Nose: Wonderfully malty with a bit of coastal, pebble beach character. Sweet, ripe clementine too.
Palate: The palate opens with clean barley, then moves on to vibrant orange peel and a generous helping of fruit salad.
Finish: Re-emergence of the clean barley for the mid-length finish, which just begs you to take another sip. Oh, go on, then!
Overall: A very moreish Bruichladdich indeed, one that would definitely earn a Brucie Bonus (or was that Play Your Cards Right...?)