Irish Mist Honey Liqueurs, 70 cl
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My Irish wife spoke misty eyed about this liqueur which her family enjoyed at Christmas so I bought a bottle to surprise her, she says this is NOT the drink she enjoyed in Ireland being much sweeter than original. We reserve the right at any time to modify or discontinue the Service (or any part or content thereof) without notice at any time. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).
The company history goes back to 1829 when the Tullamore Distillery was founded to produce Irish whiskey. Please note local Duties and Taxes may be charged by Customs in the destination country and the receiver is responsible for paying them.Wonderfully deep palate replete with rich honeyed, raisined flavours and a thick, luscious mouthfeel. These cookies allow us to create statistical analyses to determine which articles are the most popular. Cork taint is more common in bottles with a traditional cork closure, and is recognisable by a damp, rotten wood or rotten cardboard smell.
Irish Mist is an Irish whiskey-based liqueur produced in Tullamore, Ireland, by the Irish Mist Liqueur Company Ltd.By agreeing to these Terms of Service, you represent that you are over 18 years of age – or the required, lawful drinking age in your region.
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