Bushmills Black Bush70cl / 40%
- Blended Irish Whiskey
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Bushmills Black Bush Reviews
Tasting Notes by Gavin Smith
Nose: Baked apples and spicy malt. A pleasingly mature character to it.
Palate: Big bodied, slightly oily, with nutmeg and red wine. Sophisticated and assured.
Finish: Notably long, drying with dark syrup and liquorice notes.
Comment: A confident whiskey that feels as though it has some age to it.
Tasting Notes by Dave BroomNose: Rich and ripe, with some dark (cooked) black fruit. Raisin, cocoa, praline, coconut. Substantial smooth succulence.
Palate: Sweet start then it firms up in the centre where the nuts return melting into the chocolate and raisin. Chewy and tongue coating. Showing some complexity.
Finish: Long, sweet.
Comment: Beautifully balanced.
33 Customer Reviews
Ezcelent for the prais!
Had this as a Guinness chaser at start of night and ended up drinking it all night in front on peat fire in Ireland . Best whisky I''ve tasted
I prefer this over the single malt, its very reasonably priced highly recommended
Over the past 10 months I''ve put back 2 cases, I like it that much. I like this better than the 3 wood, it has such a nice finish holding on with a raisin and chocolate end. Straight is the only way to drink this, in a small snifter to enjoy its wonderful nose.
Excellent - though I think I am in the minority of drinkers who prefer good old Bushmills Original still. Black Bush has an amazing nose - I detected fruitcake, vanilla, toasted nuts, and coconut. Smooth as hell. Tastes like how I remember feeling watching "A Child''s Christmas in Wales" growing up. Lovely.
One of the best everyday drinks around, best drunk neat. I can't describe it in terms of taste like others.can. Only tell you it is really nice. If you don't like whiskey try this!
Every time i go through duty free i buy 2 to collect on the way back usally on offer great taste
Very nice aroma of peat on the Black Bush version. First tried it way back in 1965 with a pulled pint of Guiness in Northern Ireland. Never looked back. My daughter recently treated me to a (purple) bottle of the 15 year old one. Lovely Jubbly. Agree with comments about mixing - don't.
Beautiful whiskey and a fair price. Much smoother than jamesons. Great on a winters night.
Always look forward to a bottle of blackbush, prefer it to the millenium and 10yr. sacrilege to mix it with anything,