So this will be my last Irish whiskey review, barring any finds at pubs, for awhile. Not because I don’t like them, or that the community seemingly isn’t the biggest fan of them, but mostly because I have other fish to fry.
And whiskey’s to try.
And pigs to sty?
Oh well, took it one too many.
Uisce Beatha Real Irish Whiskey starts off with words that I can’t hope to ever get right, and can only apologize for repeatedly. It means Water of Life in the Irish language. Did I know there was an Irish language before reading about that? No.
Turns out that the word whiskey comes from the English version of Uisce Beatha. Which… takes a couple jumps down the logic trail, I’m sure, but I’ll take it.
None the less, this is a blended Irish whiskey matured in ex-Bourbon barrels. Let’s see how a ‘real’ Irish…
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