It is comprised almost entirely of single malt whiskey, making it a choice selection of deluxe whiskey aficionados.
Malt whiskey that becomes Black Bush is aged up to eleven years in selection sherry-seasoned oak casks before being blended with a small portion of a special single grain whiskey to enhance the independant, non-conformist character of the malt. The malt used in the mash derives its clean taste from the deliberate absence of peat used in the malted barley drying process.
All of the Irish whiskey distilleries kiln-dry their malt in a heat-fired, not peat-fired, oven. This drying process lets the clean, clear taste of the malt and barley shine through. The combination is then returned to the cask for "marrying." As the whiskeys mellow together, the uniquely rounded bouquet, rich amber hue and distinctive taste of Black Bush is born.
This dram has a white-like color.
Nose (68): inexistent. grain, sweet, somegrain, fruity, apple. First nosing data is innacurate as the previous tasting sheet lacked of this field.
Palate (88): . grain and vanilla. it is not a sweet whiskey. Bouquet data is innacurate as the previous tasting sheet lacked of this field.
Finish (76): no finish. grain. Finish length is innacurate as the previous tasting sheet lacked of this field.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this Bushmills Black Bush with 77 points over 100.
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