Bushmills Irish whiskey is collaborating with creative woodworker Éamonn O'Sullivan as part of its event series #BlackBushSeries.
According to a statement, the collaboration will see a series of hands-on whiskey and woodcarving workshops in Dublin and Belfast during the summer.
Éamonn has been creating wooden home-ware from fallen Irish trees since establishing his company, Hewn, in 2014.
He creates his pieces using self-taught traditional woodcarving techniques.
The Black Bush Carved event will take place in Dublin on 23 and 24 July at Drury Buildings.
Guests will be given the opportunity to listen to Éamonn's story on how he turned his passion and craft into a career in woodwork.
After this they will experience a whiskey tasting led by the Bushmills Brand Ambassador.
Attendees will also have the chance to try their hand at woodcarving their own whiskey accessory to take home.
Éamonn has created a limited edition wooden whiskey tumbler as part of the collaboration, six limited edition tumblers are available to win here.
The collaboration is apart of the immersive event series which allows independent talent across Ireland to tell there story with the aim to inspire others to follow their passions.
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