Bruichladdich Waves

70cl / 46%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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This is the repackaged edition of Bruichladdich Waves, which has now dropped its age statement (and the peating level slightly too, we're told). In this case, the finishing casks are Madeira.
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Bruichladdich Waves Reviews

10 Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous 4 April 2012

    Peaty nose but surprisingly smooth taste. I call this the "Islay for those who think they don't like Islay". A great introduction to the region.

  • Mikko 5 March 2011

    Ahh... salt and peat. What a companions!

  • Ben Moore 8 July 2010

    This was my first Ladee and I would say I'm impressed. The smokiness is right where I like it, a bit more than Highland Park and despite the 46% ,could be the smoothest scotch you've ever had. There's not much complexity but still I really don't see how a non-aged dram can be any better.

  • peatapal 16 April 2010

    woow what a great whisky.its 7 years old only but so smooth fruity some of the best i have tast.try this you will love it worth every skilling

  • Peat seeking missile ;0) 9 February 2010

    I have to say I thought this was a good dram for the money. Salty hit with light oil and peat, and another wave of the salty sea air! Not bad at all - and considering Im more of a peat heavy fan, this one goes down very well!

  • Anonymous 19 January 2010

    Good, but not as good IMHO as the Ten or the Second Edition. The Ten took a while to grow on me, and this one is as well. At the moment I'm partial to Ardbeg and Caol Ila, but this is nice for variety.

  • Malt man alan - Bedford 24 December 2009

    Seduced by marketing and make up! Another example of a Laddie dressed better than the taste. Quite spirity and oily! Thank goodness Ardbeg, Lagavulin and Laphroig are not of similar mind!

  • rico 30 November 2009

    The average age is 7 YO. Very smooth as for such a young whisky. Very good value for money:)

  • karl ayton 20 March 2009

    I loved it

  • Anonymous 11 July 2008

    It wouldn't be Bruichladdich without some wine cask tomfoolery, of course. *Sigh*