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Bruichladdich 24 Year Old 1992 - Black Art 5

(70cl, 48.4%)

Bruichladdich 24 Year Old 1992 - Black Art 5

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Bruichladdich Black Art 5 Bottling Note

The fifth release in Bruichladdich's Black Art series, and their first with Adam Hannett at the helm following Jim McEwan's retirement. As ever, don't expect to find out the Black Art recipe from the Bruichladdich chaps - they're keeping their lips sealed tight.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dense vanilla and brown sugar, joined by zesty citrus and tropical fruit.

Palate: Pineapple and mango, cigar box, toasted oak, red berries.

Finish: Creamy and long, with another sweet hint of strawberry.

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Bruichladdich 24 Year Old 1992 - Black Art 5 Reviews


Superlative. Heavenly. Transporting. From the complex nose, to the complicated, layered flavoring of spices and fruits. Worthy of the long, slow savoring of small sips - if you can restrain yourself.

12th November 2018

Long live the King

This Royal Eminence the King, Emperor and Supreme-Beloved-Glorious-Leader of whisky. All others must show their fealty and bow down before the Black Art like pitiful, vieux jeu, worthless serfs. Black Art has the resplendent golden brown colouration of God’s eyes and Adonis’ sun kissed flesh. The nose takes one back to youthful escapades rolling in spring meadows buxom lemans. Then the palate is an explosive symphony of risqué fruit flavours which brings to mind the Luftwaffe bombing a jam factory, there are also hints of Turkish Tobacco. The finish is long and warming like the loving caress of a New Orleans madame.

30th March 2018


There are no words

24th February 2018


1st January 2018

I don't say this lightly

This is honestly one of the best drams I've ever had.

24th November 2017


No words......phenomenal.

12th November 2017

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