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World Whisky Samples

The laws that govern the production of Irish whiskey are almost exactly the same as those used to make Scotch whisky, so there are many marked similarities between the two. Irish Single Malt whiskey is aged in oak for at least three years, and must be distilled from nothing other than malted barley at a single distillery.

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