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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.Tasting Notes (1)
Classic Laddie: What's in the bottle?
Bruichladdich's Classic Laddie is a no-age-statement single malt, meaning that all you know from the label is that it's at least three years old – because whisky can't legally be called whisky until it reaches that age.
While they're not, by law, allowed to put more details on the bottle, Bruichladdich want drinkers to know exactly what's in every batch of their whisky. After all, each edition of Classic Laddie is made up of around 76 different casks spanning four different vintages, seven cask types and three barley types – so there's a lot to know!
If you'd like to discover more about what's in your bottle, simply visit the Bruichladdich website and enter the five-digit code on the back to reveal the batch recipe.
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Tasting Notes by Stuart P
A hint of sea spray, but rich and plush, with punchy fruit and floral aromas.
Enticing mix of creaminess and salinity – rich and refreshing.
Nice balance between the sprightly fruit and tangy sea-spray elements.
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A thin taste as the whisky is far too young, under-aged. This is not a malt whisky. It has all the typical classless, not 'classic', features of the grain. A triumph of marketing over authenticity. Lagavulin it is not. One to avoid at all costs. The opaque blue bottle is annoying. Mine went into a decanter so that I will know what's left, eventually.
It will be my first year to try it n I dôn't that to dash it with?
A very nice dram, very floral. It was a very good surprise, with good nose and good taste.
I like its malty and creamy palate. it may be a touch young, but its still a great whisky. This is my favourite among unpeated malts. I like it very much. Will buy again and again.
Fresh, clean, floral aroma with a touch of peat smoke (close to none). BUT, in the palate you feel it's too young, little harsh. This whisky might be 5-7 years old, and for sure for such an age 50% ABV is too much.
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