Bushmills Whiskey Distillery in Northern Ireland is the proud home of some of the worlds most famous whiskeys. Visitors can sample whiskey, do a distillery tour, purchase gifts such as whiskey glasses, and of course whiskey! 🙂

It is not just the oldest whiskey distillery in Northern Ireland and Ireland, but it also happens to be the oldest whiskey distillery in the whole world. The history of this distillery started back then when King James I granted the landowner and governor of county Antrim the license to distill in 1608 and that was exactly when the journey of this distillery started.

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BUSHMILLS DISTILLERY - Founded in 1784 - Bushmills County Antrim, NI - Oldest Irish Whiskey
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BUSHMILLS DISTILLERY - Founded in 1784 - Bushmills County Antrim, NI - Oldest Irish Whiskey
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Bushmills town or village is a small one that is located in county Antrim and one of the most visited places which people hit this small town for is the old Bushmills distillery which is the one serving the oldest Irish whiskey to be found out there (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neoDF...). Bushmills distillery is a place on its own, it serves as a place for people to visit and see how the whiskey is being distilled and even take gifts and souvenirs for themselves while leaving, and it also serves as a place that people could go and taste the whiskey and the different creations that it tends to serve.It is not just the oldest whiskey distillery in Northern Ireland and Ireland, but it also happens to be the oldest whiskey distillery in the whole world. The history of this distillery started back then when King James I granted the landowner and governor of county Antrim the license to distill in 1608 and that was exactly when the journey of this distillery started.This journey actually passed by several stops and the official recognition of this distillery was in 1784 when Hugh Anderson registered the Old Bushmills Distillery and the Pot Still became its official registered trade mark, which is still the same until today.Moving forward with the tax that was added to the malt and with the fire that destroyed the old Bushmills distillery, it still managed to collect its ashes and bring itself back up again. With the hard effort put into this distillery, the place actually won different prizes throughout the years, especially between 1880 and the early 1900's which were even referred to as the golden years.

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