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Bruichladdich 19 Year Old 1989 - Black Art

(70cl, 51.1%)

Bruichladdich 19 Year Old 1989 - Black Art

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Bruichladdich Black Art Bottling Note

A limited edition of just 6,000 bottles worldwide, this was the first 19 year old Bruichladdich, matured in bourbon and a medley of wine casks. It follows on from the Blacker Still expression and was matured in the "stygian darkness of Warehouse No. 12".

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Big and grape like. Lots of damp oak, berry fruits, musty and complex.

Palate: Sweet, berry fruits, rich, grapey. Brandy, jams.

Finish: Long and fruity, cereals.

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Bruichladdich 19 Year Old 1989 - Black Art Reviews

A sublime "Laddie" experience

This is my first taste of any Bruichladdich malt, and what an introduction it was! Heavy sherry on the nose. Grapes come rushing to tease the tastebuds along with a wash of wood. Firstly sweet, then long woody aftertaste. A truly immense flavour. Would buy again.

27th February 2011

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