"Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough." — Mark Twain

Whisky returns to the Emerald Island, Part III - Walsh Whiskey Distillery — The newest kid on the block opened its doors to the public on July 1, 2016. Here's how Bernard and his wife brought about this beautiful distillery on a historical estate, and what future plans they have for it.

Whisky returns to the Emerald Island, Part II - Kilbeggan — Over 250 years old, could this be the first? While Northern Ireland's Bushmills may be the oldest licensed whisky distillery in the world, Kilbeggan claims to be the oldest licensed pot still whisky distillery in Ireland, older than Bushmills by some accounts, disputed by others, definitely worth a visit.

Whisky returns to the Emerald Island — In the 1800s, Dublin was the world capital of whisky production. In the 1900s there were but two distilleries left on the island, but this century, Irish whisky is making a comeback. Here's what happened.

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