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The labels of Bushmills whiskey proudly state 1608 as the year of starting operations. The claim for being ‘the world’s oldest distillery’ is based on undisputable fact that the distilling license was granted to Sir Thomas Phillipps for seven years on April 20, 1608. The only problem with such claim is that the Old Bushmills Distillery Company was not formed until 1784 and it is most certain that the current distillery grew out of that company. Today Bushmills is the only commercial distillery in Northern Ireland and equipped with ten stills produces 4.5 million liters of triple-distilled spirit per annum. Here we have pretty unusual single cask expression of Bushmills. The whisky distilled in 1991 was aged in traditional oak barrels and finished in rum cask. Bottled for the famous New York whisky outlet, Park Avenue Liquors, with an outrun of 420 bottles.
Nose: smooth and sweet, vanilla, toffee, cotton candy, coconut, ripe grapes, bananas, hints of cinnamon and cloves and touch of oak.
Palate: sweet with delicate spicy notes, breakfast cereals with honey, fruitcake, vanilla, white chocolate, coconut, aniseed, cinnamon and hints of licorice.
Finish: pretty long, with notes of vanilla, butterscotch, coconut and hints of sweet spice.