Had a nice dram of Bushmills Red Bush recently at my neighborhood Irish pub. I'd had the Black Bush before and liked it. I didn't know the distinction between the two until I saw the bottles on the shelf at the store. Apparently the Black Bush is aged in sherry barrels while the Red Bush is aged in ex-Bourbon barrels.
It's incredibly smooth, with that brown sugar/caramel like sweetness you'd associate with American whiskey, plus a decent amount of oak character. It goes down real nice.
Next time I'm at the store I plan to pick up a bottle. It's in the 24-26$ range just like The Irishman Reserve I got for St. Patty's.