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17/03/13
Bushmills Black Bush
 

Bushmills Black Bush This review is posted as part of the Blog Flash Mob organised by Johanne McInnes (@whiskylassie) of The Perfect Match Whisky Blog in Canada.

The purpose of this Blog Flash Mob is to get as many whisky bloggers (and Vloggers) around the world to post blogs and videos about the same whisky at the same time as we could .

The Whiskey Would be Bushmills Black Bush and everyone would post on St Patricks Day 2013 at 4pm UK time.

My fellow blogger Dave Worthington (@whiskydiscovery) from the Whisky Discovery blog kindly offered to send me a sample of this Irish Whiskey showing once again how the #whiskyfabric works

You can follow along by checking out Johannes Blog at The Perfect Match Whisky Blog who will be posting links to all the blogs and reviews and also on twitter by searching for #BushmillsMB

Go check out all the other reviews and make sure you check out the Bushmills Website also.

This review was posted by: Tom

 

Bottle Name Bushmills Black Bush
Bottler Bushmills
Distiller Bushmills
Age* NAS
ABV 40.00%
Type Blend
Country/Region Ireland / Please Select
Nose Sweet and lovely with a great nose which starts with freshly squeezed pear juice and fresh pear skin, gentle and oaky, a touch of pencil eraser in there also with a touch of liquorice.
Taste lots of liquorice with dark fruit and oak more pencil eraser, was hoping the pear juice would be here but it's less sweet
Finish pencil eraser liquorice and toffee






*NAS = No Age Statement


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