irish whiskey

  1. There's Nothing More Irish than Whiskey

    Irish Whiskey

    Potatoes were originally cultivated in South America. Corned beef is English. Even red hair was brought over to Ireland through waves of Viking invasions. Yet there's nothing more Irish than whiskey. In fact, the word "whiskey" comes from the Irish word for "water": uisce (pronounced ish-ka).

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  2. Irish/Italian Cocktails

    Irish and Italian Cocktails

    March is the month where everybody is either Irish or Italian. You've got St Paddy's day (actually we Irish celebrate that day all week), and then a few days later you have St Joseph's day. So besides the standard green beer and whiskey on St. Patrick's Day, and wine on St. Joe's, maybe change things up a bit and make a fun cocktail.

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