Irish Whiskey Draws are putting up a bottle of 27-year-old Redbreast as the prize in aid of My Name’5 Doddie Foundation.
This Foundation was set up by former Scottish International Rugby player Doddie Weir OBE. In June 2017 Doddie revealed he too was suffering from Motor Neuron Disease. In November 2017 Doddie and his Trustees launched the registered charity My Name’5 Doddie Foundation. They really hope this receives the support it deserves and 100% of the profits will be donated to the charity.
Its aim is simple:
- To raise funds to aid the research into the cause of Motor Neuron Disease and investigate potential cures.
- To make grants available to individuals suffering from MND, to enable them to live as fulfilled a life as possible.
Tickets are just €5 each and you can get all the details on Irish Whiskey Draws website
The closing date for the draw is Friday the 30th of April.
The oldest permanent release in the Redbreast family, 27-Year-Old is a Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey comprising exclusively of Pot Still whiskeys which have been triple distilled, matured in the finest bourbon, sherry and ruby port casks for no less than 27 years, and left untouched.
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