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Irish whisky - not a single - Kcwhippet - 06-06-2013 07:09 PM

Powers Irish Whisky. This would actually be a 10 yo single malt, except for the way they make it. They add a significant amount of unmalted barley to the mash bill. Then they triple distill. The result is a very smooth, slightly sweet, quite light sip. My favorite Irish, and I'm not alone. Turns out this is the largest selling Irish whisky in Ireland. I would definitely recommend this one.