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Ireland

After a long period of decline spanning almost 100 years from the late 19th century Irish whisky appears to be making a comeback. Usually triple distilled and unpeated, the Irish style tends to be lighter and with a smoother finish than their Scottish counterparts.

After a long period of decline spanning almost 100 years from the late 19th century Irish whisky appears to be making a comeback. Usually triple distilled and unpeated, the Irish style tends to be lighter and with a smoother finish than their Scottish counterparts.

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