We teamed up with some of Australia’s finest cocktail venues to chat about what makes the best cocktail whiskey, and to bring you a collection of curated cocktails created using Bushmills Black Bush Irish Whiskey.
In October, Bushmills announced the release of its second highly anticipated limited edition from The Causeway Collection. The 2011 Banyuls Cask is a natural cask strength (53.6% ABV) and non-chill filtered Irish single malt with no colour added.
Here, Ratcliff shares with us what makes Bushmills (and their whiskey stocks) unique, dispels some Irish whiskey myths, and more.
Bushmills Black Bush, from the world’s oldest licensed distillery, is a blend of single malt and grain whiskeys, triple distilled and aged in sherry casks.
This month in the Threeway, we’re looking at Irish whiskey — Bushmills to be precise — and what makes it so versatile when it comes to mixing drinks.
Bushmills Irish Whiskey hit Melbourne earlier this month for its highly anticipated Back Bar Series. A mix of consumer and bartender events, Whiskey Specialists, Brad Cuff and Andy Ratcliff, hosted hundreds of drinkers at four very different takeovers across the week.
Whiskey Specialists, Andy Ratcliff and Brad Cuff, will hit up Melbourne for a week of Bushmills Irish Whiskey events in early July, fresh off the back of their trip to the Old Bushmills Distillery in Ireland for the Bushmills Long Day – a bar convention for future leaders.
Spicy and fruity, Bushmills Black Bush gives you a lot of scope for creating cocktails. It has a distinctive nuttiness and roundness on the palate, which benefits from the whiskey — a blend of grain whiskey and fine single malt — being aged in sherry casks, resulting in a gentle sweetness and a versatility that sees it being used in an exciting array of cocktails.