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Bushmills Black Bush

(70cl, 40%)

Bushmills Black Bush

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Bushmills Black Bush Bottling Note

If you've been in a bar (any bar, really), you've more than likely seen a bottle of this on the shelf. One of the most well-known Irish blends, Bushmills Black Bush features a lot of sherried malt in its recipe, alongside classically caramel-y grain whiskey. Suitable for enjoying neat, but it can also be used in whiskey cocktails that call for dark fruit sweetness...

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Over-ripe grape and light citrus on the nose. A touch of toffee and peanut.

Palate: Vanilla and milk bottle sweeties. Dried peels, chamomile tea and cinnamon sticks.

Finish: Digestive biscuit, cooked plum and orange oil.

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Bushmills Black Bush Reviews

In the top 3

I'm not normally a big fan of Irish whiskey, I prefer Scotch single malt, which, from an Irish man is probably sacrilege but this would be as close to a Scotch as you will get. Smooth on the palate and a perfect finish, no harsh aftertaste with a perfect burn left on the tongue, albeit with a couple of small ice cubes added. Probably all that sherried malt or something. I'm certainly not an expert, but it is by far my favourite Irish, closely followed by Copeland Merchants Quay and Slane all of which are blends and all of which are aged, at some point, in sherry(Oloroso) casks. If you haven't tried any of the above, give them a go, you'll hopefully not be disappointed.

27th August 2021

lacks depth ,ok for light drinkers or mixers

I bought it out if curiosity and good reviews here. Unfortunately ,lacks depth . It's OK,but nothing more. You have on Aldi or lidl whisky with better value for less money

15th March 2021

Great value for money


5th March 2021

Great session dram

Lovely balance. Nice Sherry notes. A great session dram.

2nd March 2021

Smooth and balanced

So smooth, very easy to drink. For me, it works best on its own with a single ice cube. Hard to beat at the €30 price point, and punches above its weight.

9th January 2021

Well worth a try.

First taste very pleasant, soft after taste, excellent with Christmas pudding :) Have been long to try Irish Whiskey and this was recommended. Very nice for a bend and well priced.

29th December 2020

Smooth and deep

Extremely good on its own, over ice or with a drop of water. Vanilla and toffee on the palate with a smooth finish. Highly recommended.

8th December 2020

Best sub £30 whiskey

The best sub £30 whiskey of them all. Like all the best whiskies it has sherry in its heart. A joy on its own, with ginger ale or in a cocktail.

25th November 2020

Good whiskey

Smooth and well-balanced, difficult to find better in this price range.

16th November 2020

Excellent whiskey, in my humble opinion the very best !

Since I live in the heart of the beautiful area that surrounds Bushmills in North Antrim , I am intensely proud of this , its premier drink !
The "Route" as this area is known was settled peacefully with Scottish "planters" by the then Earl of Antrim in the late 1500s and early 1600s.
It was not part of the formal English plantation, rather a continuation of the exchange of people and goods across the North Channel betwixt Antrim and Scotland that had been normal for centuries even then.
The planted people and the native Irish were in fact the same people !
They both knew how to produce excellent whiskey and the rest is as they say .......... history !

22nd September 2020

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