Whiskey in the jar

Mush a ring dum ring dum doo
Whack for my daddy'o
Whack for my daddy'o, there's
Whisky in the jar, o

The chorus of the old Irish pub fave "Whiskey In the Jar" sounds a bit like something you'd utter after visiting the jug a few too many times. For those who enjoy such crocks, the makers of Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey have resurrected their once-famous packaging.

Tullamore Dew was first distilled in 1829 in the small Irish town of Tullamore, County Offaly. It is triple-distilled, and utilizes malted barley that has been dried in closed kilns, rather than over peat fire, to maintain its natural flavor.

The new crock is in keeping with the style of the original launched 60 years ago prior to glass bottling. It has a white base with gold inscription, topped with the traditional green neck and cork stopper.

The suggested retail price for the new crock of whiskey is $32.99.

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