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Released by West Cork Distillers, The Pogues Irish Whiskey is a blended whiskey that has been matured in oak barrels for just three years and one day (i.e. exactly as long as needed to technically call it "whiskey"). The packaging notes that the whiskey is "bottled by West Cork Distillers", but being a blend and … Continue reading Tasting Notes: The Pogues Irish Whiskey
Crafted at the Midleton Distillery in County Cork, Redbreast is recognised worldwide as the flag bearer of Irish pot still whiskey. The 12 years old expression is the brand's staple release and the distinctive squat green bottle with its red and gold packaging can be seen adorning the shelves of any well stocked pub, bar … Continue reading Tasting Notes: Redbreast – 12 Years Old
...and it has said "Ho ta lah!" - or at least that's the closest phonetic spelling I can find for the Taiwanese equivalent to cheers! Yes, the World Whisky Awards for 2015 were held recently to determine the best whiskies in the world across a multitude of categories and they have awarded their top … Continue reading The world has spoken in 2015…
As we approach 18th Sept 2014, the debate rages on throughout Scotland and the UK about whether or not the Scots should vote for Scottish independence. For whisky drinkers, this mirrors one question that has often considered too: do I stick to just scotch whisky or not? The answer is that only you can really … Continue reading Whisky: Scotch Independence?