Bruichladdich has been transformed since 2000 from a worthy but rather dull distillery into one of the most exciting, recognisable and innovative brands, not only on Islay, but in the entire whisky world. This has been down to many factors, but chief amongst these must be the marriage of the marketing genius of Mark Reynier and his team, couple ... Read More »
A 15 year old distillery bottling of Bruichladdich from the 1990s, the years before they reopened in their current guise under the watchful eye of Murray McDavid. This is an interesting tall bottle with a definite maritime air to the design.
This 1986 vintage Bruichladdich was specially selected by Country Life & Jim McEwan in 2001. This whisky has been matured in an Oloroso Sherry cask for 15 years and bottled at 46%. Only 800 bottles of this special whisky were released.
The third edition in Bruichladdich's DNA series, examining the component parts that make the distillery's whiskies tick. This one marries together some of their best casks of the 1980s - their final batch of sherry butts. Bottled at cask strength and limited to only 1665 bottles, this is one for all fans and collectors of Bruichladdich.
The fourth of Bruichladdich's 'Legacy' bottlings of the oldest whiskies inherited by the distillery's new owners. This 32 year-old was released in 2005 and was the smallest run of the Legacy series, with a release of just 820 bottles.
The 4th edition in Bruichladdich's DNA series, digging into the heart and soul of the distillery's character. This time it's from 1985 and has been aged for 12 years before cask selection and bottling.