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Bruichladdich 14 Year Old 1994 Kosher Wine Finish

(70cl, 46%)

Bruichladdich 14 Year Old 1994 Kosher Wine Finish

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Bruichladdich 14 Kosher Bottling Note

14 year old Bruichladdich, this was aged for 14 years in bourbon casks before being finished in Kosher wine casks from the Carmel winery in Israel.

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Bruichladdich 14 Year Old 1994 Kosher Wine Finish Reviews

Thank Goodness They Didn't Buy Ardbeg!

Having tried this after a recent visit to the Bruichladdich Distillery I feel very grateful that the Bruichladdich team were not able to buy their first choice Distillery Ardbeg. I shudder to think what the marketing team would have done with the incomparable Ardbeg. This really is a very poor malt once again dressed up absurdly.

6th April 2011

The Lunatics Have Taken Over The Asylum!

Completely agree with the above comments.So many distilleries disguise average malts with fancy finishes. Bruichladdich may well be achieving good sales but they are not doing the Islay tradition or experience any favours!

17th December 2010

Whatever Next from the Marketing Team?

Honestly how far can the marketing team at Bruichladdich go! Yet another very ordinary offering dressed up to disguise the blandness. Now they even bring religion into the marketing. Thank goodness for Laphroaig, Ardbeg and Lagavulin the true taste of Islay!

31st October 2010

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