Bruichladdich was founded in 1881 and can be found on the North shore of Loch Indaal, Islay. The Distillery looks across the water at Bowmore Distillery. Bruichladdich was constructed in 1881 by Robert William and John Gourlay Harvey. Bruichladdich is not a ‰ÛÏTraditional‰ Islay whisky as it is only slightly peated. It has the complex Islay taste but does not over power you with that punch of smoke like other Islay Whiskies.
This fine Alexander Murray bottling of Bruichladdich 21 Year old Single Malt is very special.
Aroma: Full bodied. Initial oily, then sweet
Palate: Sweet Scottish tablet and hints of nuts
Finish: Complex but smooth to finish.
A luscious and rich expression from the Livet region of Speyside. Tomintoul, a relatively young distillery in Ballindalloch on the Glenlivet Estate, has been producing fine whisky since 1964. Often producing a spirit with sweet, rich raisin and sugar-barley character Tomintoul is one of the more approachable single malts from Speyside. We have chosen to bottle this expression at cask strength.
This Alexander Murray Tomintoul is distinctive and pleasing, like a good dessert ‰ÛÒ approachable and not too challenging. Great after dinner. Matured in ex-bourbon casks.
Aroma: Toffee apple, raisin, maple syrup
Palate: Medium-bodied: Sweet barley, sponge cake, sultana
Finish: Light, sweet butterscotch, fruit cake
90 Points Wine Enthusiast-This French single malt opens with aromas of caramel, honey and fresh pear. A surprising billow of smoke unfolds on the palate, mellowed by touches of honey and salted caramel. A splash of water provides balance to the fiery finish that pops with cayenne and heat.
Complex yet perfectly balanced, our 12 Years Old reflects the raw essence of Bowmore - thrashing waves, windswept landscapes and generations of tradition. Bowmore 12 Years Old has received much critical acclaim; the late, great whisky writer Michael Jackson proclaimed it ”remarkably long and complex”. We like to think of it as vanilla ice cream at a beach bonfire.
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