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Though the Irish use the same grains as their Scottish cousins for the production of whiskey, their methods differ in a number of aspects. The absence of peat, the use of unmalted barley, large-sized stills and triple distillation, as well as their individual art of blending all contribute to the light and very fruity character of Irish whiskeyFind out more

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