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... the sugars. This add the yeast to ferment the sugars into alcohol. From there the mixture gets tripled distilled. It enters a copper still where it is heated until 78*C, hot enough for alcohol to evaporate but not to hot for water to turn to steam. The alcohol vapor is cooled and collected. This process is done three times. At this point the whiskey is colourless and 80% alcohol. The whiskey is diluted to 57% alcohol then put into wooden barrels. The ...
... want to return to both areas for sure!
Well, my Europe trip has pretty much come to an end. I leave Dublin tomorrow for Canada, and to be completely honest, I am ready to go home. I have definitely enjoyed travelling on my own for a bit but I am ready to be back with friends and family. I really cant believe that this 5 month experience is done. Although I know that I will definitely be back soon ;) ...
... to a well where St Patrick is
said to have baptized in 450 AD. This city also has major theatres,
including the world famous Abbey theatre, concert facilities, art galleries and
cinemas. The city is also famous for the Trinity College viewed in the movie – 'Ek tha
Tiger’, where at the Old Library one can view the illuminated manuscript of the
Book of Kells, created by monks in
the 8th century.
... It was amazing and our expert, Ian, was wonderful. We tried (and learned LOTS about) Guinness black lager, draught, original, and foreign extra stout. We even both got to step behind the bar and learn to pour a perfect pint. (Randy won.) By the end, we had even diverted the conversation to microbrews in the US, the Irish vs American healthcare system, what Ian was doing and how he felt on 9/11....it was a great afternoon. Well worth the extra $50. Once we ...
... Cathedral was beautiful even though we only saw it from the streets.
Saturday night we went out to a pub called The Globe, and had a lot of fun.
Sunday, we went to eat breakfast in the Temple Bar area and then caught the bus back to Cork. All in all Dublin was a great weekend, and I really hope I get to go back sometime soon.
More to come!