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Bruichladdich 23 Year Old 1990 - Black Art 4

(70cl, 49.2%)

Bruichladdich 23 Year Old 1990 - Black Art 4

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Bruichladdich Black Art 4 Bottling Note

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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Bruichladdich 23 Year Old 1990 - Black Art 4 Reviews

Oh the layers

The nose is amazing, vanilla pudding, sherry, toffee and it changes after sitting for about 15 mins. The palate is truly unique, lots of flavor, I agree this one needs time and patience because it continuously develops different flavor profiles. The finish could be longer, but it’s pronounced enough, I was amazed, this bottle won’t last long in my house, it’s unique and more different than anything else I’ve ever had. Amazing!

7th July 2020

Somewhere deep in there is some Port casks and some seriously sharp notes on the nose

The nose alone was worth the price of the bottle.

Looking forward to several different ways to enjoy.

10th November 2019

Incredible.

This is a truly special whisky. It is a pricey one (if you can even find it now), but it really does justify the cost. It's one to really take your time with, as it changes so much with time in the glass. Can't recommend it enough.

28th May 2018

flying off after one sip

as others wrote before me: no words. have a sip and dip into the skies. an experience.

14th May 2018

Discontinued SHAME !

Sorry it has been discontinued. Oh well lots more to try. A great dram.

4th March 2018

Awesome

Wow just had this today (bought a bottle a few days ago) and it's simply amazing. Not an everyday dram but I would if I had endless cash. Complex, no heat at 49.2%ABV, just tons of Flavors to pick out. An unpeated Islay that's disguised as a Highland malt. 23 years old and drinks vibrant and fresh yet has maturity in mouthfeel, finish and complexity. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Worth it if you can live without the $350

4th March 2018

The Best Whisky ever created.

This is Ambrosia. This is what the gods drink. I became a new man after this dram. There are truly no words to describe this.

24th February 2018

Just don't add ice

THE best... THE BEST out there. At least one of THE BEST.

Six stars out of five.

9th November 2017

Simply Scotlands finest - thank you Jim.

Simply the finest malt I have had the pleasure to drink. Enjoyed a bottle of the 3.1, deeply sad when it ended. Helped Bruichladdich out by consuming a good few drams of the 4.1 at a London masterclass - shame to leave the bottle still with content. I was content to help another guest polish off the last 25%. The 5.1 is also very, very good. All the expressions of Black Art are deeply complex, smooth and layer after layer of sensual pleasure on the tongue. A small 20cl bottle of 5.1 from an understanding wife to drink on my 60th birthday.

And have now found two on-line retailers in Scotland with 4.1 at a penny off £200. Could I resist. No, of course not.

To the doubters with their negative reviews below..... I note you all add the 's' to make it arts and talk in dollars. Hmmmm. Does that mean something? Probably not. Please send excess stocks back to the UK marked for my attention!

PS I forgot to say - I like this :-)

22nd June 2017

Take it seriously

It's Black Art.
Not Black Arts.
If you can't get the name right, can you honestly expect anyone to take anything else you say about it seriously?
Seriously.

3rd May 2017

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