Cant answer exactly but i will tell you that before the American Prohibition of alcahol Irish whiskey wasconsidered to be by far the finest. By the end of prohibition scotch had leaped in popularity due to its success in smugling and so it remains to this day. Irish whiskey is distilled once more then scotch so inevitably is far better. You can tell im scottish.
No. Finland would have it own ones and other spirits, like vodka. Only Ireland is famous for Irish whiskey.
There is no sugar in Irish whiskey.
Jameson Irish Whiskey
You can always check the webite for Jameson Irish Whiskey. Alternitively you can check with Forbes in their "Complete Guide to Irish Whiskey" or find Jameson Irish Whiskey in Wikipedia.
Absolutely - the flavour will be a little different to that of Irish whiskey but there's no reason why not.
Irish coffee and Irish whiskey.
Malachy Magee has written: 'Irish whiskey' -- subject(s): History, Whiskey '1000 years of Irish whiskey' -- subject(s): Whiskey
Irish Whiskey - novel - was created in 1998-03.
Irish Whiskey - novel - has 317 pages.
coffee and Irish whiskey
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Irish whiskey (i.e. Jameson, Tullamore Dew, Wild Geese, Bushmill's, etc.)
Irish Coffee contains Irish whiskey.
Irish Whiskey Irish Mist
mix coffee and Irish whiskey
Irish Whiskey Rebellion - 1972 was released on: USA: 1972
Irish Whiskey Rebellion - 1972 is rated/received certificates of: USA:PG
Irish - Pop
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a coffe that contains,sweet sweet Irish whiskey:)