The Bar Towel That Tells The Bushmills Story
When is a towel not just a towel? The answer is simple, when it's a bar towel. Not just your average towel, but one with many uses. Made of a 100% cotton and way more absorbent than paper towels. This towel in particular is embroidered with the name Black Bush. Every time you use this towel you should stop and realize just what the word Black Bush stands for and the history behind the name.
Black Bush whiskey is made by one of the oldest distilleries still in existence today. Bushmills Distillery was established way back in 1784 by a man named Hugh Anderson. Throughout the years this distillery has become so popular and actually has at least 120,000 visitors each and every year. Bushmills has created many fine tasting whiskeys through the years but one of those stands out, Black Bush. Most whiskeys average between a light color to a caramel color, but not Black Bush whiskey. This whiskey has a dark, golden characteristic color. The aroma is that of spicy fruit. When you take a sip, your mouth is filled with a smooth textured liquid that when it reaches the back of your throat has a slight sherry sweetness then flows like velvet down your throat leaving a nice warm sensation behind every swallow.
So when you grab this bar towel that is neatly hemmed on all four sides, just remember, it's not just a towel, but a towel that tells a story.
- Distillery: Bushmills Irish Whiskey
- Country of Origin: Ireland
- Size: 9 by 19 inches
- Made of a 100% cotton