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With the distillation license that King James grants to Thomas Philips of Antrim, Ireland in 1608, the history of what is now the oldest whisky distillery in the world begins: Bushmills.
The distillery still produces its Single Malt Irish Whiskey according to the triple distillation process that is widely used in Ireland. The process still requires a lot of manual work and production is in small batches. Bushmills also produces among others for the Knappogue Castle brand.
A nice entry-level whiskey, this 10-year-old Bushmills. A soft, fruity Irish single malt whiskey, with sherry notes in the background. At 40% and competitively priced, this is a whiskey to please many!
That this single malt whiskey from the Irish Bushmills is finished in sherry casks is clearly noticeable in notes of cinnamon, raisins, nuts and orange. Curious about sherried Irish whiskey? For the price you don't have to give up this bottle!
In 1608 the Irish Bushmills received its first distillery license. That year is also proudly printed at this bottling's label. Released for the Italian market, this Black Bush single malt whiskey matured in sherry casks. It is bottled at 40%.
[SMALL BOTTLE] That this single malt whiskey from the Irish Bushmills is finished in sherry casks is clearly noticeable in notes of cinnamon, raisins, nuts and orange. Curious about sherried Irish whiskey? You can first try this small bottle.
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