• Category – Spirits, whiskey, Irish
  • Available – From this week
  • Location – See below for details
  • Price – Between EUR55 (US$75) and EUR950 per bottle

Cuervo’s The Bushmills has unveiled 12 single malts in this year’s ‘The Causeway Collection’ series from the Irish whiskey brand.

Following last year’s debut, the new range, named after Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, comprises 12 whiskies, featuring expressions that have been finished in different casks. As well as a 2011 Sauternes cask finish, a 10 Year Old Cuvée cask finish and a 2008 Jupille cask finish, this year’s series also boasts one of Bushmills’ oldest whiskies, a 32 Year Old Port cask.

All 12 will be available in limited – albeit unspecified – numbers in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, the Nordic markets and the UK as well as in Global Travel Retail.

“We were delighted with how the Bushmills Causeway Collection was received globally in 2020, with some even selling out in minutes,” said master distiller Colum Egan. “We can’t wait to share this year’s Collection with the world.”

Bushmills is set to be joined by another distillery in Northern Ireland next year. Lough Neagh Distillers will start production in 2022 next to a soon-to-be launched brewery in Lurgan, County Armagh.

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