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(pronounced: Brookh-LÈ-dee) Since its construction in 1881, along with the small town of Port Charlotte, on whisky island Islay, the Bruichladdich distillery led a life in the shadow of the other Islay distilleries. It was only when Bruichladdich, after a number of closures customary for Scottish distilleries, opened in new owner's hands in 2001, that the distillery took on its own color. Bruichladdich produces single-malt whiskies under its own name, not mass-produced and often with an experimental twist. Under the Port Charlotte and Octomore labels, the distillery actually does produce peated single malt whisky.
A bottling from the early days of the 'new' Bruichladdich (the Islay distillery reopened in 2001 under new ownership). The single malt whisky matured for 15 years for 85% in American and 15% in Spanish oak. A pleasantly drinkable dram. A real 'Laddie'.
You don't see them that often anymore, bottlings from Scott’s Selection. But here we have a Bruichladdich malt whisky from 1990 in the well-known 750 ml bottle. For a price significantly lower than the current market value! A bottle for the collector!
What does Auld Goonsy say about this Bruichladdich bottling? 'Matured in a Bourbon Barrel for over 15 years, this Islay malt has an earthy spiciness and a good serving of a dreamy sweet treat. Pleasure in a glass.' An edition of 196 bottles at 50%.
With The Organic, Bruichladdich releases a single malt whisky that is distilled from Scottish organic barley. The area where the barley is harvested is stated on the label. Like the Organic bottled in 2019, this one is 8 years old and bottled at 50% ABV.
The lady on the label drinks a cup of tea. Yet there is indeed whisky in this bottle. It is a bottling of a Bruichladdich single malt whisky. The whisky matured for 12 years in a cask where a French dessert wine was first matured. (52.1% cask strength)
In the Bruichladdich Islay Barley series, the barley from as many as 8 farms on Islay has been used. Like with this vintage 2011 single malt whisky. Perhaps that is why everyone seems to taste something different in this non-peated Islay malt. At 50%.
Under the name Bruichladdich, the eponymous distillery on Islay produces unpeated single malt whisky with often an experimental touch. For example, this 8-year-old single malt is distilled from barley from 7 regional farms. A 'terroir' whisky. (50%)
Previous editions of this single malt whisky have been described as incredibly intense, complex, ripe and full. And this edition, the Black Art 10.1, is no less than 29 years old. In that time, this special malt matured in various cask types. (45.1%)
The Classic Laddie, a single malt whisky bottling from the quirky Islay distillery Bruichladdich, matured in four different casks: bourbon, sherry, sauternes and red wine. The spirit is distilled from Scottish barley. The whisky is bottled at 50%.
As the name implies, this is a 17-year-old single malt whisky from the Bruichladdich distillery on whisky island Islay. An edition of the XVII appeared about 17 years ago, in both 2005 and 2006. The whisky matured in ex-bourbon casks. Bottled at 46%.
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