7 Lessons on Irish Whiskey

An Introduction to Drinking and Enjoying the Whiskeys of Ireland
By: 27Press
Narrated by: Daniel David Shapiro
Length: 57 mins
Categories: Home & Garden, Food & Wine
4 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

If you're new to Irish Whiskey, we guarantee you'll walk away from our lessons feeling confident enough to talk shop with the most experienced bartenders and Irish Whiskey fans. You will gain immediate fundamental knowledge of how Irish Whiskey is made at the top Irish distilleries like New Midleton, Old Bushmills, Kilbeggan, and Cooley. If you're already familiar with Irish Whiskey, you will assuredly still learn along the way.

Seven Lessons on Irish Whiskey is a comprehensive guide that will help you gain a thorough understanding of the drink. This book primarily covers Irish Whiskey production and the major distilleries, but you'll also learn about Irish Whiskey cocktails, Irish Whiskey history, and more!

©2013 27Press (P)2017 27Press

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Not even for beginners

Terrible "cut and paste" publishing. Lazy, short, and with numerous inaccuracies. I'll avoid this publisher going forward.