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A Wee Drop

Céad míle fáilte everyone!

It's finally March, spring is just around the corner here in the eastern US, and St. Patrick's Day is fast approaching! That means it's time once again for The Scotchcast to break out the White, Orange, and Green and bring to you our annual Irish Whisky tasting. This time around we'll be sampling Tyrconnell and Bushmills 12 year Distillery Reserve which can only be purchased at Bushmills Distillery.

Photo of Bushmills Distillery
(More Photo's from Michael's trip to Bushmills after "additional information" link below)

Join us next time when we'll be tasting the Jon, Mark, & Robbo’s Rich Spicy and Smooth Sweet.

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Distilleries

Tyrconnell (Cooley Distillery) - http://www.cooleywhiskey.com/

Bushmills - http://www.bushmills.com/

Tasting Notes

Tyrconnell

The Complete Guide To Single Malt Scotch

Whiskey Magazine Issue #43

Bushmills Distillery Reserve

The Complete Guide To Single Malt Scotch

Whiskey Magazine Issue #65

Miscellaneous

Bushmills Distillery Photos

Pagoda Roof

Cask storage

The tasting room

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One Response to “A Wee Drop”

  1. dc Says:

    Hello again, oracles of uisce beatha (Irish spelling for March). Another great St. Paddy’s show! I will definitely have a glass of the Tyrconnell in my hand on the 17th.

    I find myself consulting your scores archive more and more when determining my next purchase (you’re currently getting equal consideration along with Michael Jackson). The list is getting quite lengthy, so I was wondering if there’s any website upgrades planned for the future that include a sorting feature for the archives. I’m sure I’m not the only one that would like to quickly sort the list by region, price, total score, or even individual scores. Any thoughts from fellow listeners? Thanks!