I was inspecting a bottle of Bushmills 10 y/o malt in the store today, and noticed the "Matured in Two Woods" label. I thought I remembered the 10 year old being exclusively from bourbon casks? Am I losing my mind or did this used to be the case?
Postby Deactivated Member » Wed Nov 16, 2005 10:07 am
I am sure Bush 10 was Bourbon only; Black Bush was the sherried one and they made a big play of this on the tours. But since the current fashion is for ever more esoteric casks, who can blame them for changing?
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