OK, so let's stop here. There aren't that many triple distilled single malts in the world. The most famous is Auchentoshan Sing Malt Scotch. It is the most famous of such things. Benromach also just recently released one. Most Scoth whiskies are double distilled, and some Irish whiskies are triple distilled. Bushmills for example is the most famous triple distilled Irish whiskey. Busmills makes a single malt as does Teeling.
Kerrs Creek Ishka Triple Malt Whiskey (40% ABV/ 80 Proof) is distilled from a blend of New York State grown malted corn, malted barley, and malted rye. The whiskey is aged in 10-gallon oak barrels. The light amber dram was loaded with honey and spice and caramel and orange zest, like a classic Highlands single malt. But it was exceptionally smooth. And absolutely incredible dram! Absolyutely fairly priced, and an instant collector's item. I LOVE THIS WHISKEY!
Congrats to the whole clan!
Last question - does any one of them play the piano?