It’s that green time of year again, and much like most people hobbling out of their 20’s, my St. Patrick’s day festivities is one drink and maybe reading a book.
I know, I’m such a party animal. At least I get to stop in at WW, which is doing well.
That one dram is in celebration of the patron Saint of Ireland (as well as Engineers and Nigeria). I guess I should have built a bridge and eaten Shuku Shuku while drinking this. Oh well, next year.
Today I’ll be reviewing Connemara Peated Single Malt. Made by the Cooley company (which has a name that sounds like it was founded by the Fonze), this Irish whiskey is double distilled in 2 small pot stilled, aged in American oak casks, a mixture of young and old whiskies, and Peated to the hilt.
So raise your Shamrocks up, be happy for…
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