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Speyburn Bradan Orach

(70cl, 40%)

Speyburn Bradan Orach

Bradan Orach Bottling Note

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.

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Speyburn Bradan Orach Reviews

Tasty

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!

25th April 2021

smooth

Great price for a good sip.

24th April 2021

Nice smooth drink

Given one as a gift very smooth

12th February 2021

High in tails?

As a distiller who produces both single malt and bourbon whiskeys, among other spirits, so far I am not a fan of this product. It tastes as though the Distillery is not cutting the tails from the batches in time producing weak and rather awful flavors. The copper also needs to be cleaned more frequently with a neutral cleaner. The bourbon barrels must be getting stripped or they are very old, no bourbon notes are picked up at all.

The grassy tastes could also be coming from poorly produced malt that is to green. Had that happen to us. Threw it out. I would have done better with a bottle of Teachers, but live and learn.

1st September 2020

Easy-Drinking

Sherry sweet finish, on an otherwise soft and easy-drinking whisky. Good value for money to boot.

25th August 2020

Value for money

Excellent Whisky
Sweet and is best drinking rather than sipping. Noting added.
Glad I tried it and will buy in the future

29th July 2020

Simple, Inexpensive

One dimensional. Notes of alcohol kind of overpower a lot of the nose and some of the taste, but it smells of a grassy field, with some toffee bites. Light and simple, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Very affordable which helps it’s cause. I’ve found in my life that there’s a difference between cheap and inexpensive, and this is the later of the two. Worth buying to keep around or make a rusty nail with.

Gives me heartburn but I keep drinking it so that’s gotta mean something

31st May 2020

Excellent priced for the money

A fine Speyside whisky for the money...I picked a bottle up for £18 as the sweet speyside whiskys are my favourite...nice golden colour with notes of vanilla and fruits...yes it’s a young whisky and not as full bodied as most like...but for under £20 this is hard to beat...drank far worse for double the price

28th April 2020

Great value

Absolutely love this one, great taste and smooth, recommend it.

26th April 2020

Totally worth it

Reasonably priced. Reminds of Glenmorangie.

18th April 2020

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