16-year-old Bushmills whiskey is a unique Irish malt aged fifteen in barrels of ex-bourbon and sherry separately and ending up as one in Port wine barrels. The finish on this type of barrel brings to the notes of sweet whiskey and red fruits. Bushmills 16 years old is a smooth whiskey with a sweet fruity touch and more pronounced than other expressions of the distillery. The Old Bushmills Distillery is located in Bushmills Distillery, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The company that founded the distillery in 1785 data, although the date on the bottle refers to a royal decree for distillation granted to a local farmer in 1608. After several transfer periods and periods of inactivity, the distillery has remained active after it was restored from a fire that destroyed several buildings in the complex in 1885.
Sight: Bearing in mind that it is presented in a brilliant golden color.
Nose: Notes classic distillery, honey, dairy products, nuts and cassia.
Palate: Circulating notes of fruits and spices with light touches of oak, honey and peaches.