Irish Whiskey

 

Boasting the world's oldest licensed distillery, founded in 1608, the Irish certainly know a thing or two about whiskey.

 

A couple of famous names from across the sea include, Bushmills and Jameson, both known for their fruity, floral aroma, with subtle differences across the two including salty caramel, butterscotch, vanilla and spiced honey.

The Jameson, along with Redbreast, Powers and the Spot are all distilled at the Midleton Whiskey Distillery, originally an 18th century wool mill, the mill was converted into a distillery in 1825 and the rest, as they say is history.

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