Whisky is the noblest grain distillate, the king of spirits and one of the most popular drinks in the world. The origin of whisky is contested between Scotland and Ireland and is linked to the monastic environment and the Gaelic name of 'uisge beatha', meaning 'spirit', but today it is produced all over the world: from Scotland to Ireland, Japan, the United States, Canada and even India. The production techniques are diversified, but the fundamental ingredients are spring water and cereals: malted barley in the original Scottish Single Malt recipe, but also wheat, rye and maize in the other variants - Blended, Bourbon, Tennessee, etc. Depending on the raw materials, the production areas and the ageing times, the whisky takes on different characters and aromatic profiles, but always remains a distillate with a rich, unmistakable flavour, leading to an intense, unique and irresistible experience.
The 10 year old Irish Whiskey by the Old Bushmills Distillery is an intense, rich and complex Single Malt, aged for a decade in ex-Bourbon oak barrels. The result is a structured and round aromatic profile, with notes of dried fruit, vangilia, caramel, spices and toasted hints of wood. The tasting shows personality, envelopment and richness, united in an elegant and long-lasting texture