Bruichladdich is unique. Some of the oldest rocks in Scotland - Amphibolite Gneiss from 1800 million years ago - and grey/brown sandstones - through which the water, essential for the manufacture of whisky, percolates acquiring various minerals on the way. The specific shape of the stills dictates a unique signature to the spirit made here. In addition, owing to the lightly peated barley being used, Bruichladdich has traditionally been a less heavy, less peated whisky, and is the most easily approached Islay Malt Whisky having a phenolic content of only 2 parts per million (ppm); Laphroaig has 30 ppm. The seaside location, gives a salty/briny flavour to the whisky aged there.
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Bruichladdich Octomore 10 year old
Sinewy and sublime. It's like the sound of Islay - deep, dangerous and hypnotic - pulling you ever closer to the edge. A most exhilarating experience. Honey blonde. The aromatics rise rapidly. First to arrive, easy to detect, is smoky chocolate and raisin, followed by wild, fresh mint, which together ... more
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