70cl / 48.6%
38 Year Old Special Releases 2016
- Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Wet wool (wet dog)
Brora 1977 Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy Abbott (TWE)
Waxed boots and jackets, damp blankets and dogs, meaty touches with a hint of farmyard, autumn-leaf bonfires, musty cheese rind (in a good way) and a touch of tinned pineapple.
Soft and sweet, with sugared almonds and milk-chocolate-covered hazelnuts balanced by a light floral sweetness and a background of earthiness and hay. Sweet liquorice touches build along with red fruit gums and gentle smoke.
Icing sugar, dark chocolate, earthy smoke and soft spice.
While the phrase ‘typical Brora’ seems a bit damning, it’s actually a good thing. It balances the smoke and earthiness with the other side of Brora’s character: sweet and fruity notes. It is a typical Brora: very good.
1 Customer Review
This is one of the best Broras I've tried! The taste was absolutely delicious. I would rather buy this bottle than Port Ellen for double the price. This is the best Brora.