Tag Archives: Pot Still

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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Irish Distillers Launches New Range, Method And Madness

Irish Distillers introduces Method And Madness, a new range of experimental super premium whiskeys designed to push the boundaries of Irish whiskey. Method And Madness launches with a series of unique whiskeys that underpin a continued commitment by Irish Distillers to experimentation and innovation at the home of Irish whiskey in Midlelton, Co. Cork, Ireland. Method And Madness aims to ...

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Best Irish Whiskeys For Under $60

Redbreast 12YO

The Top 5 In Ireland’s Premium, But Affordable Whiskeys By Richard Thomas One of the minor paradoxes of whiskey is how a given sector might have dozens, perhaps hundreds of premium expressions on the market, but the overwhelming bulk of what gets made and sold is concentrated in a small handful of names on the mass market end of the ...

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Redbreast Lustau Irish Whiskey Review

Redbreast Lustau

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Just as Jameson is priming the pump of the Irish whiskey resurgence (Jameson accounts for 78% of all Irish whiskey sales in the U.S.), stablemate Redbreast is carrying the standard for the revival of single pot still whiskey. Within that category, sherry cask aged whiskeys play a key role. Stock drawn from sherry butts are ...

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