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A very rare Brora. This single cask was bottled by Douglas Laing, and there are just 93 bottles! Distilled in June 1981 and matured for 28 years before bottling in November 2009.
Nose: Spent matches, caramel, quite sulphured but with a decent dollop of dried fruit sweetness to balance it out.
Palate: The sulphur continues, but takes a backseat to a brilliant rush of caster sugar sweetness, dried fruits and stem ginger.
Finish: Spices, hints of rubber and oak, honeynuts.
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Sulphur, heartburn, baby sick. And thats without water. Glad only got a sample. old & rare. on eof the worst bottlings I've tasted in a long time.
11th September 2010
This bottling has nothing but sulphur (struck matches) in both nose, taste and finish. Bad cask management from the distillers to begin with...and shame on Douglas Laing for bottling this one, let alone charging 360£ for it! :-(
1st August 2010