Paddy Irish Whisky, 700ml
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Townsend, Brian (1999). The Lost Distilleries of Ireland. Glasgow: Neil Wilson Publishing. ISBN 1897784872.
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Midleton is a premium brand and one of the most expensive Irish whiskies whose taste lives up to its distinguished name.
With Water: A few drops of water amp up the weird industrial notes and add some acidity (white vinegar) to the aroma. The water thins the palate somewhat, and adds vague sweetness to the finish. Water not necessary, but it doesn’t hurt anything. Writers’ Tears is a blend of single pot still and single malt whiskeys. It is one of the newer whiskies on our list, and it pays tribute to Ireland’s long history of brilliant and miserable writers – hence the name. Redbreast is renowned for its full-flavoured creamy and fruity taste that teases a hint of sherry. It gives you a long-lasting taste that is best enjoyed with a small bit of water, which will truly open up the potential of its flavour.
Paddy Irish Whiskey | Morrisons
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