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While the majority of the tippling public tends to see the category through the lens of one or two famous brands, Irish whiskey is not just one thing.
Caldwell notes how often he has heard people suggest that Irish whiskey gets “washed away” in cocktails.
As the category continues to rebound, Irish whiskey may become even more varied.
The word “whiskey” is an Anglicization of uisce beatha, Gaelic for “water of life.”
It’s little wonder that whiskey production has traveled around the world from its likely 15th-century birthplace in Ireland and swift crossing to Scotland.
In past decades, whiskey-making has set down roots elsewhere.
It is said that American whiskey was distilled there in 1620.
One such brand is whiskey brand Macallan which is on its seventh year with Under 30.
“Those quality definitions of whiskey protect the reputation of whiskey as a traditionally aged product, and other spirits produced with other techniques should be labeled in a way which doesn’t take unfair advantage of that reputation,” it said.
A NESPRESSO MACHINE FOR WHISKEYDANIEL MALLOYOCTOBER 9, 2020OZY
He walked over to the table and mixed two tumblers of whiskey-and-soda, wondering why he had not thought of it before.
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