Bruichladdich 16 Year Old - First Growth Cuvée C: Margaux (Chateau Margaux) Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
Product details
Bruichladdich 16 Year Old - First Growth Cuvée C: Margaux (Chateau Margaux)
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Islay Whisky
Distillery/Brand Bruichladdich
Style Single Malt Whisky

Bruichladdich Cuvée C

Your chance to taste Bruichladdich with the added finesse of a First Growth wine from Bordeaux! This is the third release, 'Cuvée C' which was finished in Chateau Margaux casks. Très bien!

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

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Reviews for Bruichladdich 16 Year Old - First Growth Cuvée C: Margaux (Chateau Margaux)
one down, three more to go
Bought the first bottle after reading the reviews here. Bought the remaining three in my local outlet after a generous sampling of the first bottle. Unfortunately, the last bottle in the province went a few hours ago as of this writing . I am right now pondering wether to open bottle number 2. Such a pity there is no more to be had forevermore. If it is possible to be in love with a whisky, then I AM IN LOVE.
Master of Malt Customer
11 years ago
Amazingly smooth
Might be the smoothest, silkiest whisky I’ve ever tasted. It’s magnificent, just so so delicate and yet at the same time bold. Fruits there, cherries, a sort of plum jam. What an incredible sweet, mildly spiced, and balanced dram, with an amazing weight in the mouth. It possesses and incredibly mouth-watering texture. Quite unlike any whisky I’ve ever had, and the finish goes on and on. Wonderful.
Master of Malt Customer
13 years ago
An Ace!
Absolutely wicked!

The closest thing I've ever found to the distillery only 'Valinch' bottlings, which are created by Jim McEwan for their 'Sex Appeal'. Worryingly drinkable, every taste is just a wow moment and the finish seems to last for ages. Beautifully balanced with plenty of fruit in there, ideal on a cold winters night. A real cracker, the best dram I've had in a long while.

You can find Jim McEwan's tasting notes here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpm-XsgULGQ
Master of Malt Customer
13 years ago