Whisky - Whiskey
Irish Whiskey
Irish Whiskey:- must have been distilled on the island of Ireland and the spirits shall have been matured in wooden barrels (sherry casks) in warehouses on the island of Ireland for at least three years.
The process for making Irish whiskey differs from that used to make Scotch or Bourbon. The barley is dried and ground with a small proportion of green malt and other cereal, then mashed with boiling water in a mash tun. The mashing is repeated four times, producing the worts which are allowed to ferment. The wort is then distilled for a minimum of two times, but usually three times which then results in whiskey.

Midleton Irish Whiskey

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