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Re: Favorite Irish Whiskey?

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The kind that comes from Scotland and is missing the word "Irish" in it...
Have you tried Connemara? Peat smoked and only double distilled. Pretty much a Scotch made in Ireland. One of my favorite's from Ireland, but I pretty much share your opinion.
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post #22 of 26 Old 05-01-2012, 06:38 PM
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Re: Favorite Irish Whiskey?

"How can you identify an Irish pirate? He's the one with patches over both eyes. "

That's how ye drink irish whiskey, blind!

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Re: Favorite Irish Whiskey?

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The kind that comes from Scotland and is missing the word "Irish" in it...
^^Now that was funny. I have to remember that one
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Re: Favorite Irish Whiskey?

-Red Breast 12yr
-Michael Collins Single Malt (the whiskey guy at total wine said all his Irish customers buy only the Michael Collins options)

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Jameson

I had the Red Breast Single Pot Still 12yr the other day... at $80/bottle.... it burned a good bit! I didn't care for it too much at all. I'd rather have four bottles of Jameson to one bottle of it.
Umm.... what kind of taxes do you have? That stuff is $40 a bottle here and is a steal for a 12yr single malt at that price and quality.

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The kind that comes from Scotland and is missing the word "Irish" in it...
Correct answer. There is a reason Scotland has 90 distillers and Ireland has...... 4.
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Re: Favorite Irish Whiskey?

Yeah Yeah.. Scotch is good.. They're too different to compare though. I think Scotch>Irish>Gin>Bourbon>Tequila>Rum>Vodka but hell it's not really fair to compare genres. Now specific products in that genre - thats where the fun comes in. They are all different takes on a similar theme and can be compared much more easily. But I guess in the end its all opinion anyway so I'll go have a dram of Ardbeg and shut up. :al
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