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Founded in 1881 by the Harvey brothers, the Bruichladdich distillery closed in 1994. Bought in 2001 by a group of enthusiasts and independent bottler Murray McDavid, in 2012 it became the property of Remy Cointreau. From 1970 to 1994, the distillery produced an unpeated single malt which is showcased in this remarkable version. Staying close to the grain, it succeeds the impressive feat of combining richness and finesse. Therefore particularly Bruichladdich, its palette of aromas and flavours is a subtle blend of floral, fruity, vanilla, spicy, medicinal, salty and luscious notes.
Profile: the slender initial nose is an ode to malted barley. Allowed to breathe, it becomes medicinal, vanilla and fruity (pear). It lingers with notes of aromatic plants (savory). The delicate attack is generous and juicy (Williams pear). On the mid-palate, red fruits (strawberry, raspberry) appear. The fermentation-reminiscent finish is milky (coconut, almond). Salty notes of samphire.