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An exquisite Irish whiskey, matured in a mixture of Oloroso Sherry and Bourbon casks, before a two year marrying period spent in Madeira casks. Produced in limited numbers, each bottle is numbered.
Nose: Rich toffee, honey, spiced fruit notes and dark mocha.
Palate: Chewy, dates, pecans, grapes and mango.
Finish: Sweet, syrupy pipe tobacco and mint.
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The set to this quality is Redbreast 12 and Bushmills 16.
8th July 2016
Just a stunner. It caught me off guard it is so good. I have backed up 2 un opened bottles in my liquor cabinet just in case it gets a cult following, which it qualifies for. I drink it neat from a bourbon glass and allow it to sit for say 5 minutes before my first sip. It's just difficult to find any fault with this whiskey. On the nose, it.s beguiling. On the palate it's haunting. On the finish, it just keeps coming back to your palate and senses and tell you, that I am not done with you yet. Kudos to Bushmills for this one.
2nd May 2016
Absolute nectar, smoothest Irish whiskey I have tasted.
2nd March 2016
Awesome that you offer this
19th January 2016
(Serial #26754/2014) 'Worth every last penny! So dang good! I could go on with a bunch of clever words about smokey this and hints of that, blah blah blah..But really can't imagine someone being disappointed with this selection unless your a total whisky snob out of touch with us commoners, also I know their in different classes but as a comparison beats Johnnie Walker Blue at less than half the price, and I only use this comparison because Johnnie Blue is supposed to be sort of a water high mark for quality (really just good marketing) like one of the previous posters said wish it wasn't so good its hard to stay away from, the store I purchased from had only one other bottle of this on the shelf, i'll be heading back to get that one soon,
4th January 2016
Well it is New Years eve and came across this at the store here in Sterling Heights Michigan I look forward letting the genie out of the bottle later as 2016 arrives only left a comment before tasting it just to say paid $104.00
1st January 2016
But worth it.
27th November 2015
A true drop o' the pure. Smooth as silk stockings on lady's leg. Dilute only with pure water to open the whiskey. But at two hundred quid a bottle, including duty and shipping, drinks are far and few between . . .
17th November 2015
it costs 76 EUR in other Shops...
22nd September 2015
Very good whiskey, not quite as good as the 16 year old, but very close
26th June 2015
Morons calling it a Scotch and buddy boy that has way too many flavor notes!! It's a good Irish for a Priddy and now that Diageo sold it, it might get the respect it deserves...
7th June 2015
A delicate nose of nutty praline, ginger toffee,toasted almonds, Greek honey & Madeira cake, mellow oak with a real juicy- grapey wine note. This just melts on the mouth with succulent sultana & raisin, mocha, gingerbread, red cherry bakewells and aromatic spices. The finish is more juicy grape with notes of nutty sherry, honey in Greek yoghurt & rum truffles. A malt to melt into and the age has made this even more mellowed than your normal Bushmills. The Whisky Flaneur
15th March 2015
I am also a sottish whisky drinker but this has an amazing amount of complexity without the weight of a scotch. very easy drinking, definitely strong chocolate notes. it's only downside is that it is so easy drinking that i drink it too quickly.
12th December 2014
Not scotch or a Scottish whiskey. Dumba**es! Stands alone. if you add more than a few drops of water to this whiskey, you should give it to someone who will appreciate it.
8th December 2014
Just to note, the flavor is definitely *not* Islay smoke, which I love. More of a dank tarry nicotine taste. There's no fresh peat-or-anything-like-it smoke to be found.
4th December 2014
This is very very thick and quite good with lots of great mostly "dark" flavors: chocolate, maple, dates, pecans, coffee, etc. Awesomely thick and delicious. Except. One of the more prominent flavors is a pretty thick pipe tobacco resin, as mentioned in the MOM review. For me, this just negates everything else. If only that wasn't there, this might be my favorite of all time; five stars easy. But I just can't get over it, so, three stars. YMMV.
not a shade on Scottish whisky to be totally honest
27th July 2014
In Norway you can get this for £57 at the vinmonopolet. What a bargain!
13th July 2014
I purchased it for a roll-licking $89.00 , the taste is unique and its very smooth. I am on my way to get one more of these ;)
19th May 2014
I almost have a hard time believing this has alcohol in it. Very smooth and VERY viscous. If you've ever tried Booker's bourbon, it's the same feeling just a different flavor. Goes down like a melted chocolate bar with some mocha, nut/dried fruit, and (yes, but in a good way, I think) a bit of tobacco. I don't get the mint or mango or grapes mentioned in the MOM review. Really it's a brilliant, totally unique, whiskey that I'd whole-heartedly recommend to anyone and even perchance call the best whiskey I've tried in terms of complexity, however just as with Booker's bourbon, to *my* taste it's a bit too smooth, not quite enough kick. I'll certainly always keep one in stock for entertaining and cold nights though.
28th April 2014
Completely awesome. even a novice such as myself can appreciate the subtleties of history and flavor resonating throughout this fine spirit.dr. Johnny J. Stephens
3rd April 2014
As an avid Irish whiskey fan, Bushmills 21 is off the charts! The complexity is unbelievable. The enjoyment of this whiskey separates the amateur from the purist.
6th March 2014
Like others have said, I was able to purchase this for less than $100. That being said, this is as smooth as advertised. It is a clean tasting Irish whisky (as is usual with these triple distilled and kiln dried nectars), with lighter floral and sugar notes that last from start to finish. A splash of water opens the nose and makes the taste from start to finish pure enjoyment. I spent extra to buy this whisky because of its consistent great reviews and standing in 2014's Jim Murray's Whisky Bible as the "Irish Best Single Malt of the Year." It lived up to the hype.
30th December 2013
...but it's 110 retail.
27th December 2013
Full marks from me
30th October 2013
Love this, can't beat it but its not $225...its around $110 in most places I've seen.
great dram but as been said above, it's cheaper than advertised here- I can get it for $95.99 at my local package store. At that price it's the best Irish and definitely one of the best whiskeys on the planet period.
Best single malt Irish period!
27th August 2013
As far as whisky goes this one is an absolute delight!
22nd August 2013
This is one of my favorite whiskeys, and indeed one of the first 2 bottles I bought on my 21st birthday. It's rather like candy on the tongue.That being said have you chaps lost your minds!? This is a bottle that can be had for less than half that here in reputable bottle shops here in Lower Manhattan, where everything is absurdly expensive.
4th July 2013