The spirit interacts with the copper stills to produce the whiskey’s unique flavour. This production method is more expensive than the column still, as the copper wears out with use and needs to be replaced. The copper gives the whiskey a mellow and smooth taste directly from the still. The Irish normally distil the spirit 3 times.



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