Interesting fact… Bushmills Black Bush whiskey spells its name whiskey as it originates in Ireland. Had it been produced in Scotland its name would be Bushmills Black Bush whisky, instead of whiskey.
Nose: Barley, grape, lemon.
Palate: Very fruity, milky.
Finish: Barley, biscuity, astringent.
6th November 2010
For the price, arguably one of the best blends on the market!
21st July 2011
Sweet, sweet and some sherried tones. That's all.
23rd October 2012
Fantastic, never lets you down. Still quite low down in Bushmills pecking order but enjoyable on its own right. Go slow!
23rd December 2012
Best blend available
3rd April 2013
Rapporto qualità prezzo...il migliore!
10th May 2013
Enjoyable blend not quite a good as jw black, but a very good blend and very drinkable.
12th July 2013
Bardzo dobra i smaku
13th July 2013
great stuff for sherry fans no need for water neat is best try a bottle u wont go too far wrong with this alot better then the ten year old malt
14th July 2013
Very very nice
20th September 2013
It's the best blend in the best price!
9th October 2013
No contest.... Bailey Nicol Jarvie may occasionally question the Black Bush dominance at this price .... My first whiskey love... I hold it in fond memories.... I revisit it regularly..... (I shamefully admit I have consistently been a cheater on all my loves :-( )
Yamazaki, Dalmore, Green Spot, Hibiki... they all have my heart.... but I stray every so often and return to the wonderful experience of Black Bush! Jason Breen
1st November 2013
Living in Scotland means having to really struggle to climb over the classic malts to get to this my favourite - so good to find it on line. First whiskey I tasted - given to me by my daddy - what a great education! Love it and am now cultivating the husband's palette - hence this as an Xmas present. What more could you want?
28th November 2013