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Northern Ireland whiskey

by Ayaka A.
(Edogawa, Tokyo)

Black Bush Irish whiskey, made in Antrim, Northern Ireland

Black Bush Irish whiskey, made in Antrim, Northern Ireland

I love alcohol. Actually, my parents and grandparents love it too. The consumption of beer in Ireland ranks second in the world after the Czech Republic, and Japan ranks 25. Quantitatively, in Ireland it's 2.7 times as much as in Japan.

“Guinness” is mentioned as the most popular dark beer which has a peculiar and deep flavor with a deep amber color.

Well, do you know Ireland is the birthplace of whiskey? I didn’t know that fact.

I found an Irish whiskey named “Black Bush.” It is made in the distillation place of Old Bushmills in Antrim, Northern Ireland. It takes 5~10 years to mature.

Disappointingly, I can’t drink whiskey now. So I’m going to give my grandfather that whiskey as a birthday present!!

That’s all. Thank you very much for reading.

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