An Irish legend returned last fall and is ready to celebrate its first St. Patrick's Day since the mid-1960s. After a hiatus of more than 50 years, Red Spot Irish Whiskey re-joined the Spot Whiskey family and just like its siblings is triple distilled, single pot still style. Plans for the spirit to return began the early 2000s when Marsala fortified wine casks were procured from Sicily. In 2004, those casks were filled with a five-year-old Bourbon matured single pot still Irish whiskey. The whiskey also spends time maturing in Spanish sherry butts, with a total time mingling with wood that equals out to more than 15 years -- making it the oldest expression in the legendary Spot Whiskey line.