Irish Whiskey


Irish whiskey is a type of whiskey produced in Ireland, which has had a deep impact on the history of Irish drinks. It is said that as early as the 17th century, Ireland had already begun producing whiskey and reached its peak in the 18th century. However, the prohibition of the early 20th century and other factors led to the decline of the Irish whiskey industry.

The method of producing Irish whiskey is different from other whiskeys, as it uses a triple distillation technique. First, the malt is boiled and converted into sugar, then yeast is added for fermentation. After fermentation, the liquid goes through the first distillation to remove impurities. Next, the liquid goes through a second distillation to extract the alcohol. Finally, the liquid goes through a third distillation, giving it a pure and balanced taste.

Irish whiskey is a type of whiskey produced in Ireland, which has had a deep impact on the history of Irish drinks. It is said that as early as the 17th century, Ireland had already begun producing whiskey and reached its peak in the 18th century. However, the prohibition of the early 20th century and other factors led to the decline of the Irish whiskey industry.

The method of producing Irish whiskey is different from other whiskeys, as it uses a triple distillation technique. First, the malt is boiled and converted into sugar, then yeast is added for fermentation. After fermentation, the liquid goes through the first distillation to remove impurities. Next, the liquid goes through a second distillation to extract the alcohol. Finally, the liquid goes through a third distillation, giving it a pure and balanced taste.

Alcohol Please selects outstanding whiskey works from all over the world. In addition to the most common Scotch whiskey, we also bring you a lot of excellent Irish whiskey, including but not limited to the most famous Redbreast and Waterford whisky