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This bottling from Bruichladdich has been so-named 'redder still' for its scarlet hue, this single malt is a limited release of just 4,080 bottles, distilled in 1984, it has attained its colour from the Chateau Lafleur Pomerol wine cask it was finished in.
Nose: Full, cooked fruit, stem ginger, fruit. Milky coffee. Esters, jam on buttered toast.
Palate: Full, thick mouthfeel, sweetness, spicy oak. Tart berries, spices, becomes something quite hot. Juicy.
Finish: Warm, supple, dry nuttiness, walnut, chestnut and mochaccino.
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