St. Patrick's Day is synonymous with parades, green beer, and rowdy youthful faces adorned with shamrock stickers, waving pint-sized Irish flags. Conditions are perfect to celebrate Irish heritage with an Irish beverage - down a Guinness, sip Baileys, or take shots of Irish whiskey...
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"The world's best selling Irish whiskey, originally distilled in Dublin, where John Jameson, a Scottish Presbyterian, founded a distillery in 1780. Jameson's is now one of many whiskeys produced in Irish Distiller's highly versatile Midleton distillery in County Cork. The Jameson range of whiskeys
"The Number One selling Irish whiskey in Ireland, Powers Irish Whiskey has become "the father of all Irish Whiskeys" through a tradition based on over 200 years of distilling whiskey. Powers is distinctive for its warm and full-bodied flavor, an explosive mixture of spices, which linger on the
Wine Enthusiast 93 "This golden-hued bartender favorite layers lightly smoky notes with jazzy tones of honey, dried fruit, cinnamon and ginger." "The nose is nutty and rich. There are notes of dried peels and spice, an oily note and cut fruits. The palate is spice and of good body. There are
" Nose Sweet, clean peat, vanilla and-floral notes. One of the most profound and complex of Irish noses.PalateAgain very sweet, peaty. Softly honeyed and oily Mild molasses, fabulously smoky.FinishBecomes drier as some oak bites, but the peat just keeps on rumbling along." ~Distillery notes