Mention whiskey to most people and they’ll likely think of the Scottish stuff or, perhaps, Kentucky bourbon. Suggest “Ireland” and many will think of beer, or to be more specific, the black ale known as stout.To a growing segment of spirits aficionados, though, those two concepts merge together most deliciously in the increasingly popular beverage known as Irish whiskey.As the late drinks writer Michael Jackson once noted, a case could be made for the charm of Irish whiskey being found in ...

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