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An Irish whiskey liqueur, Irish Mist is made with whiskey, honey and herbs.
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The new Irish Mist is based upon the original Irish Mist. This is an inexcusable mistake to "reformulate" what was the best Liqueur in the world. I was lucky to find four of the original decanter bottles. I am not sharing.I will never drink this putrid stuff again, (used the word stuff because it is not liqueur or any potable substance).
14th November 2015
why has this become so scarce and being replaced by honey flavour which is as bad as the original was good
5th September 2015
my friends and I drank the original "mist" from decanter style bottles and it should have been left alone . you shouldn't mess !1
4th January 2015
love it, memories of trying this with my late Mother for the 1st time in the 60's in Liverpool.
27th December 2014
As a college student one would assume I guzzle back vodka like water. However I decided early on to learn about scotches and whisky's. That I did. Since then I have had nearly 300 types and aside from the Glens, this is my #1 go to drink. Price wise it is not the cheapest, but it also wont break the bank. The quality... You'll Just have to try it, its good. You can taste the swetness of the honey but it isn't like drinking sap. In my opinion, it easily deserves 5/5 as either a gift or for yourself. Spend the few extra coins and try this. It is worth it.
21st December 2014
Personally I prefer the old bottle the latest irish mist seems to have a more pronounced taste of honey ?
15th December 2014
Don't really like whiskey or liqueurs (more an ales, porters and stouts kind of guy) but I love this stuff.
13th December 2014
Irish mist is the most enjoyable drink in the world, unfortunately you are out of stock. As soon as you get some more I will be buying some from you. I have just had a delivery of Fenet Branca and I only orderd it on Friday so the service is eccelent and second to none. Many thanks J. Brook
13th October 2014
We should never have let this out of the country, far too good to advertise and sell anywhere but the Emerald Isle
20th August 2014
got to know Irish Mist in Dresden, Germany when visiting an Irish Pub. Back in Holland I.ve searched where to buy this wonderful liqueur and found that it is available at a retailer. Love every drop of it, and de rich and wealthy flavour is really good. M. Moone from the Netherlands.
24th July 2014
Smooth and not cloyingly sweet, with overtones of honey and spices.
15th March 2014
Hey Shocking why would you buy a Liqueur if you are a whiskey drinker, they are like chalk and cheese. Me and my Buddies love to drink Misty when we play golf, every time one of the guys gets a birdie we have of Misty its all good we enjoy.
19th February 2014
Just terrible don't buy it if you enjoy whiskey this tastes nothing like it.....
3rd November 2013
Pretty grim sickly sweet and too sickly for me.
It's just like one of the fairy's from the end of the garden shedding a delicate tear on your tongue.
8th April 2013
It is so good,my wife has started drinking for the first time in her life.Unfortunately it goes quicker & i have to buy more.
4th February 2012
definately a nectar made by the gods so smooth and light and velvet on the pallat, so rich for an after dinner drink.
13th June 2011
A vry beautiful drink, with a feeling of nectar belonging to the ancient Gods from the mystical isle.
5th July 2010