Along with Jameson, Tullamore D.E.W. and Bushmills are two hugely popular lighter Irish blends. But if you want to go a little deeper in your Irish whiskey explorations, try some of these:Redbreast 12-Year-Old Single Pot Still (40 percent alcohol by volume, around $60-$70): The classic pot still Irish ó a big, rich, spicy whiskey full of dried fruit notes, nuttiness and a sherry note from the Oloroso casks itís aged in.Teeling Irish Single Grain (46% ABV, around $60): Bourbon lovers might be particularly interested in trying this one, which has a 95 percent corn mashbill. Aged in ex-California Cabernet wine barrels, it has lovely vanilla, dried fruit, pepper and toffee notes.Glendalough 13-Year-Old Mizunara Finish Single Malt Irish Whiskey (46%, around $130): This whiskey spent most of its years in ex-bourbon barrels but was finished in rare Japanese Mizunara oak; the result is a long, nutty, almost chocolaty finish ó just beautiful.Tyrconnell 16-Year-Old single malt (40 ABV, $100): Lovely almond and roasted pineapple notes. Tyrconnell whiskeys are known for green apple and citrus flavors, which come from the even climate and double distillation.Green Spot Single Pot Still (40% ABV, around $60): Spicy, honeyed, caramelly ó another classic Irish pot still whiskey.Knappogue Castle 12-Year Single Malt (40% ABV, around $45): Itís mellow and fruity with notes of vanilla-butter and a bit of clove and other spices.Connemara Peated Single Malt (40% ABV, around $50): The rare Irish whiskey that dries its barley using peat. It combines the honeyed, mellow spice character Irish whiskey is known for with a smoky peat note that it definitely isnít.The Dead Rabbit Irish whiskey (44% ABV, around $40): Produced in partnership with Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry, the founders of New York Cityís much-loved Irish bar, this is a nice blend of Irish single malt and grain whiskeys, with a good hit of vanilla and spice.MAKING A COMEBACK: Irish whiskey was once on the verge of collapse. Now itís booming.