The most famous Irish single malt whiskey, the Bushmill's 10 Years, is partially aged in American oak barrels, which formerly contained bourbon and, a smaller part, in Spanish oak barrels that formerly contained sherry. It has a golden color and an elegant aroma, very balanced, fine and smooth, with notes of cereal, citrus (lemon) and licorice. Floral and vanilla notes are added. In the mouth it is sweet and slightly creamy, confirming the notes of the nose. Long finish, revealing notes of wood, almonds and honey.