Spirits: Dive in to hyper-local whiskeys
Some of the country’s most innovative distillers are adopting a terroir approach more usually associated with wine
Uisce beatha may have started out as a humble tipple for the Irish and our Scottish cousins, but it most certainly is no longer the preserve of Celtic nations. In every sense, whiskey is now a global product, and there are dozens of operational distilleries on the island of Ireland aiming to capture a slice of a booming market.
At the same time, competition has never been stronger and standing out from the crowd can...
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