Irishman Single Malt

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There’s some products out there that are named in such a way that we wonder if they are a gimmick or not. For instance, the same company that makes Irishman Single Malt also makes Writers Tears.

And upon learning that, you’d assume they sell those whisky bottles in the tourists shop in the shape of a leprechaun and taste like vodka with oak extract. I wouldn’t blame you.

However it turns out that they actually give a shit, and just have some good names. Surprising, eh?

The Irishman Single Malt is triple distilled, thus it contains unmalted and malted barley. It’s aged in both sherry and bourbon casks for over 10 years. They bring it out in small batches ensuring there’s no more than 1000 bottles per to allow for quality.

Hey, I’ve enjoyed Writers Tears, so why not try one from the other side of the distillery. I assume…

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