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Greetings.

I bought a couple bottles of Green Spot Irish Whiskey on my last trip to London. I haven't been able to find anywhere in the U.S. where it is sold. Can anyone help me find a retailer in the U.S. that sells the stuff? I tried to email the producer but there were errors in the email address.
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http://www.bbr.com/US/shopping/delivery.lml?ID=5NZ2B7KX600001N


Best I could find after checking several pages of google results. They at least deliver wine worldwide. Looks like the stuff is hard to find.
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My experience: the best way to get any special drink from Europe (I like some Dutch gins, for instance) is to either travel yourself or to make friends with someeone who travels a lot. This strategy not only improves your circle of friends, it makes you stretch out your bottles.

Bokma Gin, anyone? I have no idea how to get it here, but it's to be had in nearly all the duty-free shops in Europe.

Best to you,

Saz
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Anyone planning a trip to the U.K.?

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This strategy not only improves your circle of friends, it makes you stretch out your bottles.

Any strategy that makes you stretch out your bottles is inherently flawed.
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I bought a copy of Malt Advocate magazine, and on p 16 it says that Mitchell's and Son, owners of Green Spot, have closed their Dublin location and have relocated. Both the company and the whiskey will go on, and the article says Green Spot *may* be exported to the US, though the quantity of 1500 cases per year will not increase.
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