A Bruichladdich from several vintages, created to show the complexity of the whisky. This is the third edition of Infinity, in general release, matured in refill sherry and tempranillo casks, with peating levels of 20PPM.
Peaty on the finish...
Top of the class.
If you can lay your hans on Infinity 3.1 - do so. The finest malt to be found.
31st July 2013
Can't go wrong
The Infinity 3.0 was a good whisky, but the 3.1 really was a significant improvement, at least to my palate. Less Port presence, more smoke, and more balance. I can just pour a small glass and smell it for a long time before tasting it. Tasting is complex and smooth, just want to let it sit on your tongue and disappear.
For $80 a bottle, truly a bargain, would much rather have this than any 20+ year aged bottle that I have tried.
23rd December 2012
Terrific, complex, subtle
how old is this whisky
30th November 2011
This is a nicely balanced mixture of subtle flavours, peat and sweetness, and all in all a terrific single malt by one of the most outward-looking distillers.
26th May 2011
Wonderfully balanced, a full range of flavours, elegant and bold, with a wonderful weight in the mouth. These guys know what they're doing all right.
4th May 2011
but slightly lacking in the intensity of that Bruichladdich "zing" in the middle. The wine is also there at the back (well - on the palate to be precise). It does blend in more peat than usual for a Bruichladdich (octomore excepted of course!). I just cat help thinking that the "Black Art" I tasted last week is more subtle and complex. Mind you - this one is nearly half the price.... you pays your money and all that....personally I love all the Bruichladdichs I've tasted!
28th February 2011
From an experienced Islay malt drinker
I would not claim to be an expert on malt whisky, but have tasted many, and for me personally, this is the best I have ever come across. Loads of flavour, but absolutely smooth and a long delicious peaty finish.
3rd July 2010