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A release of just 500 bottles, this 40 year old is the oldest bottling one can find from the Bruichladdich distillery, only 100 bottles have been allocated for the UK market.
Nose: Fresh. Watermelon, honeydew melon, bruised pears, grenadine. Vibrant floral character, gentle wood smoke.
Palate: Firm, fresh. Creamy, jammy, juicy citrus, hints of mixed herbal teas.
Finish: Quite long, gentle sweetness, oaky dryness.
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Recently added the 40 year old Bruichladdich (brooke Laddie)to my collection,it will have to be a very special event if I open this beauty.Sampled a dram a few years back at £145 You get what U pay for and this is one fine dram, add a wee spot of tap water.Enjoy.
24th April 2014
I saw the movie too. Had to look this up out of curiosity and I turn 40 at the end of the month, so I have an interest in the number forty. What, no 3 cl sample for $92.97. Damn!
13th March 2013
I'd bet it was. They would have gone off budget otherwise.
4th February 2012
he drunk it in the "Morning Glory" movie. if that's was not green tea!
7th December 2010