Paddy Whiskey’s bizarre map of Ireland – The history

Many of us a very familiar with Paddy Whiskey. An affordable and tasty blend from Irish Distillers that lends it’s name from its legendary salesman from Co. Cork Paddy Flaherty. Supposedly very generous with tasting samples but sold buckets of the stuff and ultimately was honoured with his name on the bottle and IDL certainly earned… Read More Paddy Whiskey’s bizarre map of Ireland – The history

Redbreast 12 year old – A review

Colour: Ruby gold Nose: Definitely complex like the label says, fruity sweetness, sherry, coppery malt aroma and hints of citrus. Palate: Soft open, pot still spice, malt flavours, and hints of vanilla. Finish: Long finish, pot still spice and lingering wood. Score: 90/100. Definitely a fantastic expression of Irish Pot Still Whiskey. My personal go to “sipping” whiskey… Read More Redbreast 12 year old – A review