Bruichladdich Rocks

70cl / 46%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Bruichladdich Rocks was introduced to the range in 2007, and is designed to be taken with ice ('Rocks', geddit?).
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Bruichladdich Rocks Reviews

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  • 5
    27 October 2014

    Probably the best whisky I have ever tasted, and I have tasted a few!

  • 3
    25 July 2014

    This is a high quality dram, bottled at a Bruichladdich's tradmark high alcohol content. However there is something bitter about the finish that means it is less favoured in our household. Some of the newer expressions, notably the unpeated "Scottish Barley", bottled at 50%, beat it hands down.

  • 9 May 2013

    I am new to Scotch but I find this is nice whisky. I have had it on the rocks and neat. I prefer it neat overall.

  • 5 April 2013

    Agree with Tom, best dram in a long time! Big fan of Islay Malts in general, and 'Rocks' is the first i've tried from this distillery. I really like the effect from the red wine casks, both in the colour and taste. One of the most exciting, interesting whiskies i've tried so far! Looking forward to more from Bruichladdich.

  • 18 October 2012

    Tried this excellent dram for the first time this week..............a.stonishing !! Best I have drank in a long time

  • 17 September 2012

    Actually, it was designed to be "very much as an early evening, long whisky on the rocks," aimed at the overseas market as stated by then master distiller Jim McEwan in Whisky Dream Waking A Giant. So while the branding may refer to the Geology, rocks were intended - (even if it tastes great as it) And btw - the red wine hints are due to a transfer to Syrah casks.

  • 6 September 2012

    Very pleased with this one. I didn't have it with rocks but just a teaspoon of water. It says on the bottle it is unpeated, but it is lightly peated and all the better for it. On the nose, it is fresh and coastal, another reviewer described it in these terms and I'd say that is spot on. On tasting, I get very subtle peat and smoke, brineyness and a hint of red wine. I got this for 27 quid and I am very happy with my purchase.

  • 21 June 2012

    Good whisky but why so many daft names from this distillery??

  • 20 February 2012

    Fruity (red small berries, strawberries, pear), saline, smooth ... great value for your buck.

  • 26 January 2012

    Bloody brilliant whisky..nuff said

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