Irish Mist

The idea for Irish Mist Honey is based on an early Irish recipe for ‘heather wine’ from thousands of years ago.  Known to the chieftains and nobles of Ireland’s ancient clans, it was lost when the last Irish Earls left the country in the late 17th century. A manuscript of that missing recipe was located many years later and, in 1947, led to the creation of Irish Mist Honey liqueur in its present form.

Today its exact ingredients remain a secret known only by the blenders in Clonmel, County Tipperary, where Irish Mist Honey is now made.