Bushmills

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    Bushmill Distillery is a distillery based in Casa Cuervo in Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland where it produces predominantly Irish whiskey. Water for the Bushmill distillery comes from Saint Columb's Rill, a tributary of the Bush River. An estimated 120,000 people visit the distillery each year, making it a popular tourist destination.



    10 products
    Bushmills 2011/2021
    Bushmills 2011/2021 10 years Sauternes Cask 56.3% 0.7l + Bushmills glass
    $119.00
    $170.00/l
    Auf Lager (5)
    Bushmills 2008/2021 13 Years Jupille Cask The Causeway Collection 55.1% 0.7l + Bushmills Glass
    $108.00
    $154.29/l
    Auf Lager (3)
    Bushmills 21 Jahre
    Rare Irish Whiskey
    Bushmills 21 Years Rare Irish Whiskey 40% 0.7l
    $182.00
    $260.00/l
    Auf Lager (>6)
    Bushmills 10 Jahre
    Bushmills 2011/2021 10 years Sauternes Cask 56.3% 0.7l
    $119.00
    $170.00/l
    Auf Lager (>6)
    Bushmills 13 Jahre
    Causeway Collection
    Bushmills 2008/2021 13 Years Jupille Cask The Causeway Collection 55.1% 0.7l
    $108.00
    $154.29/l
    Auf Lager (3)
    Bushmills 30 Jahre
    Bushmills 30 years Causeway Collection 1991/2021 Germany exclusive 41.8% 0.7l
    $807.00
    $1,152.86/l
    Auf Lager (>6)
    Bushmills Marsala Cask 1995/2021
    Bushmills Causeway Collection Marsala Cask 1995/2021 57.8% 0.7l
    $516.00
    $737.14/l
    Auf Lager (>6)
    Bushmills 16 Jahre
    Bushmills 16 Year Old Label 40% 0.7l
    $108.00
    $154.29/l
    Auf Lager (3)
    Bushmills 16 Jahre
    Bushmills 16 Years Single Malt Whiskey new label 40% 0.7l
    $70.00
    $100.00/l
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    An overview

    Distillation has a long history in the region. According to legend, Sir Robert Savage of Ards, a pioneer settler, reinforced his forces with "a large drop of Acqua Vitae" before defeating the Irish in battle in 1276. It was not until 1784 that the Buschmill -Old Distillery Company was officially founded under the leadership of Hugh Anderson. Bushmills saw repeated periods of financial difficulties and closures, and there is no record of the distillery being active in the official records in either 1802 or 1822. The distillery was bought in 1860 by Jame McColgan and Patrick Corrigan, two merchants from Belfast Spirits. In 1880 they formed a limited company. The old bushmill structures were burned down in 1885 but the distillery was quickly rebuilt. Bushmills whiskey was first shipped to America by the SS Bushmills, a steamship owned and controlled by the distillery in the 1890s. It made stops in Philadelphia and New York City before continuing on to Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yokohama. In the early 20th century, the United States was a key market for Bushmills (and other Irish whiskey producers). The Irish whiskey business was badly damaged by America's prohibition of alcohol in 1920, but Bushmills persevered. When Prohibition ended, Wilson Boyd, then director of Bushmills, had many whiskeys ready for export. After World War II, Isaac Wolfson bought the distillery, which the Irish distillers then took over in 1972, giving them control over the production of all Irish whiskey at the time. Irish Distillers was acquired by French alcohol conglomerate Pernod Ricard in June 1988. Diageo bought the distillery in June 2005 for £200m. In addition, Diageo has revealed plans for a major marketing initiative to help Bushmills regain market share. The old Busmills Distillery is depicted on the face of the new range of pound banknotes released in Northern Ireland by the Bank of Ireland, released in May 2008, replacing the earlier Queen's University of Belfast design. In November 2014, it was announced that Diageo had exchanged the Bushmills brand for Jose Cuervo's remaining 50% ownership of the Don Julio Tequila brand.

    Bushmills Whiskey Productions

    Bushmills 10

    Think of the "youngest" Bushmill single malt as your gateway to the world's finest single malts. Bushmills 10 Year Old Single Malt Whiskey is distilled from 100 percent for three years and aged a minimum of 10 years in ex-serry and bourbon saison casks, giving it honey, vanilla and milk chocolate flavors. Only its approach and fluidity match its extraordinary complexity. Master Mixer Helen Muholland's personal favorite can be enjoyed straight over ice or when you're feeling very daring and frozen. When the whiskey is poured over two ice cubes, it becomes what we call the ideal "summer whiskey". A very refined and understated Irish whiskey, Bushmills Ten Year Old has an incredibly smooth finish. It has the recognizable Bushmill - light fruity aroma that wafts down the lip of your glass and delivers 10 years of aging, primarily in bourbon casks. It is triple distilled from 100% malted barley.

    Bushmills 16

    One of the best whiskeys in the world is undoubtedly the 16-year-old Bushmills Single Malt. Aged with Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon for approx. 15 years and then aged in port wine casks (large casks unique to the production of port wine) for approx. 6 months. In addition to layers of flavor, juicy fruit, nuts and spices, this single malt also has a faint purplish scarlet colour. It tastes best straight. Okay, maybe just a tiny ice cube to break it up. A combination of Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks is used to mature Bushmills single malt whiskey for 16 years before being rounded off with a six month aging in port casks. The unmistakable aromas of juicy fruits, nuts and spices as well as a shimmer of ruby ​​red come from this single malt from its special aging process. The best way to consume it is neat or on the rocks. Tasting Notes Bushmills 16 Year Old is a distinctive aging that gives distinct notes of juicy fruit, nuts and spices, with hints of ruby ​​red. It is aged for at least 16 years in a combination of Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks and then finished in port casks for several months.

    Bushmills Black Bush

    There's sure to be a bottle of it on the shelf in every pub you've been to. One of Ireland's most famous blends, Bushmills Black Bush contains a significant amount of sherry malt alongside traditional caramel flavored grain whiskey. It can be enjoyed neat, but it also works well in whiskey cocktails that call for an abundance of dark fruit. Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey blends a particularly large proportion of malt whiskey with a lighter grain whiskey, which is then aged in old Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks. Due to its distinctive formula, Black Bush has a deep, intense flavor balanced by an incredibly distinct smoothness. It also has rich, fruity notes. It is best consumed neat, on the rocks, or in traditional cocktails. The most seasoned Irish whiskey consumer knows that Black Bush can't be beat. Tasting notes The fact that this whiskey is black is immediately apparent from the fact that it has been aged for up to 8 years in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks and sweet bourbon casks. The 80% malt whiskey glides over the tongue and delivers rich, velvety fruity aromas for a long aftertaste. Nose: Overripe grapes and light citrus on the nose. Hints of toffee and peanut Palate: vanilla and milk candy. Dried peels, chamomile tea and cinnamon sticks. Finish: Digestive biscuit, cooked plum and orange oil.

    Bushmills 21

    Bushmills single malt whiskey is the highest quality Irish whiskey. The 21-year-old matures in ex-Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks for at least 19 years before marrying and aging in Madeira casks for a further 2 years. It has incredible depth, blending flavors of dried fruit with spicy, aromatic maltiness, subtle nutty raisin notes, and a rich finish that seems to last forever. Whiskey Advocate awarded it the "Best Irish Single Malt 2013" and a rare 96 points. Bushmills, 21 Year Old Irish Single Malt is not only delicious, but old enough to order alone in a bar. Every time I've tried it again over the years I've been consistently impressed. I remember when I first tried it I was floored. It has been, and still is, one of my favorite 'easy to find' whiskeys in the world for the past six years. As with all Bushmills whiskeys, Bushmills 21 begins with the same triple distilled Bushmills single malt juice. Like Bushmills 16, it is aged in three different casks, but instead of port casks, it is finished in Madeira casks. The whiskeys are combined and allowed to marry after 21 years in ex-Bourbon and ex-Sherry casks up to 2 years in ex-Madeira casks giving the whiskey some delightfully fruity and deeply sweet flavors. Nose: A complex tropical fruit orchard including papaya, guava, pears and apples, caramel, toffee, custard, candied citrus peel, rich malty richness and dark fruit candy, among others. This item has an amazing fragrance. Palate: Most of the palate consists of rich malty sweetness, dark deep fruit, sherry-like flavors, oak, raisins, cinnamon and a nutty undertone. Vanilla and char are only faintly perceptible at first, but become more prominent towards the end. Finish: Long and rosy with notes of wood, spice, malt and dark fruit sweetness Overall: Bushmills 21 has been a favorite whiskey for the last six years for a reason - it's just so wonderful. What's not to like about this whiskey? It has a rich, dark and fruity nose; a malt, raisin-like flavor; a long, sweet finish; and a thick, chewy texture. Seriously, he's just amazing.

    Bushmills Red Bush

    Bushmills 10

    Think of the "youngest" Bushmill single malt as your gateway to the world's finest single malts. Bushmills 10 Year Old Single Malt Whiskey is distilled from 100 percent for three years and aged a minimum of 10 years in ex-serry and bourbon saison casks, giving it honey, vanilla and milk chocolate flavors. Only its approach and fluidity match its extraordinary complexity. Master Mixer Helen Muholland's personal favorite can be enjoyed straight over ice or when you're feeling very daring and frozen. When the whiskey is poured over two ice cubes, it becomes what we call the ideal "summer whiskey". A very refined and understated Irish whiskey, Bushmills Ten Year Old has an incredibly smooth finish. It has the recognizable Bushmill - light fruity aroma that wafts down the lip of your glass and delivers 10 years of aging, primarily in bourbon casks. It is triple distilled from 100% malted barley.

    Bushmills 16

    One of the best whiskeys in the world is undoubtedly the 16-year-old Bushmills Single Malt. Aged with Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon for approx. 15 years and then aged in port wine casks (large casks unique to the production of port wine) for approx. 6 months. In addition to layers of flavor, juicy fruit, nuts and spices, this single malt also has a faint purplish scarlet colour. It tastes best straight. Okay, maybe just a tiny ice cube to break it up. A combination of Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks is used to mature Bushmills single malt whiskey for 16 years before being rounded off with a six month aging in port casks. The unmistakable aromas of juicy fruits, nuts and spices as well as a shimmer of ruby ​​red come from this single malt from its special aging process. The best way to consume it is neat or on the rocks. Tasting Notes Bushmills 16 Year Old is a distinctive aging that gives distinct notes of juicy fruit, nuts and spices, with hints of ruby ​​red. It is aged for at least 16 years in a combination of Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks and then finished in port casks for several months.

    Bushmills Black Bush

    There's sure to be a bottle of it on the shelf in every pub you've been to. One of Ireland's most famous blends, Bushmills Black Bush contains a significant amount of sherry malt alongside traditional caramel flavored grain whiskey. It can be enjoyed neat, but it also works well in whiskey cocktails that call for an abundance of dark fruit. Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey blends a particularly large proportion of malt whiskey with a lighter grain whiskey, which is then aged in old Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks. Due to its distinctive formula, Black Bush has a deep, intense flavor balanced by an incredibly distinct smoothness. It also has rich, fruity notes. It is best consumed neat, on the rocks, or in traditional cocktails. The most seasoned Irish whiskey consumer knows that Black Bush can't be beat. Tasting notes The fact that this whiskey is black is immediately apparent from the fact that it has been aged for up to 8 years in Spanish Oloroso sherry casks and sweet bourbon casks. The 80% malt whiskey glides over the tongue and delivers rich, velvety fruity aromas for a long aftertaste. Nose: Overripe grapes and light citrus on the nose. Hints of toffee and peanut Palate: vanilla and milk candy. Dried peels, chamomile tea and cinnamon sticks. Finish: Digestive biscuit, cooked plum and orange oil.

    Bushmills 21

    Bushmills single malt whiskey is the highest quality Irish whiskey. The 21-year-old matures in ex-Oloroso sherry and bourbon casks for at least 19 years before marrying and aging in Madeira casks for a further 2 years. It has incredible depth, blending flavors of dried fruit with spicy, aromatic maltiness, subtle nutty raisin notes, and a rich finish that seems to last forever. Whiskey Advocate awarded it the "Best Irish Single Malt 2013" and a rare 96 points. Bushmills, 21 Year Old Irish Single Malt is not only delicious, but old enough to order alone in a bar. Every time I've tried it again over the years I've been consistently impressed. I remember when I first tried it I was floored. It has been, and still is, one of my favorite 'easy to find' whiskeys in the world for the past six years. As with all Bushmills whiskeys, Bushmills 21 begins with the same triple distilled Bushmills single malt juice. Like Bushmills 16, it is aged in three different casks, but instead of port casks, it is finished in Madeira casks. The whiskeys are combined and allowed to marry after 21 years in ex-Bourbon and ex-Sherry casks up to 2 years in ex-Madeira casks giving the whiskey some delightfully fruity and deeply sweet flavors. Nose: A complex tropical fruit orchard including papaya, guava, pears and apples, caramel, toffee, custard, candied citrus peel, rich malty richness and dark fruit candy, among others. This item has an amazing fragrance. Palate: Most of the palate consists of rich malty sweetness, dark deep fruit, sherry-like flavors, oak, raisins, cinnamon and a nutty undertone. Vanilla and char are only faintly perceptible at first, but become more prominent towards the end. Finish: Long and rosy with notes of wood, spice, malt and dark fruit sweetness Overall: Bushmills 21 has been a favorite whiskey for the last six years for a reason - it's just so wonderful. What's not to like about this whiskey? It has a rich, dark and fruity nose; a malt, raisin-like taste; a long, sweet finish; and a thick, chewy texture. Seriously, he's just amazing.

    Bushmills Red Bush

    Red Bush is matured in first-fill bourbon casks for an intense bourbon finish combined with the signature smoothness of triple-distilled Irish whiskey. Red Bush is a well-rounded whiskey that is as versatile as it is complex. Flavor Notes Our triple distilled Irish single malt and premium Irish grain whiskey combine to create Bushmills Red Bush, an exceptionally smooth whiskey. Matured in American white oak Bourbon casks, this innovative new blend offers the ideal harmony of sweet, nutty and vanilla flavors with hints of Bourbon, making it a great option for both Bourbon drinkers and those who blend unfamiliar with Irish whiskey. Bushmills Whiskey Original There is no better whiskey for making a traditional pre-prohibition drink than Bushmills Original as it has a pre-prohibition recipe. You will sense its rich, smooth, warming flavor almost immediately when you blend our pure single malt whiskey with a lighter grain whiskey, just as previous generations have done. Flavor Notes A smooth and adaptable triple distilled blend, Bushmills Original is an approachable whiskey with flavors of vanilla and fresh fruit, aged in both bourbon and sherry casks.

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