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Bushmills Distillery
UK

Distillery in village of Bushmills, in County Antrim. One of the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. All of the whiskey bottled under the Bushmills whiskey brand is produced at the Bushmills Distillery. Date printed on the label, 1608 is a year when King James I gave a license to one Sir Thomas Phillips, witch makes Bushmills one of the oldest licensed still working distilleries in the world.

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