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Sunday, December 7, 2008


A good spot during a visit to the purveyor of all things alcohol brought about the purchase of this little gem, Black Bush Irish Whiskey. Made by Bushmills, the oldest distillery in the world, this is lighter in colour than a lot of it's contemporaries but is a another example of a lovely smooth, mainly single malt, sipping whiskey. Malty and nutty there's the expected oak but also a slightly sweeter finish, a little research puts this down to the sherry-seasoned Spanish oak casks in which the whiskey is aged for it's last couple of years.

It is a little pricey on the Australian market but worth a try.


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Scribe's Notes

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So from the diversely abstract to the intensely specific, it's off to making tracks, and it is here where it stops for a thought or two.

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