A Perfect Balance Of Whisky & Honey
The legendary Celtic tribes of ancient Ireland had a rich, fascinating culture; their secrets passed down through the generations. Admired for their abilities in ironwork and revered for their intricate swirling designs, they were also famous for a mysterious honey drink that was believed to bring good luck to those who drank it.
From this secret recipe comes Celtic Honey, a delicious liqueur crafted with all-natural Irish honey and triple distilled Irish whisky. Celtic Honey is the retelling of an ancient tale – developed into a modern classic and destined to be told eternally. Crafted with all natural Irish honey and triple distilled Irish Whisky. Irish Honey has been gathered and cultivated in Ireland since the days of the early Celts. They coveted it because of its rich sweetness and health and energy-giving properties.
Subtle and delicate, complex and mysterious, Celtic Honey is a delicious combination of triple distilled Irish whiskey and honey sourced from local Irish beehives that has been enriched with the flavours of native wildflowers. The Irish whiskey used to make Celtic Honey continues the tradition of distilling first practised by the legendary whiskey houses of Ireland. The whiskey that makes up Celtic Honeys base is rich, oaky and balanced by a light maltiness.
The water used in the ‘triple distilling process is the finest of Irish spring water, naturally filtered through limestone for purity and combined with plants and herbs indigenous to the meadows and forests of Ireland, to create a mystifying and delicious liqueur.
Celtic Honey comes from local Irish apiaries that provide only the finest products made from local wildflowers, including clover, bluebell and hawthorn. The Irish whiskey used to make Celtic Honey continues the tradition of great distilling found among the vaunted Irish whiskey houses of Ireland. The whiskey that makes up Celtic’s base is rich and oaky, balanced by a light maltiness.
Silky and soft at the start with an initial moderate burst of honeycomb, becoming drier towards the finish. Gentle spices add depth and concentration.