In the mouth shows a Bruichladdich typical character, which fits through the long maturation better than younger Bruichladdich to the overall picture. The perfection of the smell can not quite be repeated, but great enjoyment remains.
The long finish forms a round conclusion.
A great, if not perfect, whisky that once again proves that Bruichladdichs are best when you give them time in the barrel.
A great whisky.
It starts with cherries, followed by sherry, earth, wet, mellow wood, red grape juice, plum, dark pie crust
Appearance, wonderfully oily body, sweet sherry notes flood the mouth, followed by a slightly acidic note, a distant memory of the fermented fruit, which characterize younger Bruichladdichs, a hint of sulfur envelops the taste of chocolate and cherries, barely bitterness, subtracted from one gentle caramel note. In the second sip, there is some oak in the form of delicate bitterness.
Bitter chocolate notes, black tart cherries, a touch of sulfur, dry sherry, finely flavored Oloroso, sherry and cherries remain on the palate for a long time