Smooth and classy, serve on its own, over a chunk of ice, with a mixer or as a com­po­nent of a clas­sic cock­tail.

Exquisite Taste - - Contents - – By Christian Galbraith

Ex­plore the won­der­ful world of Ir­ish malt whisky with Bush­mills. Es­tab­lished in 1608, it is Ire­land's old­est dis­tillery.

Astride the River Bush on the beau­ti­ful Cause­way Coast, County Antrim, and se­creted away within the vil­lage of Bush­mills, discover an Ir­ish na­tional trea­sure, the Old Bush­mills Dis­tillery where mas­ter dis­tillers have been hand craft­ing triple-dis­tilled

Ir­ish whiskey for over 400 years.

Steeped in his­tory, the Bush­mills story be­gan in 1608 when King James I granted Sir Thomas Phillips, the Gover­nor of County Antrim, a li­cense to dis­til. But it was not un­til 1784 when Hugh An­der­son reg­is­tered the Old Bush­mills Dis­tillery that the brand, in­clud­ing its iconic Pot Still trade­mark, was truly born.

There are just six core whiskeys in the award-win­ning port­fo­lio: Bush­mills Orig­i­nal, Black Bush, Red Bush, 10 Year Sin­gle Malt, 16 Year Sin­gle Malt and the rare and highly prized 21 Year Sin­gle Malt, all crafted us­ing Ir­ish bar­ley and water drawn from Saint Columb's Rill, a trib­u­tary of the Bush River. The re­sult is a high-qual­ity spirit that is en­joyed on its own or with a mixer by its dis­ci­ples and muchloved by bar­tenders who value the rich­ness it adds to their ex­cit­ing con­coc­tions. Bush­mills

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