Drop of the Hard Stuff more like it..........the Jamesons is tinkling in the glass as we speak. Slainte!!!!!
i always remember "bushmills" when i worked in one of the six counties.
mind you, i could force jamesons down at a pinch.
A slug of Jameson, Bushmills or Powers would be quite nice, but if you are after wanting a heart-warming Irish whiskey there is always Midletons Redbreast 12 year old, now that would warm the cockles.
do not know that one baz.
do they still do that one called "paddy" terrible name, and a vulgar label, came from cork.
nice taste though.
mind you that one they do, off the record, with the blue smoke coming from the country cottages has a lot to answer for!!!
Midletons are based in Cork (where the majority of Irish whiskey is distilled) who also distil Powers Whiskey which used to be in Dublin. But not Jameson that is still distilled in Dublin, yes Howard they still do Paddy, tis a lovely drop of nectar so it is.
Do i have to declare an interest
my mummies irish
I thought Mummies were Egyptian,was King Tut Irish Keef
If you knew what I know,we would both be in trouble!
ah yes a happy St Patricks Day to one and all. Im a day late and a dollar short! and a...Top o the morning ...bejayzez!
Keef, it would have to be your Mammy who's Irish.........
"Shona La Feile Padraig" - haven't heard that one for a few years now!
Hope you all had a lovely day. I'm a bit late as we were out on the razz the night before so me head was bangin' yesterday!
help mammie#I fink there picking on me