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How to Drink Irish Whiskey, According to an Irish Bartender

4 days ago   |   By Vine Pair

As a category, Irish whiskey can be thought of as some 600 years young and with no shortage of ups and downs during its considerable history. From its mid-19th century heyday, when bottles from the Emerald Isle dominated global whiskey sales, the nation's fortunes took a drastic turn. By the 1970s, just two operational distilleries remained in Ireland.
These days, things look considerably brighter. Between 2010 and 2019, the number of working Irish whiskey distilleries increased eightfold. Beyond a growing number of brands to choose from, drinkers can also look to Ireland for its...
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