Not far from the rugged coast and along the River Bush lies a small village named Bushmills. Right there you can find the oldest working distillery in Ireland. Even though there is historical evidence of whiskey distillation in this area as far back as the 13th century, a license to distill was granted to Bushmills by King James I in 1608.
This premium Irish whiskey is made of 5 ingredients and distilled 3 times and the spirit is then filled into an oak barrel for a minimum of 3 years. Bushmills is the benchmark, the originator, and the standard bearer for whiskey in Ireland. Moreover, all stages of whiskey making happen right there at the Bushmills facility, making it the only grain to glass distillery in Ireland, with all of its ingredients sourced from Ireland too.