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Tullamore Dew releases a 10-year-old

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The Irish say they invented whiskey. So do the Scots. It matters intensely to them, not so much to us. We can be glad for both. To me, Irish whiskey is sweeter, smoother – but that’s a matter of personal taste. Tullamore Dew of Dublin, Ireland, has just released a new 10-year-old whiskey that’s particularly nice. Spicy, malty aroma with hints of orange zest; extra-smooth from aging in Spanish and American oak casks. Highly recommended, $35 a bottle.

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It's like when an american and a british pronunce the word "tomato" it's the same but it came out differently. I think whiskey is also the same. Tullamore dew really looks interesting.

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