Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Speyburn
Style Single Malt Whisky

Bradan Orach

Bradan Orach is Gaelic for Golden Salmon, the very best kind of salmon. A no age statement Speyburn, named for the River Spey, a great spot for salmon fishing.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Fruity, malty. Orchard fruits, blossom, hints of light citrus, creamy.

Palate Fruity and balanced. Lots of creamy vanilla, hints of spice. Oak.

Finish Quite long, oak, spice.

Winner of 7 spirit awards

Distillers Single Malts - Speyside - No Age - 2018
International Spirits Challenge
Single Malt Scotch - No Age Statement - 2022
San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Speyside No Age Statement - 2019
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Speyside No Age Statement - 2018
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business)
Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Speyburn Bradan Orach
Bought on a whim. Under 30 dollars. Speyside no less. Worth the gamble for sure. The fruit is delicious. A little sharp on the tongue but not for long. Makes a great everyday whisky.
Scotsmam , United States
3 months ago
The clue is the 'no age' statement. Needs more time in the cask. A bit thin in body/taste. A drop of water does help release the vapours. Having said all that, for the price (especially if further discounted) an acceptable quaff.
Mike , United Kingdom
5 months ago
good choice for this price
Soft pleasant whiskey with a pleasant light aftertaste. I'm afraid to be biased because I love Speyburn whiskies.
Dmitriy , Russian Federation
9 months ago
Noce product
Good whiskey for the price. I like it very much and the young taste it has is everything that i love in singlemalt whiskey. It can be little rough but sure i am too.
James O , Finland
one year ago
Caramel, sulphur, a little oily
Well, I don't think your tasters were drinking the same bradan orach that I am supping now. I'm getting some caramel but also a definite reduced sulphur kick...reminds me of a spring in the Castle Grounds of Stornoway, used by seafarers of the past. The water comes from a peat bog. Maybe that's what feeds Speyburn. It's different and I'm getting to like it. Definitely a bit young and raw, but I like that too.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Rough. Sure, it’s a single malt. But it’s just too young, thin and rough to be enjoyable. Add a little more for the 10 Year old. Or a little less for a decent blend.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Waste of money
I would have done better with a bottle of Teachers....even cheap Bells is better than that.
Sebastian , Ireland
2 years ago
Nice whisky, good price at £18
Bought another 2 bottles of this whisky this morning when I went to local Spar shop for bread rolls. A fine dram in the evening for a night-cap, and at £18 per bottle it is a good buy.
Deadeye D , United Kingdom
2 years ago
I am not a Scotch whisky expert, believe me. I have tried the 10 yr old and it is wonderful! Thought I would sample this because of the description, and the fact that the other Speyburn product is so good. Anyway, I think that this very young spirit is terrific! Exactly what I expected. It is too bad a lot of the experts say it is too young to drink yet. I think (and I don't know) that this is "price point" whisky for Speyburn. Well it works for my budget! Thanks!
Daniel P C , United States
2 years ago
Great price for a good sip.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago