Brora 37 Year Old
14th Release Special Releases 2015

70cl / 50.4%
  • Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Brora 37 Year Old / 14th Release / Special Releases 2015
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The Brora bottling as part of Diageo's Special Releases 2015 has been bottled at 37 years of age – the oldest yet. Alluring aromas of bonfires, leather books and coffee, with peppery fruit on the palate. Beautifully balanced.

Distillery Bottling
37 Year Old
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  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Black Pepper Black Pepper
  • Smoke Smoke
  • Leather Leather
  • Coffee Coffee
  • Meat Meat

Brora 37 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes by Billy A

    • Nose:

      Sweet waxed fruit, mulching straw and muddy farmyards, with hints of violets and gentle, earthy smoke. As the whisky develops in the glass, maritime ozone and sea spray appear, along with richer notes of leather, driftwood and smoked ham.

    • Palate:

      Sweet and gently floral, with polished tables, freshly cut boards and a wisp of smoke. Delicate fruit emerges from behind the spice and smoke – baked apples, lemon and raisins – along with the ham from the nose and sweet cured bacon. The sweetness slowly fades on the palate, leaving barrel char bitterness, bung cloth and earthy dunnage warehouse floors.

    • Finish:

      Charcoal smoke and lingering liquorice.

    • Comment:

      For me, this is the perfect balance of Brora character – sweet, fruit and floral with a hint of farmyard, earth and smoke.

2 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    8 December 2015

    A good mineral, citric and rather smoky Brora, with some woody notes starting to show off

  • 5
    28 November 2015

    This whisky is absolutely stunning. At the age of 37 the usual alcohol smell for cask strength is very much softened to a deep oak aroma. When on tongue, the typical burning flavour of spirits rolls to the side of my tongue straight away, and leaves that silky smoothness with a rich flavour in the middle, which later goes down my throat. Exceptional.