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- Whiskey, which takes its name from the Gaelic uisce beatha - or 'water of life' - has been produced in Ireland since at least the sixth century. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email.
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- It was so popular at its inception, it was referred to as Uisce Beatha, which translates to “the water of life.” Queen Elizabeth I was a huge fan, filling her court with it in the mid-1500s.
Beatha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Beatha books and related discussion.
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