Words by Miren Somers. Last November I moved to London and due to the limited availability of Irish whiskey, I have been drinking a lot of Scotch! This is because the Irish whiskey category over here is mainly made up of three key players; Jameson, Bushmills and Tullamore D.E.W., and so with mainstream bars choosing to stock these popular brands, there are less opportunities to sample Ireland’s finest. as a result of drinking more single malt Scotch, I have taken the time to explore our Irish variety and by doing so have developed an even greater appreciation for our often undervalued, home-grown Irish single malt whiskeys. Put simply, single malt whiskey is made from 100% malted barley and is distilled in copper pot stills at one single distillery.   The rules are minimal, which means that distilleries can d
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