Tullamore dew 12 yr, Glendalough 7yr, Bushmills 10yr and Jameson black barrel
As a rule of thumb they're generally non-peaty and quite sweet.
Value for money wise you can't really go wrong with a Bushmills 10 year old. Can get bottles for £25 in some places
Other nice Irish whiskeys are Teeling (both Single malt & Single grain), Green Spot, Redbreast (any age) and Powers Signature Release Single Pot Still.
Won't go far wrong with any of those
Cheers lads, familiar with most of those names, I might have a ganderHjl wrote:
I don't drink a lot of Irish, but I second black barrel.
Both available on Amazon. Was drinking that Diplomatico last weekend and it's really nice for a measure or two but I found it too sickly sweet. Loads of flavour though, beats the arse off most of the spiced rums which I'm not a huge fan of.Hjl wrote:I dont know if you can get this in the UK, but try and find one of these. Both very good rums, im not a huge rum drinker but these are my go-tos
I still think Appleton Estate 12yr will take some beating but it is best part of £50 a bottle over here.