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Subtitled after Julio Cortázar's short story La Noche Bocca Arriba, Bruichladdich Cuvee 407 is a 21 year old whisky which was aged in American oak and finished in rich, sweet Pedro Ximenez sherry casks. Delicious.
Nose: Huge aromas of spice and chocolate. Toffee apples, marmalade and black treacle. Sticky toffee pudding and cherries.
Palate: Raisins and soft spice. Big notes of vanilla, marmalade and rich oak. Very aromatic and intense. Lovely and thick malt core.
Finish: Long, spicy finish. Sherried oak and fruit.
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for the price this whisky is incredible ,would stand up to whiskys twice the price .thick rich and so tasty . glad i bought two .
10th March 2013
1st February 2013
One of the best whiskies I have ever had. Syrupy fruits and dangerously smooth, with the alcohol showing up only as warming afterglow of honey in the throat. A little like the Cuvée C but even silkier and a deeper feel to it. Nearest thing I have tried was the superb 1973 legacy bottling from the same distillery, which I was fortunate to sample. A side note couldn't Master of Malt have a whisky diagram of all the whiskies? Not exactly sure what it would look like but the ones I've seen have been fun and quite good for giving a comparison of flavours.