What's in a name? Bruichladdich 12 Year Old (2nd Edition) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Bruichladdich 12 Year Old (2nd Edition) whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Gentle peat, quite coastal, light and fruity.
Palate: Slight burn, despite the low strength. Malty and salty, rather astringent.
Finish: Oak, tannic, quite sappy.
I truly love the weight of this scotch and the lovely vanilla tones. The finish lasts and leaves you wanting more. This was a shining star on a day where I tasted several scotches including Blue Label.
21st December 2011
Possibly the perfectly balanced Islay dram. Top of the tree.
21st October 2011
Slight burn tannic, Recommended.
10th March 2011
6th December 2010