Bruichladdich Classic Laddie
Scottish Barley

70cl / 50%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Bruichladdich Classic Laddie / Scottish Barley
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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
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Country
Scotland
Region
Islay

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • 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 !