The Irish Whiskey
Irish people and some historians maintains that Whisky originated in Ireland rather than in Scotland. This is an ancient historical and philologic dispute which has never been settled.
In Ireland, the origin of Whisky is placed in the sixth century. Whisky is spelled with an extra “e” in Ireland.
|Ingredients:||Barley and other cereals|
|Appearance and taste:||Yellow-greenish, with a very dry taste; taste of turf, barley and sprouted barley|
|Ageing:||More than 5 years, in durmast barrels previously used for sherry|
Irish Whiskey is produced in three successive distillations.
Old Bushmille 10 years malt
Old Bushmille 5 years
Jameson 12 years