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The fourth release of the legendary Bruichladdich Black Art whisky. With the recipe a mystery to everyone apart from the creator, it's still a cryptic enigma.
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This beauty changes every 10mins, every 15mins it's like a different dram, and shows so many layers and sides, there's leather, wood varnish and musk, then sherry & rich fruits, and that earthy vegetal note that unpeated Bruichladdich has! Absolutely magnificent. The guy that gave this half star probably added ice. #justsaying
20th December 2016
I have been drinking Scotch whisky for over 60 years and I have never tasted any better. I tried the Octomore 7.3 at the same Bruichladdich Master Class and it comes in a close second.
9th September 2016
Supremely complex and powerful.. yet at the same time delicate and earthy. Tried it in the black cat in Edinburgh. One of the best bang for buck i've had.
22nd August 2016
I was lucky to be able to taste this at a tasting or I never would have shelled out the $200. I'm glad I did or I would have miss out on this glorious elixir.
19th July 2016
I don't understand the reviewer who gave this a half star. I drink a lot of aged sherried whiskies including the A'Bunadh, Bunnahabhain 18, Glenlivet Nadurra Oloroso, Glendronachs. The Black Art knocked my socks off when I first tasted it and The shopkeeper gave it to me blind and asked me to guess the price. I said £200 and he said £199. I didn't hesitate. It's that good. I don't recall ever having a whisky this good before. It rewards careful study. A long and lovely evening awaits.
30th May 2016
Delicious. Absolutely delicious.
29th February 2016
I purchased a bottle of Bruichladdich, Black Arts, last week and thought I would forward my thoughts for the next sucker, I mean customer, who is looking for something really special.“Black Arts” tastes exactly the same as the Bruichladdich 10yr I bought a few years ago, for $65. I suspect it is, in-fact, the very same bottle, with a different label. There is some pretty good scotch out there for this price point, and people would be well served, who are willing to spill this kind of cash, to spend it on some other brand. It’s descent scotch, but for the price, I will forever feel like a fool every time I take a sip of it. I have 4 other bottles which are far superior, that cost nearly half the price. The only thing unique about this bottle is the descriptor on the Bruichladdich website, which waxes poetically about every tasting note under the sun, completely unrelated to the actual product. I am very disappointed to say the least…
15th December 2015
Wonderful..... For this price range it far exceeds the competitors. Its the best bottle in my cabinet for sure.
4th December 2015
Amazing, amazing and amazing. The very first touch on your tongue will make everything clear. Worth every penny.
25th August 2015
The price is high and worth it for those who can. Those who can't, enjoy the Wild Turkey!
20th March 2015
Buy this and when you're drinking it you won't be worrying about the price. It's one of the best scotches on the market right now, and with its unknown process it makes it worth the money. Sweet, deep, and like nothing I've ever had before. This is a dram you sip and think about. An hour long dram meant to be savored. A true masterpiece. If you have the money, pull the trigger.
4th July 2014
The incredibly inflated price is already being discounted. (I'm sure that was closer to $200 last I looked). I love you Brichladdich, but please resist the urge to drink your own cool-ad.
14th March 2014
The price went up by a 100? That's corporate ownership for you.
12th September 2013