4 Irish Whiskey's to buy on St. Patrick's Day

Bushmills Black Bush Special Old Irish Whiskey

An intriguing name and an intriguing flavour. Right from the pour you?ll notice the dark colouring? a result of maturing for up to seven years in spanish oloroso sherry casks and sweet bourbon barrels. As for the taste? this 80% malt premium whiskey floats across the tongue to deliver dark? velvety fruity notes right through to the back of your throat.
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Writers Tears Pot Still Blend Whiskey

Writers Tears is a light, sweet Irish whiskey made using a mix of single pot still and single malt whiskies, resulting in oodles of honey'd, fruity notes. Wonderfully easy to drink, it would make for a great introduction to Irish whiskey for folks new to the spirit. No writers were harmed in the making of this whiskey.
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Redbreaast 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey

Redbreast 12 year old Irish Whiskey, a single pot still type whiskey, is full of distillates which have matured in Oloroso sherry casks, giving it its trademark Christmas cake character.
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Jameson Irish Whskey

Today Jameson Irish Whiskey is world famous for its distinctive flavour and smooth characteristics. Triple distilled from the finest Irish barley and pure spring water and then matured in oak casks. Jameson carries the hallmark of quality, which has made it the best selling Irish Whiskey around the world.
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