beam to establish a presence in one of the fastest-growing segments of the global spirits market, putting it in possession of award-winning brands like Kilbeggan, Tyrconnell and Greenore, Beama[euro](tm)s president and CEO Matt Shattock said.
(44) The "Flight of the Earls" was the 1607 departure from County Donegal of Hugh O'Neill, the Earl of Tyrone, and Rory O'Donnell, the Earl of Tyrconnell, with their families and followers for Spain.
Or, try Tyrconnell Single Malt (pounds 26.50, 70cl, Oddbins) which won Gold Best in Class at the International Wine & Spirit Competition 2009.
The most striking example of this comes from the seating arrangements in the house of the Marquis Spinola: the marquis has seated "O'Neill in his own place at the head of the table, the Papal Nuncio to his right, the Earl of Tyrconnell to his left, O'Neill's children and Maguidhir next the Earl, and the Spanish ambassador and the Duke of Aumale on the other side, below the Nuncio.