• Style: Irish Single Malt
  • Grain/Mash-bill: Malted Barley (100%)
  • Country: Ireland
  • Region: Northern Ireland
  • Distillery: Bushmills
  • Bottler: OB
  • ABV: 40%
  • Proof: 80
  • Age:16 Years
  • Year: 2021
  • Cask Type: Oloroso Sherry, Bourbon, Port

Overall Character: Berries, powdered cocoa and dry oak.

| Nose: Blackberry, Mulberry, and generally berries, along with feint cocoa powder and nutmeg.

| Palate: Balanced berries, mild cinnamon, and vanilla, with very mild clove, and some dry oak and powdered cocoa.

| Finish: Medium finish of berries, cocoa and sawdust.

| Overall: A really nice low abv sherry single malt, but with balance and presence. A highly underrated whiskey from the oldest licensed distillery in the world. I just think it would be better with a little higher abv, such as 46%. Cask strength would surely be lovely, as well.


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