An award-winning 16 year old Irish single malt from Bushmills based in Northern Ireland. Aged in three different cask types: bourbon, Port and sherry maturation imparts notes of fruit, nuts and spice... Read more
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|Name||Bushmills 16 Year Old|
|Alcohol Content (ABV)||40%|
|Country of Origin||Ireland|
|Created On CasKompare||02-07-2022|
An award-winning 16 year old Irish single malt from Bushmills based in Northern Ireland. Aged in three different cask types: bourbon, Port and sherry maturation imparts notes of fruit, nuts and spices - a great example of the influence of different cask maturation. The brand has managed to retain its small batch philosophy for over 400 years, which is wonderful. ~ Master of Malt
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The oldest authorized whiskey distillery in the world is located at Bushmills. Official records date all the way back to 1608, when the region received its distillation permit. Thanks to expertise and craftsmanship that have been passed down from generation to generation, whiskey is still being brewed in Bushmills more than 400 years later. Nowhere else could we produce whiskey like here. Our water, which we obtain from the River Bush, travels over basalt rock layers. More than just a whiskey, Bushmills is. Family, friends, and neighbors all work together at the distillery in this community. 'Without the village there would be no whiskey, and without the whiskey there would be no village,' as we like to say, is a common saying. The mills that peppered the hamlet along the River Bush gave Bushmills its name.