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Bushmills Bourbon Cask Reserve - Steamship Collection

(100cl, 40%)

Bushmills Bourbon Cask Reserve - Steamship Collection

Bushmills Bourbon Cask Bottling Note

The third expression released in a series inspired by the SS Bushmills steamship, the vessel which set out on its maiden voyage to deliver bottles of Bushmills to America in 1890. Bourbon Cask Reserve is the result of a long-standing relationship with master coopers from Louisville, Kentucky, who reserved American white oak, custom-charred bourbon casks to mature this whiskey.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sweet vanilla, ripe pear and toasted oak lead among prickles of oak spices and crème brûlée.

Palate: Orange zest, honey-drenched toast and tinned peaches combine initially before more vanilla and oak spice emerge. A dark chocolate and oak char add a pleasant bitterness underneath.

Finish: A slightly drying finish lasts for a good while with a touch more toasted oak.

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Bushmills Bourbon Cask Reserve - Steamship Collection Reviews

Alright but sometimes overpriced

If you want, substitute with a widely available 10yo and you are not far from typical pears of Bushmills.

15th August 2018

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