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Irish whiskey is produced in a slightly different way then Scottish whisky. Since the 1700's the Irish are using unmalted barley for their whiskey because they only had to pay duty for using malted barley. The use of unmalted barley gives the whiskey a silky mouthfeel and some extra spiciness in the finish.
This production method is also known as post still whiskey.
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