Speyburn Bradan Orach

70cl / 40%
  • Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Speyburn Bradan Orach
Web Exclusive Price £24.25 £20.21 ex VAT (£34.64 per litre)
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A no-age-statement expression from Speyburn. Bradan Orach means Golden Salmon, according to our exhaustive research.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Speyside
Colouring
Yes

Speyburn Bradan Orach Reviews

12 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    15 September

    I like this stuff. Yeah it isn't as nice as my prefered Springbank, but for a daily dram it is a lot nicer than any blend I have tried for the same price as a blend

  • 4
    25 May

    We've had their 10 a few times so decided to add a bottle of this whisky to our last order and give it a try. By comparison it doesn't give the depth of 10, that said it's a really nice, easy to pour whisky at a very good price, which from my experience isn't easy to come by! Would buy again.

  • 1
    5 January

    Pretty awful - it tastes more like tequila than whisky. I was going to take it back to the shop thinking there was something way wrong with it, but judging by other reviews elsewhere this is just the way it tastes. How anyone can give this a 4 or 5 star review beggars belief!

  • 1
    26 December 2015

    This is poor. This whisky does not taste very natural and I am kicking myself for not buying the 10 year old!!

  • 4
    10 December 2015

    Quarter way through my first bottle of this and it isn't half bad. Yes, it is 40%, almost certainly chill-filtered and there is no age statement so you suspect it is fairly young, but it doesn't taste at all harsh. In fact the flavour is sweet, with a spiced honey and vanilla flavour that anyone who likes Speyside whiskies should appreciate. Don't expect the complexity of age statemented whiskies that cost a fair bit more, but equally if you can get this at the right price it is an awful lot better than the vast majority of blended scotches that it then competes with on price. The nose is initially disappointing with some rubber in there, but add a drop of water and leave for a few minutes in the glass to open up and this reduces greatly. In summary for the money a great single malt.

  • 4
    28 August 2015

    Good value malt

  • 5
    15 January 2015

    Got a bottle at the right price .free .tastes good to me.I like drinking it not smelling.tastes better that way

  • 3
    17 August 2014

    i actually dont like this kind of malts but its not bad as all said very good price to an overall malt buy a bottle for collection buy one to drink thats all

  • Anonymous 22 February 2013

    Very disappointing whisky. The nose is interesting with vibrant fruit and pineapple but unfortunately the interest of this whisky lies solely in the nose. The main detectable tasting note is cardboard. Granted this is smooth, but smooth what? It doesn't taste of anything. And the finish is non existent. The packaging was attractive but sadly it is this whisky's strongest feature. Not a whisky or even a distillery which I will purchase again.

  • David Simpson 15 February 2011

    A very good whisky I first tried this in FortLauderdale Liked it so much I brought a bottle home It is an excellent tasting whisky similar to Highland Park 8 year old whisky A snip at it's present price well worth a try

  • Gordon McPherson 14 January 2011

    ALovely sweet tasting Malt beautiful on the Rocks i normally Drink Highland Park 12 year old or Singleton of Dufftown i bought this in Tyndrum near The Highlands for a Amazing Price i would Recommend this to any one wishing to try Malt whiskey for the First Time

  • Randy W... 24 April 2010

    This review is on the 10 year old brand. This is definitely a keeper. Excellent on the rocks. A sweet peaty flavor, goes down smooth. Excellent with a pipe full of Burley tobacco. I like this one more than Jamesons or Bushmills. Would definitely purchase again. Now I gotta try their Speyburn Solera 25 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky.