For years, whiskey lovers spoke of a mysterious Irish Whiskey that could generally be found only in Ireland. Green Spot is a single pot still Irish Whiskey that was created by Mitchell & Son, the legendary Dublin wine and whiskey merchant. Green Spot got its name from the dab of green paint on each cask, and was one of four different Spot whiskeys bottled by the Mitchell family for decades using whiskey from Dublin’s John Jameson & Sons distillery. The Mitchells joined forces with Irish Distillers years ago to keep Green Spot alive, and the resurgence of worldwide interest in Irish Whiskey has made Green Spot more popular than ever.
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