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    [–] Rawh. YaDanKnow1 7 points ago in awfuleverything

    Sympathetic slow claps maybe?

    [–] We still go outside, Karen. YaDanKnow1 1 points ago in terriblefacebookmemes

    "You're glued to that screen, young man"

    Beats your chardonnay addiction...

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    Congrats! Amazing progress :)

    [–] Spotted one in the wild. YaDanKnow1 3 points ago in facepalm

    How strong is the medication you take over there exactly?

    [–] One of the best whiskeys I've had YaDanKnow1 2 points ago in whiskey

    There is a great book by Fionnán O'Connor called 'A Glass Apart' that gives a really great, in depth breakdown of all things Pot Still :) sláinte!

    [–] One of the best whiskeys I've had YaDanKnow1 3 points ago in whiskey

    Well said! A beautiful legacy left with us after the malt tax introduction.

    [–] One of the best whiskeys I've had YaDanKnow1 6 points ago in whiskey

    The ones you listed are blends so are much lighter due to the presence of grain whiskey. Redbreast is a Pot Still whiskey, the traditional style of Irish whiskey, only made from barley to give that deeper, richer character!

    [–] Fiscal Conservatives... YaDanKnow1 37 points ago in The_Mueller

    Maybe I am slightly missing the point of this but I think that the true success of Muller is that he is a conservative and thus is near impossible to undermine.

    [–] Its an Assassination Compilation! YaDanKnow1 5 points ago in skyrim

    You really goat me at the end there.

    [–] Just say no YaDanKnow1 1 points ago in PublicFreakout

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    [–] What makes a single malt whiskey taste so wildly different from blends? YaDanKnow1 3 points ago in whiskey

    I do agree with you that blends do offer a wider scope of potential flavour profiles due to their varied sources (this is not so much in Ireland, more a Scotch industry method) but master blenders are also heavily involved in blending the perfect single malt or pot still. Playing with cutting points during distillation and 'stacking' your SM blend with a multitude of variously aged casks can project against flavour profile fluctuation over time. The joys of Uisge beatha!

    [–] What makes a single malt whiskey taste so wildly different from blends? YaDanKnow1 7 points ago in whiskey

    Side note, there is no added sugar in Jameson :) or any whiskey for that matter. By law they would have to be sold as whisky liqueurs if sugar was added. The sweetness you taste comes from the type of casks the whisky was aged in.