The types of Irish whiskey can be divided into four categories: Whiskey Potstill (pot distilled whisky), Grain Whiskey (grain whisky), Whiskey Single Malt (single malt whisky), Blended Whiskey (mixed whisky).
Features: soft, as if burning in the mouth.
Origin Ireland, brewed with wheat, barley, rye and other malt as raw materials. After three distillations. Then into the barrel aging, it usually takes 8-15 years.
Bottling also mixed with water dilution. Because the raw materials are not peat-cured, there is no coke smell and the taste is soft and long-lasting. It is suitable for making mixed liquor and other beverages together.