Brora 30 Year Old
3rd Release Bot.2004

70cl / 56.6%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Brora 30 Year Old / 3rd Release / Bot.2004
£1,250 £1,041.67 ex VAT (£1,785.71 per litre)
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Diageo's third release of 30 year old whisky from Brora, Bottled in 2004 at a cask strength of 56.6%. These 30 year olds are all fantastic and this is one of the best of the bunch.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Age
30 Year Old
Bottling Date
2004
No of Bottles
3000 bottles
Country
Scotland
Region
Highland
Colouring
Yes

Brora 30 Year Old Reviews

4 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    29 January

    The term stunner isn't enough to describe the caliber of this gem...If I have to score it, even the maximum wouldn't be enough to describe how great this bottling is. I have tried other official Brora releases before (3 other probably), but never such as good as this one ...close to some Port Ellen in a way, though you get the farmy side a few minutes after your first sip. It's even an erotic experience, really...It has it all and includes a visit to a flowery, scents, sweets shop as well at a visit at the shore...ok I stop. I'll conclude saying it is the most serious pretender to the title of "Best Whisky in the World" in my opinion, and at least one of the 5 or 10 best whiskies I ever tasted in my life (out of approx. 2700 different whiskies). So please if you buy it drink it and share it with respectful friends, do not speculate on it or hide it for years in the bank/safe....Rating? Impossible or so, but let's try: 100/100 & Beyond any category -Unrational (if there is a rational one?) rating : 500/100....

  • 5
    7 August 2015

    One of the greatest OB Brora 30 years! Absolutely stunning & outstanding!!! 97 pts

  • 5
    8 January 2015

    Had a taste for a 5/5 Brora and the delivery was exactly there. This one''s only an inch better than the 2006, but within that inch there''s a lot of magic. Takes astoundingly well to water, changing with each spoonful yet remaining well integrated and full. It felt as if more water just kept intensifying the peat until it became almost unbearably powerful. One of the few bottles that deserves to be called legendary.

  • 10 September 2010

    Had a taste for big, peaty/citrussy show and the deliver was not precisely there.