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There’s always been a fierce debate between the Irish and the Scots regarding the birthplace of whisky. It is believed distillation was first used in Ireland around the 12th century by monks, and although there were many distilleries in Ireland in the past, only three were left by the 1900s. Bushmills distillery was granted the license to distill in 1608, making them the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world.
Typical style: Triple distillation is what makes Irish whiskey a favourite amongst many, offering the spirit a lighter, fruitier, and softer style, making it a great choice for anyone new to whiskey.
Did you know? Irish whiskey was once one of the most popular styles worldwide before its reputation started to suffer due to counterfeits and the decline of the whisky market.
This single malt Irish whiskey is distilled at Northern Ireland's Bushmills, claimed to be the world's oldest licensed distillery.A marriage of single malts matured for at least 16 years in hand-selected Oloroso sherry butts and bourbon barrels, then finished in port pipes for up to a year.This trip.. read more
We are delighted to unveil the second bottling of “Rising Reserve”, a limited edition, super premium series of unique 21-Year-Old Irish Single Malts.
This follows on from the highly successful first edition released in 2022, that paved the way for a new vintage Single Malt series that i.. read more