Bushmills 16 Year Old
Three Wood

70cl / 40%
  • Irish Single Malt Whiskey
Bushmills 16 Year Old / Three Wood
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Matured in three different types of cask, each of which contributes extra nuances to what is destined to become a classic Irish malt. Perfect as an after-dinner dram.
16 Year Old
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Bushmills 16 Year Old Reviews

33 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    21 January

    Absolutely great whisky

  • 5
    10 January

    Great whisky. A delight to drink

  • 5
    27 December 2017

    My wife got me this for christmas. A brilliant drink, perfect balance of a dark berries and toffee with an incredibly smooth chocolatey finish. Just need to make it last!

  • 5
    19 December 2017

    Its the best whiskey I ve ever drink. Why we can`t buy that in Germany?

  • 4
    10 November 2017

    Very fine whiskey ... Easy to enjoy (maybe too much so)

  • 5
    21 September 2017

    Off the hook one of the best Irish whiskey I've ever tried

  • 5
    24 October 2016

    Lovely full flavoured whisky,fills the mouth and lingers

  • 5
    11 November 2014

    From Ontario and feel fortunate when I can source a bottle. Rarely carried by LCBO but on a recent trip to BC scored one. Nectar of the Isle. *****

  • Premal 17 May 2014

    One of the best. A dash of water and she opens up beautifully.

  • Anonymous 2 December 2013

    This is my favourite whiskey, I tried Midleton Barry Crockett and although it's nice, for me at least, the 16 year old Bushmills is still number 1. An amazingly good product, so smooth and so full of flavour, dangerously easy to drink straight. We'll done Bushmills! Tony Brazao

  • Whisky Beaver 9 October 2013

    The 16 is the only one of the lot to have the strongest Georgia Peach note to me, the whitebush and blackbush have a wee bit but not as much, lots of vanilla, grassy a wee bit, lemon, honey. Love it. The 1608 is more raisiny, fruity (dried fruits especially), black tea, more eclectic and suitable for colder months. They are both in my top 10.

  • Karan 28 August 2012

    Absolutely superlative!!!!!

  • Major.brand 29 July 2012

    Enjoyed our first bottle recently on a fishing trip to France, no fish but a wonderful full bodied flavour with out fault.So smooth and more ish .

  • Lips 12 June 2012

    Gorgeous. So smooth and delicious. 10yr old has more earthy notes but that doesn't mean fuller flavour. This one has a subtlety and richness that just isn't there in the 10yr old (which is pretty fantastic, as well). Dangerously good whiskey.

  • Fel 5 April 2012

    I would say that 10 y.o. taste better..This one hide his depth, It feels like can't show the full character

  • Lord Randolph 28 January 2012

    So smooth and rich. My favorite was the green label 'till I tried this. Wonderful!

  • waterloo 2 January 2012

    finger licking good, no that i drink with my fingers.

  • Anonymous 9 July 2011

    This a very very fine whiskey, there is a massive depth of flavour that has a long tastefull finish,will not disappoint. Gerard, Co Cavan

  • cii 15 May 2011

    Beautiful honey-looking body. Great nose - caramel,black sugar

  • beto 7 May 2011

    celebration for the senses :) cheers

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