What's in a name? Bruichladdich Peat whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Bruichladdich Peat whiskey, rather than whisky.
Nose: Smoky, youthful. Plenty of peat at first with developing sherry, Madeira. Caramel, vanilla.
Palate: Peaty, hay, sherry, raisins, oak, vanilla, quite coastal.
Finish: Long, bold. Peat smoke, big oak.
Had this last night. Moved into my top 5 on the first sip. Perfect!
7th March 2010
love it! peat-fans should try
27th March 2013
if you find it somewhere, buy it!
4th May 2013
I have to agree with all above, this is a classic
12th October 2013