Do not be alarmed by Bushmills latest addition to their Whiskey collection. Irish Honey is not some wince inducing, flavor added drink. Instead, it is a smooth whiskey that only reveals its natural touch of honey after lingering around your glass for a while. Produced entirely under one roof, Bushmills Irish Honey is blended by Master Distiller Colum Egan using Original Bushmills and a dash of honey from Irish bees. It is a 70 proof spirit that retails for $24.99. You should pick up a bottle at your local retailer and try it out, we promise by the end of it you won’t be unhappy.
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