Irish Mist

Irish Mist is a golden liqueur produced in Dublin, Ireland, by the Irish Mist Liqueur Company Ltd and marketed by the C&C Group. [ [http://www.candcgroupplc.com/group_international.asp#IrishMist C&C Website] ] It is made from aged Irish whiskey, heather and clover honey, aromatic herbs, and other spirits, blended to an ancient recipe 1,000 years old. [ [http://www.irishmist.com/about/default.asp Irish Mist - About Us ] ] Irish Mist is 80 proof, or 40% alcohol by volume, [ [http://www.drinksmixer.com/desc536.html Irish Mist herbal liqueur information ] ] and is currently available in more than 40 countries. [ [http://www.irishmist.com/where/default.asp Irish Mist - Where in the World ] ]

It is typically served neat, straight up or on ice, but also goes with coffee, vodka, or cranberry juice. A Green Mist cocktail is Irish Mist with a dash of blue Curacao, and sparkling water or lemon-lime. [ [http://www.irishmist.com/recipes/greenmist.htm Irish Mist - Recipes - Drinks - Green Mist ] ] A Rusty Mist is an ounce of Irish Mist with an ounce of Drambuie Scotch whisky liqueur. [ [http://www.drinksmixer.com/desc520.html Drambuie Scotch whisky information ] ] A Black Nail is made from equal parts Irish Mist and Irish whiskey. [cite web |url=http://cocktails.about.com/od/whiskeyrecipes/r/black_nail.htm |title=The Black Nail |work=about.com |accessdate=2008-10-08]

References

External links

* [http://www.irishmist.com/ Irish Mist official website]
* [http://www.perennialtearoom.com/browseproducts/Alexander's-Irish-Mist-Liqueur-Orange-Marmalade.HTML Irish Mist liqueur marmalade]


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