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Bruichladdich Golder Still 1984 (23 Year Old)

(70cl, 51%)

Bruichladdich Golder Still 1984 (23 Year Old)

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Bruichladdich Golder Still Bottling Note

This single malt from Bruichladdich was distilled in 1984 and matured in 'dumpy' squat bourbon hogsheads for 23 years. The casks proffered greater wood contact and have imparted a golden hue to the whisky, thus the name Golder Still.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Good body. Oily, nutty. Malted barley, cereal sweetness. Dried fruit.

Palate: Sweet, juicy barley. Cut fruits, peels, touch of marmalade.

Finish: Dark peat, winter spices, smoky, warming oak.

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Bruichladdich Golder Still 1984 (23 Year Old) Reviews

A Treasure that will be missed

I had the pleasure of sampling two bottles in the last three years and am saddened that it is no longer available.

3rd June 2015

pure liquid gold!

I found a bottle of this on Vancouver Island and it's amazing! Very powerful and bold scotch! Definitely a hidden treasure.

9th January 2015

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