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.
One of my favorites. Smoky, balanced, smooth. Maybe even better than the Ardbeg 10, just does not beat the Lagavulin 16 IMO. Buy it if you can get one.
2nd August 2014
I have to agree with all above, this is a classic
12th October 2013
if you find it somewhere, buy it!
4th May 2013
love it! peat-fans should try
27th March 2013
Had this last night. Moved into my top 5 on the first sip. Perfect!
7th March 2010