The Laddie Eight is a new whisky that was released in April, exclusively for travel retail. On April 14 there was a tasting on Twitter with the ‘World Duty Free’ to which I been invited to participate in. In addition to the 8-year-old whiskey we also tasted a
Black Art 3 is a mysterious whisky from Bruichladdich and we don’t know much about it. What we know about is that the whisky has been matured for 22 years in oak casks from several nations and that it’s from 1989 and bottled at 48.7%
Islay Barley 2006 is the second release in the Bruichladdich i uber-provenance Islay Barley series and bottled at 50% ABV. The barley is grown by their partner farmers on Islay specifically for Bruichladdich. The Islay Barley 2006 is made from barley grown on the eastern
The Organic is bottled at 46% ABV and contains the finest organic barley from Bruichladdich Distillery’s farmers and partners, Sir William Roberts of Mains of Tullibardine, William Rose at Mid Coul and Neil Scobie at Coulmore. Nose: On the nose I get the sweet toffee,
The Laddie Ten from Bruichladdich is matured for ten years in American oak casks and bottled at 46% ABV. The whisky is coloring free and not chill-filtered. Nose: The first thing that hits me is the fresh tones of lemon and a warm sea breeze.