Bushmills ( Irish: Muileann na Buaise ) is a town in County Antrim with about 1300 inhabitants in Northern Ireland.
He is known by the Old Bushmills, one of the oldest whiskey distilleries in the world, which was first mentioned in 1743 and officially founded in 1784. The initial date used by the distillery in 1608 refers only to the first issue of a license in County Antrim. Therefore, to be eligible for the title of the oldest distillery in 1757, the Locke 's Distillery in Kilbeggan licensed.
Bushmills is located near the north coast on the coast road between Portrush and Ballycastle A2. From Belfast there are 95 kilometers of 10 Ballycastle, Coleraine 15 km away. The place had the Census 2002 1319 inhabitants and belongs to the district of Moyle. Attractions east of the town are the famous bridge Carrick -a-Rede and Dunluce Castle and the Giant's Causeway.