Bushmills is named after the city where it is distilled. It has two mills on the banks of the River Bush which runs past the distillery. Bushmills whiskey is still distilled in the Old Bushmills Distillery. This is the world’s oldest whiskey distillery with a license.
Presenting the tasting notes of the evening,
Black Bush ( 40%)
- Color: Amber
- Nose: Lovely citrusfruit, smashed grapes, lemon and biscuits?
- Taste: Sticky, smooth, citrus, salty and small hints of pepper and herbs
- Finish: Lovely medium
- Color: Dreamy
- Nose: Malty, smooth, toasted wood, spicy and fresh fruit
- Taste: Complexity of fruit, malty sweetness, spicy, vanilla and oak
- Finish: Long and spicy
- Color: Sunny
- Taste: Smooth, oily, warm chocolate and mango
- Nose: Sweet honey, hints of chocolate, salty, tropical
- Finish: Nice, sticky and salty
- Color: Summerish
- Nose: Cinnamon covering green smashed apples, toffee, honey and filled mandarin with cherries and blackcurrant
- Taste: Pear, mango, prune. A full fruit-basket is in this whiskey! Peach caramel
- Finish: Warm medium and sticky
- Color: Dark amber
- Nose: Honey, nuts, dried fruit, pepper, woody, spicy
- Taste: Hints of honey, nuts maltiness, bit of citrus fruit and fresh toast with butter that is melting
- Finish: Lovely spicy
I had a fabulous time, like always. Really enjoyed this tweet tasting. Enjoying whiskey with friends all over the globe. I just love the world we are living in, when it comes to technique! Sharing the whiskeylove!
All the Bushmills were fabulous. But like I mentioned during the twittertasting. This is definitely a case of saving the best for last! # 16 yr stole my heart!
“This whiskey doesn’t creates a man, but makes a women!”
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