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Hi, Im looking to buy a bottle of irish whiskey for a friend. I have checked out various sites and narrowed the list down to the following: Green Spot Bushmills 1608 I dont really drink so thes…
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Hi, Im looking to buy a bottle of irish whiskey for a friend. I have checked out various sites and narrowed the list down to the following:

Green Spot
Bushmills 1608

I dont really drink so these choices are based solely on reviews. So, those folks out there who know their whiskies, which one would you choose?
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Personally I would buy Bushmills 1608

Some info here:

Bushmills 1608 Reserve
100cl / 40% ABV / Distillery Bottling
Category: Blended
Compare Prices: Bushmills

Description:
This is the 1 litre bottle of Bushmills 1608 Reserve which is normally only available at Duty-Free shops, the malt used to make 1608 Reserve is aged up to fifteen years before being blended with a small amount of aged grain whiskey.

Tasting Notes: The nose is very rich and sherried. A little fruity and a hint of vanilla. The taste confirms the nose , sweet rich and sherried, very smooth and silky. The finish is dry and malty. Over richer than the normal Black Bush.
#2
I'd say Bushmills,but make sure you go for the 10 year old malt rather than one of the standard bottles (with the white label) they are poles apart :thumbsup:

Now....gotta find you a nice price on a bottle !!
#3
Wouldn't like to say when it comes to Whiskey, as according to the Scottish in-laws I am a heathen, as I like mine with ginger beer!.

They all swear by Strathisla from £ 26-125
#4
70cl Bushmills from Tesco is £ 20.99 at the moment - not a bad price :)
#5
Depends whether you want a Protestant or a Catholic whiskey :lol:

Some people in NI actually base their choice of drinks on this - no joke!
#6
DKLS
Wouldn't like to say when it comes to Whiskey, as according to the Scottish in-laws I am a heathen, as I like mine with ginger beer!.

They all swear by Strathisla from £ 26-125


...Its Scotch though ?
banned#7
I'd go with the Bushmills out of those 2 but if you can find some Jameson thats tasty
#8
Paddy Charlie
I'd go with the Bushmills out of those 2 but if you can find some Jameson thats tasty


I thought this would be more up your street :-Dhttp://www.royalmilewhiskies.com//images/products/0010000002645_XL.JPG
banned#9
Thats not a bad one but if I go for a whiskey back in Ireland its always a jameson
#10
Does it have to be Irish ?

I love Glenfiddich - Scottish single malt. Soooo nice
#11
Jameson is the best..I would gladly recommend
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