Bruichladdich Classic Laddie
Scottish Barley

70cl / 50%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Bruichladdich Classic Laddie / Scottish Barley
Web Exclusive Price £43.55 £36.29 ex VAT (£62.21 per litre)
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Bruichladdich's Scottish Barley is made entirely from Scottish-grown barley, trickle distilled and then matured in American oak. The distillery class it as their signature bottling.

Awarded Malt of the Month June 2015
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  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Peach Peach
  • Salt (powder) Salt (powder)
  • Smoke Smoke
  • Cream Cream

Bruichladdich Classic Laddie Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Stuart P

    Nose: A hint of sea spray, but rich and plush, with punchy fruit and floral aromas.

    Palate: Enticing mix of creaminess and salinity – rich and refreshing.

    Finish: Nice balance between the sprightly fruit and tangy sea-spray elements.

6 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    30 December 2016

    Fantastic. I find it has a wonderful sweet toffee smell to it and does have a very so slight smoaky tang to it in my pallet. Very very smooth!

  • 4
    24 November 2016

    I'd seen some pretty poor reviews of this whisky and that along with the fairly steep pricetag put me off buying a bottle. However, I saw a bottle behind the bar when up visiting Orkney and thought I'd order a dram to try for myself. I ended up being pleasantly surprised and enjoyed it far more than any of the other three whiskies I tried that night. A pleasant whisky and very drinkable. Still maybe slightly expensive for what it is but I will be ordering a bottle off the back of the sample I tried.

  • 5
    3 June 2016

    An incredibly dram, soft yet fiesty! Light, sweet, vanilla with a subtle nutty/salty finish.

  • 3
    5 January 2016

    I agree,it needs a little drop of water to release its fruity flavours.It is a decent drop.

  • 3
    15 December 2015

    I tried this firstly without adding water, and got that astringent whack of new oak, furniture polish and little else... you can tell it's a youngster. But with some water, it thankfully softens. It still tastes young, but the stewed apple taste (which in older Bruichladdich's I've tasted grows into gorgeous toffee-apple flavours), starts to come out. It's also quite dry (that'll be the oak tannins again). It's pleasant but not complex, and not a star.

  • 5
    5 December 2015

    Absolutely lovely. A true classic scotch. This is how it should be done. Delightful !