It is a fairly certain bet that this past March 17, and on pretty much every March 17 prior, a fair number of glasses filled with Irish whiskey were raised, clinked and downed. And it is almost equally certain that this will continue to be the case for many St. Patrick’s Days to come.What is perhaps less intuitively apparent, however, is that a good amount of that same whiskey—spelled in the Irish context with the “e,” as opposed to its Celtic brethren, Scottish “whisky”—is now being enjoyed ...

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