Peaty nose but surprisingly smooth taste. I call this the "Islay for those who think they don't like Islay". A great introduction to the region.
- anonymous, 4th Apr '12
Ahh... salt and peat. What a companions!
- Mikko, 5th Mar '11
This was my first Ladee and I would say I'm impressed. The smokiness is right where I like it, a bit more than Highland Park and despite the 46% ,could be the smoothest scotch you've ever had. There's not much complexity but still I really don't see how a non-aged dram can be any better.
- Ben Moore, 8th Jul '10
woow what a great whisky.its 7 years old only but so smooth fruity some peat.one of the best i have tast.try this you will love it worth every skilling
- peatapal, 16th Apr '10
I have to say I thought this was a good dram for the money. Salty hit with light oil and peat, and another wave of the salty sea air! Not bad at all - and considering Im more of a peat heavy fan, this one goes down very well!
- Peat seeking missile ;0), 9th Feb '10
Good, but not as good IMHO as the Ten or the Second Edition. The Ten took a while to grow on me, and this one is as well. At the moment I'm partial to Ardbeg and Caol Ila, but this is nice for variety.
- anonymous, 19th Jan '10
Seduced by marketing and make up! Another example of a Laddie dressed better than the taste. Quite spirity and oily! Thank goodness Ardbeg, Lagavulin and Laphroig are not of similar mind!
- Malt man alan - Bedford, 24th Dec '09
The average age is 7 YO. Very smooth as for such a young whisky. Very good value for money:)
- rico, 30th Nov '09
I loved it
- karl ayton, 20th Mar '09
It wouldn't be Bruichladdich without some wine cask tomfoolery, of course. *Sigh*
- anonymous, 11th Jul '08
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