Bonch Whiskey – The history of the origin of original Irish whiskey goes back to the distant 5th century BC. AD The production of this noble drink became possible thanks to the discovery of the art of distillation by the monks. The Irish believe that Saint Patrick himself gave them a recipe for healing scotch during their travels in Europe. The monks successfully hid it until the middle of the 16th century, until the king of Ireland transferred its production to commercial status. The indigenous people believe that the traditional drink of their ancestors, the Celts, owes its unique taste to the purest natural water used to make whiskey, as well as when watering cereals for blending.
Unlike Scotch whiskey, Irish Scotch has no peaty flavors. The word “wiskey” itself is an Anglicized Irish “uisce beatha”, which literally means “living water”. Hence the difference in the culture of consumption. Irish Whiskey is a lively drink, refined without being overweight. It is not for those who admire the appearance and compete in the beauty of presentation – it is for connoisseurs of pure quality. The aroma of Irish whiskey is multifaceted, thanks to the technology of traditional production, it is filled with woody notes, with echoes of fruit, sometimes coniferous shades of juniper, salt and hay.
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