Liqueur "Irish Mist", 0.75 L
Reviews of purchase "Irish Mist", 0.75 L
Liquor red and golden color.
Liquor has a warm, balanced taste with hints of honey, herbs, spices and a hint of dark chocolate. The finish is smooth and sweet, with notes of dark spices.
Liquor has a wonderful aroma with hints of aged whiskey, herbs, spices, alpine honey, fruit and a hint of vanilla.
Liquor excellent pure ice, and coffee or in cocktails original recommended serving temperature of 18-20 ° C. Irish Mist is used in the manufacture of cooking delicious dishes and tasty desserts.
Irish Mist - is a high quality Irish liqueur, which is created based on the famous whiskey Tullamore Dew, heather honey and a bouquet of herbs growing in the best areas of Ireland.
Irish Mist was the first liqueur produced in Ireland, production of which began in 1947 in the town of Tullamore, County Offaly. Tullamore - the birthplace of the family Williams, is the first owner of Irish Mist. Company Williams family, released this liquor, founded in 1829, when the distillery began production Tullamore Irish whiskey. In the 1940s, Desmond E. Williams began searching for the recipe for the production of an alternative product. His search ended with the discovery of Irish Mist, the history of the drink takes its roots from the ancient heather wine whose recipe was invented 1,000 years ago. It was believed that the recipe for manufacturing has been lost, until a traveler from Europe did not bring them found an ancient manuscript. Desmond Williams learned ancient recipe heather wine, and transformed it into Irish Mist, which was created by Irish Mist Liqueur Company. In 1985, Cantrell & Cochrane Group bought the family company Williams Irish Mist Liqueur and still is its owner. Thus, the liqueur Irish Mist - an ancient drink, the embodiment of centuries-old history of Celtic culture, excellent taste and aroma which can be enjoyed today.
Irish Mist Liqueur won double gold at the World Spirit Championships San Francisco - 2008 Gold Medal at The Spirit Business Magazine's Liqueur Masters London - 2008.