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Bushmills 21 Year Old Whiskey

(70cl, 40%)

Bushmills 21 Year Old
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Bushmills 21 Year Old Bottling Note

An exquisite Irish whiskey, Bushmill's 21 is 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.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Rich toffee, honey, spiced fruit notes and dark mocha.

Palate: Chewy, dates, pecans, grapes and mango.

Finish: Sweet, syrupy pipe tobacco and mint.

Reviews for Bushmills 21 Year Old
Just had a glass in a pub in Portrush and was very impressed.Its the only Irish whiskey that even comes close to Scottish single malts.
5 months ago
Nope !
It’s the age old problem with old malts, tannins and of the strong oaky type. The whisky is nice if you can ignore the flavour as if you’ve been sucking on a lump of wet of oak. It shows it’s cask age to well even for a 21 year old. It’s got some lovely flavours but nowhere is there tobacco just oak neither is there “chewy dates” as Master Of Malt said. (I think they are selling it a little to hard there) we know supposedly it’s a good dram from its awards but I hasten to think that was a few hundred batches ago like 10 years ago when the batches were not as tannin rich may be ? Or may be a few good batches ? In any case I’ve found some nice flavours but those tannins are strong and immediately over power the other flavours because you just get a quick smack in the face with lovely sweet apricot like flavours and then the oak keeps building and building until you get that dry oakyness (if thats a word) on the sides of your tongue that you wouldn’t be wrong to reach for the mouthwash to not endure it anymore. May be a 17 Y/O would be better but for now this just falls flat on it’s face what a let down and for an expensive dram it just does not deliver the goods so my rating will reflect this value for money disparage.
, United Kingdom
10 months ago
40% ABV kills tue chance for complexity
It’s 40% and likely chill filtered, if you’re used to even 46% bottlings this is going to disappoint. Decent but never better than that, I would certainly not buy it again, too boring and smooth and lacking anything special.
one year ago
Higher proof needed
Would have been even better with high strength bottling. A 21-year-old bottle should be bottled at higher strength.
one year ago
Amongst the best Whiskeys in the world!
This is Heaven in a bottle! a beautifully complex taste with an exceptionally smooth delivery! Incredible!
, United Kingdom
one year ago
Perfect ! Neat only, nothing back!
2 years ago
A very nice relaxing enjoyable whiskey after a lovely desert.
, Canada
2 years ago
Bushmills, moving on into a higher echelon on the single malt field. Full tasting single malt so very smooth.
Very smooth finnish, delightful after taste. A single malt that completes a evening and allows you to drift off into a diffrent world wonderful.
, United Kingdom
2 years ago
Best I’ve a landmile.....
, South Africa
3 years ago
Almost perfect.
This could be the best whisky I have ever tried. It shouldn't be. It doesn't fit the description of the whiskies I tend to love. None of that matters, however. It is phenomenally smooth and complex. It's just incredible. It might sound silly to say but it feels like a bargain at that price. I have paid more for much less.
, El Salvador
3 years ago

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