Irish True: it's the spirit celebrated any time the wit of Wilde is recited, the wallop of Micky Ward remembered, or a glass of Tullamore Dew is raised by the whiskey aficionado. That's right: you're summoning Irish True every time you sip the spirit whose heritage harks back to the town of Tullamore in 1829, when Daniel E. Williams (D.E.W.) blended of all three types of Irish whiskeys -- pot still, malt, and grain -- to create an intriguingly smooth flavor that was and remains truly emblematic of all Irishmen. To this day the whiskey is triple-distilled, then patiently aged in former bourbon and sherry casks to ensure Williams’ passion seeps into every molecule. Also to this day, men shout "Glasses Up!" before the spirit hits their lips, to declare courage in the face of hard times, and acknowledge that, without hard times, man would never know something so glorious as courage. Enjoy a whiskey 182 years in the making tonight, then "like" the timeless elixir at Tullamore Dew’s Facebook page -- it doesn't require much wit, but the collective appreciation will be felt like a wallop.