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A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Mark, Jack, Alan and Emma from The Doyen

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Sean Defoe and Gill Stedman

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Matthew Thompson and David Kenny

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Sean, Niamh, Justin, Rachel and Neil from Bull & Ram

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Lyndsay Malone and David Young from Bootleggers

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Joe Lindsay and Colum Egan

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Nicholas Watters and David Scott from Revolucion de Cuba

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Matthew, Daniel, Janean, Hannah and Chris from Northern Whig

A few thirsty goats turn out for the launch of Red Bush

Colum Egan and Chris Kane

Bushmills Irish Whiskey celebrated the launch of Bushmills Red Bush in Belfast on November 15 with an immersive tasting event at The Harp Bar followed by an after party at The Thirsty Goat.

Hosted by Joe Lindsay, the main event saw guests enjoy the signature Red & White serve alongside Red Bush-inspired burgers and live music from local duo, Hot Sausage & Mustard.

The highly anticipated release is the first new expression from The Old Bushmills Distillery for the domestic market in nearly five years.

During the tasting, guests were taken on a guided journey of Bushmills Red Bush by Master Distiller, Colum Egan. He described the influence the bourbon casks have on the whiskey during maturation and how the nuances of the first fill barrels deliver a sweet and smooth character. Colum helped guests draw out the aromas of toasted oak and enjoy the deep lingering caramel and vanilla notes.

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