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Bushmills Irish Whiskey 10 Year 750ml
Sku: 1553
Notes of nougat, milk chocolate and oaky vanilla are present. The palate entry offers pleasantly fruity grainy tastes.
Product Rating
Critics Ratings:   (1)
Product Information
Country: Ireland
Type: Irish Whiskey
Reg. $54.04
On Sale $46.99
Buy Bushmills Irish Whiskey 10 Year

Pricing on our website is from our Stamford CT store and applicable to the Stamford store only.

Nose: Fragrant maltiness with a gentle toasted woodbackground, and a delicate fruitness.

Palate: Malty with sweet, spicy, vanilla and oaky notes.

Finish: On taste, it is complex, spicy, slightly dry, with a lingering delicate maltiness. A gentle, approachable whiskey, for drinking any time, on its own or on the rocks, and its light taste makes it an ideal base for cocktails.

Ultimate Beverage Challenge 93 points - (Tried & True Award)- Kiwi, lemon oil, honeysuckle, and allusions to oyster mushroom fill the nose. Very exotic. Much softer and savory on the palate. Honey-tinged and nutty with guava and lime. A soft and sweet finish ensues. (Mar 2015)

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Notes of nougat, milk chocolate and oaky vanilla are present. The palate entry offers pleasantly fruity grainy tastes.
Technical notes
40% abv

Producer
At the battle of Clontarf in 1014 Irish high king Brian Boru sent Viking invaders tumbling back into the sea and achieved a remarkable victory for the Irish over the fearsome Vikings. The two armies met on the fields of Clontarf near the city of Dublin on Good Friday in the spring of 1014. The battle lasted all day raging across the fields and forests with no side gaining a clear advantage. Finally, with all of their leaders dead or dying, the Vikings broke ranks and returned to their ships. Out of 8,000 men who fought that day, almost 6,000 were killed. The destruction of the Viking forces, including the deaths of virtually all of the Viking kings, permanently ended the Invaders’ presence. Through this valiant and bloody victory at Clontarf, Brian Boru and his men made possible the Ireland that we know today.