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Bushmills Black Bush

A strong expression Bushmills Black Bush

I generally prefer single malts over blends, but there are a few exceptions - some of Jameson's finest and this particular Bushmills, the Black Bush.Its flavour is remarkably distinctive for a blend,…

@badamsBy @badams12 years ago 0 485

Jameson 18 Year Old

One of Jameson's finest Jameson 18 Year Old

Jameson's blends nearly unerringly improve with age. The 18 year old 'master selection' is no exception. Full-bodied, rich in flavours, it is nonetheless easy to drink thanks to the presence Jameson's…

@badamsBy @badams12 years ago 0 280

Bushmills 1608 400th Anniversary

Beautiful Bushmills Blend Bushmills 1608 400th Anniversary

According to history (or is it legend), the first ever official sanction to distil aqua vitae was given to Sir Thomas Philips in 1608 by King James I of England. To celebrate this event's 400th Annive…

@markjedi1By @markjedi112 years ago 0 290

Kilbeggan

Great value for little money Kilbeggan

Kilbeggan means 'little church' in Gaelic and is a blended Irish whiskey (so I was a little surprised to see is here under single malts, but no matter).The nose is full of sweet malt, a little citrus and…

@markjedi1By @markjedi112 years ago 0 070

Bushmills 16 Year Old 3 Wood

The magic of Port Pipes Bushmills 16 Year Old 3 Wood

Bushmills produces some of the best Irish whiskeys in my humble opinion. I love the Original and Black Bush and adore the 10 Year Old single malt, so I was expecting quite a bit from this 16 Year Old…

@markjedi1By @markjedi112 years ago 0 285

Bushmills 16 Year Old 3 Wood

Gold Standard Bushmills 16 Year Old 3 Wood

Having not tried the 21 year old, but having this the 10, the original and the black, Jamesons and Jamesons 12, Powers, Tullamore Dew and Middletons, the only thing that is close in pleasure is the…

@AnonymousBy @Anonymous12 years ago 0 3100