Tag Archives: Irish Whiskey

Method And Madness Single Malt Irish Whiskey Review

Method And Madness Single Pot Still

By Emma Briones Rating: B+ From the new range of experimental whiskeys created by Irish Distillers comes Method and Madness Single Malt Irish Whiskey. This is the second expression of a new range that, according to Irish Distillers, pushes the boundaries of Irish whiskey by mixing the experience of Midleton’s whiskey masters with the fresh talent of its apprentices. Method ...

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Method And Madness Single Grain Irish Whiskey Review

Method And Madness Single Grain Irish Whiskey

By Emma Briones Rating: B Irish Distillers has unveiled a new range of experimental whiskeys, designed to “push the boundaries of Irish whiskey.” The new range is called Method and Madness, and aims to harness the creativity of Midleton’s whiskey masters through the fresh talent of its apprentices. Thus, the new range of whiskies is designed to reflect the next ...

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The World’s Eight Most Underrated Whiskies

Teeling Single Grain Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Some may be surprised to learn that although whisky-making has been spreading around the globe in recent years, the industry had already long extended beyond the “Big Five” nations of Scotland, the United States, Ireland, Canada and Japan. Even if you discount the ersatz Indian whisky industry on technical grounds, the French and Germans have had whisky ...

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Choice Irish Whiskeys For St. Patrick’s Day

Barr an Uisce 10 Year Old

By Father John Rayls “Slainte” is a traditional (and sometimes mispronounced) Celtic toast when drinking Irish whiskey. It means “health,” and is often combined with other Celtic words to make the toast more personal. In the American culture, a more appropriate meaning should be “slow your roll.” Of course, it doesn’t really mean that, but a slower more deliberate approach ...

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