Celtic Honey (formerly known as Celtic Crossing) is inspired by a recipe that survived through the history of the Celtic tribes of Olde Ireland. Famous for their intricate swirling designs in iron and gold, Ancient Celts were also celebrated for a liqueur made using early Irish ingredients. Celtic legend has it that this mysterious drink had the power to bring luck to those who drank it. Elusive and playful, it was reminiscent of the ever-changing shapes and shadows of their art.
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. 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 Celtics base is rich and oaky, balanced by a light maltiness.
A combination of plants and herbs native to the meadows and forests of Ireland are added with the finest Irish spring water, naturally filtered through limestone for purity. These flavours combine to give Celtic Honey Liqueur a delicate, elusive complexity its taste is subtle and delicate, yet complex and mysterious.