Irish Whiskey - Blended

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Finian's Five Provinces Blended Irish Whiskey

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Finian's Irish whiskey takes its "five province" name from "a long-ago Ireland when it was a land comprised of Connachta, Lagin, Mide, Mumu, and Ulaid." It's blended from malted barley and "fresh mountain water."
The Finian's label is imported by Catham Imports, whom we list here as the marketing website. They say it is produced at an "Irish owned distillery," which leads us to believe it is made at Cooley Distillery and we have provisionally listed them as the producer.

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This bottle has 1 rating and 1 review.
danurdan danurdan (21)
Rating: 4.0 (2011-03-06)
Great Irish whiskey for the price ($23 at Friar Tucks). The flavor lies halfway between the more robust Jameson Irish Whiskey and the lighter, smoother Tullamore Dew. It is a cheaper, acceptable substitute to Tullamore Dew ($35 at FTs)
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