Bushmills Irish Whiskey in Northern Ireland has launched a new bottle and pack for its iconic single malts. The range includes 10, 16, and 21-Year-Old references which are now available across the island of Ireland.
In an era of unprecedented global growth for the premium single malt category, the new pack provides a distinctive platform to showcase Bushmills single malts’ timeless excellence and underlines Bushmills’ pre-eminence as the original single malt Irish whiskey from the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery.
A stone’s throw from the Old Bushmills Distillery in County Antrim, the Giant’s Causeway has been a source of inspiration to Bushmills for centuries. The new bottle, designed by New York agency Stranger and Stranger, is broad-shouldered and angular, taking inspiration from the legendary columns and integrates subtle features such as its hexagonal punt mirroring the Causeway stones.
Vibrant colours across the range bring a contemporary elegance while discrete embossing on the side panels honours Bushmills’ 1608 heritage and iconic pot still. Quality crafted parchment labels are complemented by varnished wooden cork closures for the 10 and 16-Year-Old while a bold matt black zamac cap sets off the gunmetal label and gold features of the iconic 21-Year-Old.