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Scotch and Irish Whiskeys are in two completely different classes and there are a variety of differences amongst them, Tim Herlihy, Brand Ambassador for Tullamore D.E.W. breaks down what separates them.
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Scottish Whisky is Dying Irish Whiskey is supplanting it https://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/10/11/whats-driving-the-irish-whiskey-sales-boom.aspx makes sense as the Irish invented Whiskey in the first place.
got to love reading the comments from people who know fuck all about whisky on saying how great Irish or Scottish whisky is.
every drop of so called good Irish and Scottish whisky is aged in used American whisky barrels. so Irish and Scottish whisky has American whisky in it.
Scuba Steve you’ll never really know who invented it. All bullshit! I’m not all that bothered as I like both and American whisky I’ve not tried Canadian or Japanese whisky but so far my favourite is so far Jura but I’ve not tried them all .
"rabbit food" fo' fu** sake, Bulgarian rakia rull...! Many different manufactures offers you different style of destilation but you can choose yours! I prefer - home made old style since 681 after jesus most like scotch...
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