Bushmills Irish Whiskey

Bushmills Irish Whiskey

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Irish Whiskey

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Original Irish Whiskey

Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey

Bushmills Original Irish Whiskey is a One Pooka Whiskey Blend of 50% Grain and 50% Malt Whiskey.

Bushmills Original Range

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Malt 21 Year Old

Bushmills Malt 21 Year Old

Bushmills Malt 21 Year Old is the Flagship of the Bushmills Whiskey Range.

Malt 21 Year Range

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1608

Bushmills 1608

Bushmills Malt 16 year old is Bushmills Malt aged to perfection!

Bushmills 1608 Range

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Honey

Bushmills Honey

Bushmills Honey is a lovely easy drinking Irish Whiskey Liquer made from Bushmill Original infused with Honey.

Bushmills Honey Range

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Black Bush

Bushmills Black Bush

Black Bush is the Classic of the Bushmills range and is made from a Blend of 80% Malt Whiskey and 20% Grain Whiskey.

Black Bush Range

About The Bushmills Distillery Co. Antrim, Ireland

With a heritage rooted in authenticity and quality, Bushmills Irish Whiskey is produced, aged and bottled at Ireland’s oldest working distillery in the village of Bushmills in County Antrim on the far north coast of Ireland. The Old Bushmills Distillery uses 100% malt barley to make triple distilled malt whiskey, which is what creates the rich, mellow and distinct flavour that is the house style.

BUSHMILLS Irish Whiskey is hand crafted in small batches for a smooth taste at Ireland’s oldest working distillery, in Bushmills, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland. The Old Bushmills Distillery’s portfolio includes seven award-winning variants: BUSHMILLS, BUSHMILLS BLACK BUSH™, BUSHMILLS 10 Year Old Single Malt, BUSHMILLS 16 Year Old Single Malt, BUSHMILLS 21 Year Old Single Malt, an anniversary edition, BUSHMILLS 1608 and BUSHMILLS Irish Honey Spirit Drink.

I actually started my own personal Irish Whiskey journey when I was first introduced to Bushmills when I worked in North Donegal over 30 years ago. A work colleague and mentor was a confirmed Bushmills aficionado and he introduced many of us who were just out of college to Bushmills and Black Bush whiskey in particular.

While he generally forbade any of us to ruin good whiskey with ice or mixers he did make an exception for a Black Bush and Ginger. Thirty years later it is still my own sole exception !

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