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Bruichladdich Scottish Barley - The Classic Laddie

(70cl, 50%)

Bruichladdich Scottish Barley - The Classic Laddie
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Laddie Scottish Barley Bottling Note


Created by Jim McEwan from whisky matured in American oak casks alongside Lochindaal, and chosen to represent the classic, unpeated distillery style. Bruichladdich's new signature bottling is made with 100% Scottish barley.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Elegantly sweet with honey'd barley, boiled sweets and orange petals. Wafts of sea air.

Palate: Red apples and white grapes, with touches of sweet cinnamon and brown sugar. Still softly coastal.

Finish: Mineral-rich malt, with toffee and more honey.

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Bruichladdich Scottish Barley - The Classic Laddie Reviews

A genuinely unique flavour

The tasting notes are pretty close to perfect for me, I found this to be beautifully clean in a way that reminded me of the also excellent Dalwhinnie 15. Not peated and unlike the preponderance of sherried whiskies this is a genuinely original and distinct flavour profile.

5th February 2021

Very enjoyable

I get apricot and lots of honey. Nothing too aggressive - you could drink it every day. Fantastic whisky.

29th December 2020

Better than its aged counterpart. It's something.

Nose: Time is required to split the alcohol. Clean beautifully balanced fruit.

Palate: There is some youth in this non ruled palate. Fight past it and what remains is a not unpleasant listlessness that peters nowhere and everywhere.

After: Little to say.

1st December 2020

Diggin it in Siem Reap

My bottle is excellent..there is a code on the back you can enter on their website and find out about your batch. It is not meant to be the same batch after batch...go get a johnny walker if you want that...
Mine had 8 year as the youngest used 11 different cask types and is a delicious product..non chill coloring wonder one review was upset it was so young due to color...he only drinks the cold filtered dyed crap...
I love the 50% ABV...can add a touch of water if you prefer or an ice cube..
What is great about it is you can try a non peated Islay and then compare it to a peated Islay and smell and taste notes you thought were peat but are actually not peat at all...the sea air...something...not peat..
Next, I am buying Port Charlotte..
Cheers from Cambodia

19th August 2020

Not a review, a question.

It appears the 2016-17 reviews were not keen but since then things have improved. Is the whisky genuinely better now or are the reviewers a different?

(I do like this whisky btw, and the Port Charlotte 10 is very good too)

3rd June 2020

Barry whisky!!

Bruichladdich just seem to me to have the cleanest most invigorating flavoured whiskies - fresh

18th May 2020

A pony and artful

Dancing complexity on the palate with sweetness and satisfying finish. Sipped this all afternoon by a fire and never was wanting a peated malt. Now one of my favorites. —a long time lover of single malts who lived in Scotland.

13th April 2020

Our absolute favorite among many fine single malt Scotches.

We had never heard of Bruichladdich until we watched the "Scotch: The Golden Dream" documentary on a long airline flight. Months later it appeared on the drink menu at Richard's fine restaurant in Boise, Idaho. The first sip sold us on our new favorite single malt. We bought what may have been the last bottle in the state, and relished every last drop. Don't know what the obstacle is to shipping to us here in the colonies, but we eagerly await its resolution. Truly, nectar of the gods.

31st March 2020

This one is not for me. But I’m glad I tried a dram. And it’s still scotch- yum.

If you are reading reviews to anticipate your own experience - STOP. Errrbody is different (until you find that one reviewer you connect with). I also smell the barley on the nose, and enjoy some vanilla and spice as it goes down, very smooth to begin with. But the finish is so jagged and bitter that I’m left with a feeling that completely erases my warm first impression.

31st January 2020

Nearly Islays best

I’m a 50%er. I love Laphroaig Lore. I mean LOVE it. But this is testing all my powers of loyalty.

20th January 2020

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