Irish - Whisky ZA

  • Irish Highlight: Bushmills Irish Whiskey Original

    Ireland's Oldest Whiskey

    After receiving their license to distil on April 20th 1608, Sir Thomas Phillips has been producing one of the countries most quality spirits for centuries. In 1784 The Old Bushmills Disillery is made official and has never looked back since. Their original recipe is a blend of their own triple distilled malt whiskey and a lighter and more subtle grained whiskey has reached a potential peak in their industry. This year they have won 36 awards for its rich, smooth and warming taste and encourage their drinkers to enjoy their whisky whether it be neat, over ice, or with a mixer of their choice.

  • Whiskey and Whisky: A World Between the Two

    Whiskey and Whisky: A World of Difference

    This argument originated back with the Scots and the Irish and their own individual translation of the with and "e" was
    also adopted by the Americans by way of Irish immigrants in the early 1700's and has not changed since its inception. Some
    may argue that there is no difference in the word itself, however the process, heritage, and tradition among different cultures
    and how they produce this drink of the ages does vary.