The origin of clan McCabe — named for its elaborate headgear, “Caba” — dates back to the year 1350, when clan members traveled from Scotland to Ireland as mercenaries, or gallowglasses, to fight for warring Irish chiefs.
McCabe’s Irish Whiskey holds true to its name — pot-distilled in Ireland, hallmarked by a light golden color, and imbued with the essences of the malt and grains with which it is crafted, this carefully sourced, true Irish whiskey is proofed and bottled in Brown County, Indiana by Hard Truth Distilling Co.
Cereal grain, dried fruit, and honey
Toasted grain and malt, with hints of pear and caramel
Light, with notes of dried fruit and spice