- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- Bourbon and Sherry Casks
- 40.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Green Label
- Added on
- 31 Jan 2010 2:17 pm
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Whisky Reviews for Bushmills 10-year-old
48 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 77.60 points
- Pleasant, easy entry-level whiskey. The sherry barrels, unfortunately, I discover neither in the nose nor in the taste.
Mild and sweet. Vanilla and a little honey. Very light and delicate in the nose. A bit fruity, but unfortunately not definable for me.
Light and mild at the start. Very cute. Vanilla. Nice malt note.
Light and rather short. Mild and malty.
Very fruitful - mainly ripe pears, peaches and vanilla background, creamy caramel, old furniture and maybe a bit of ginger
Sweet and slightly gingerly spicy flavor. The most is to feel vanilla and bananas in chocolate and malt - the taste is unfortunately flatter than the scent
In reverberation malt and spiciness - medium long
- Whiskey entry-level, ie simple "access", without making head, where honey, green fruits (apple), vanilla take the lead A sweetness on the palate, a soft return and a simple but persistent finish.
- For the price an edible single malt from Ireland. The Irish have something "different", which the Bushmills in the beginner area convincingly represents.
light and soft, going into the sweet fresh fruits, accompanied by light vanilla, funfair fruit candies, spice in the background
first slightly alcoholic, then sweet and fruity, flowers, floral perfume
in the finish, the sweetness flies quickly to an interesting spice, otherwise unfortunately a bit sprightly, a little reminiscent of NEN Ami
- It is up to me to invest in 16 yo. It tastes much to me.
Fruits slightly exotic to yellow melon, vanilla and honey.
Apples compared to 16 Yo are sharper, but less sour, with apple hints and vanilla. A little bark of citrus and grape and similar bitterness. Slight woodiness.
Strong citrus bark and the same bitterness. Dryer, but otherwise quite uninteresting.