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Presentation by Philip Duff and Sean Muldoon at the Manhattan Cocktail Classic (MCC) program on Sunday 15 May 2011, about the history, production, uses and varieties of Irish whiskey and Irish whiskey ...

Presentation by Philip Duff and Sean Muldoon at the Manhattan Cocktail Classic (MCC) program on Sunday 15 May 2011, about the history, production, uses and varieties of Irish whiskey and Irish whiskey . Original and adapted recipes by Sean are on slides 23, 48, 55 and 57

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  • 800 illegal distillers in Inishowen alone!

A Drop of the Hard Stuff: The History & Uses of Irish Whiskey & It's Liqueurs A Drop of the Hard Stuff: The History & Uses of Irish Whiskey & It's Liqueurs Presentation Transcript

  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff The History & Uses of Irish Whiskey and it's Liqueurs with Philip Duff & Sean Muldoon kindly enabled by the fine houses of
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff “ I believe that Irish is infinitely superior to Scotch. One of the tragedies of our disgraceful prohibition era is that fact that, while our country was deluged with Scotch, both genuine and synthetic, and with canadian, there was no Irish. Our citizens, therefore, learned to like (or think they liked) Scotch and canadian, but I would venture to guess that not one out of a thousand even knows what Irish tastes like” David A Embury, New York, 1948
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  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff An bhfuil
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff An bhfuil cead agam
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff An bhfuil cead agam dul go dtí
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff An bhfuil cead agam dul go dtí an leithreas
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff An bhfuil cead agam dul go dtí an leithreas más é do thoil é
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff In The Beginning... 589 – 1607
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff In The Beginning: 1169, The Normans
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff In The Beginning: 1405, Annals of the Four Masters
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff 1608 And All That.....
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Boxing Day, 1661: Poitín
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff INISHOWEN *
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff In the beginning: Liqueurs
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff In the beginning: Irish Whiskey Liqueurs
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff In the beginning: Irish Whiskey Liqueurs The Only “Irish...”
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Hot Whiskey Punch 1.5oz (Lemon infused) Irish Mist 1.5 oz (Lemon infused) Michael Collins Whiskey 1.5 oz housemade spiced lemon sherbet Heat in a saucepan and serve hot in a teacup. Garnish with a butter-soaked pilot biscuit.
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff The Birth of Irish Whiskey: Turf and Distilling
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Irish Whiskey Conquers The World 1823-1900
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Irish Whiskey Conquers The World: 1863
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Mr. Aeneas Coffey, Esq.
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Mr. Aeneas Coffey, Esq.
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: The Famines, from 1846 on
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: Father Mathew & The Pledge, 1838
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: The Blenders, from 1853
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: DCL, from 1877
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: The 1916 Easter Rising
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: 1920, Prohibition
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Decline: Legislation
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Survival
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Survival: 1966, IDL
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Survival: Homogenous whiskey
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1952, Mr. Stanton Delaplane
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1952, Mr. Stanton Delaplane
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1960s, Bonding Bottling
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1974, Irish Cream Liqueurs
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1979
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Barmbrack - 1/2 oz Carolans Irish Cream - 2 oz Michael Collins Single Malt - 3/4 oz Lustau Pedro Ximenez Sherry - 1 tsp St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram - 1 tsp cane syrup - 1 whole egg yolk Shake well over ice serve in a Sherry glass. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg.
    • The only Irish cream to use honey as an ingredient
    a Drop of the Hard Stuff Cooling Blending of neutral spirits & Irish whiskey Mixing of cream, water & stabilizers Honey Homogenization Bottling
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  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1987 The Only Independant, Irish-owned Distillery
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  • Main Types of Irish Whiskey
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1987 The Only Independant, Irish-owned Distillery
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Lamb's Wool - 2 oz Michael Collins Blended Whiskey - 4 oz Harpoon Oyster Ale - 3/4 oz housemade spiced syrup - 3.5oz housemade baked apple puree Heat in saucepan serve hot in a teacup. Garnish with apple slices and freshly grated nutmeg.
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Resurgence: 1987 TheOnly Independant, Irish-owned Distillery
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Tipperary Cocktail Original recipes : Hugh Ensslin and Harry Johnson - 1.5 oz Michael Collins Single Malt - 1 oz Carpano Antica Formula Vermouth - 0.5 oz Green Chartreuse - 0.5 oz chilled water - 2 dashes Fee Orange Bitters - 1/2 tsp cane syrup Stir over ice serve up in a 5oz martini glass. Garnish with an orange twist.
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff The Future
  • A Drop of the Hard Stuff
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff The Future
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Sláinte [Slon-chuh]
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Sláinte mhaith [Slon-chuh-voh]
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Thank you for your attention! Philip Duff, slideshare.net/philipduff
  • a Drop of the Hard Stuff Thank you for your attention! Philip Duff, slideshare.net/philipduff Sean Muldoon, Thedeadrabbittavern.com