Monday, 4 March 2013

Not Irish Whiskey if it is spelt whisky!

Jameson Irish whiskey is the leading Irish whiskey in the world and is the reason for Irish whiskey's continued international growth. 

The above picture does not feature a bottle of Jameson. It is a fact that Jameson is a  powerful brand that it often overpowers other brands. The picture below shows just how Jameson dominates.

Irish whiskey deserves to regain its position as a leading whiskey of the world. It is distilled three times and refined twice to ensure absolute purity and smoothness. We all know the crack the Scots make at the Irish expense: "the Irish distill it a third time because they couldn't get it right the second time"! Take a sip of any scotch (even a twelve year old Scotch) and then a sip of Jameson Irish whiskey and you will discover why the Irish distill once more and why the Scots are bitter.

It is a proud day finding a new Irish Whiskey website - featuring: Jameson, Powers, Bushmills, Paddy, Tullamore Dew, Connemara, Kilbeggan, Tyrconnell, Inishowen, Greenore, Redbreast, Midleton, Greenspot, Locke's, Clontarf, Knappogue Castle and Danny Boy.

Its a sad day that it isn't managed by the Irish. How do I know that it is not managed by the Irish - simple - an Irishman would have spelt whiskey correctly. I hope sanity prevails and the Irish take back this site. Especially as it is a 'dot org' web address.

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