Right at the beginning, an opulent cheese note or the described cheese feet becomes noticeable. Melted cheese is infused with sweet vanilla, butter biscuits and cake dough stimulate the salivation. Apricots and mandarins appear discreetly, the Laddie pulls creamy through the nose. The alcohol is beautifully harmoniously integrated, gradually dissolve citrus aromas from the aroma of cheese cubes on shortcrust pastry. A few drops of lemon juice are distributed, sweet and sour fruit components play together.
The taste is dominated by a creamy cheese note. Relatively quickly, wooden elements come to the fore, the alcohol shows its powerful side and burns easily on the tongue. A pinch of pepper and salt spreads to the tongue and on the palate, a cozy warmth and pleasant sharpness merge together. Sweet and creamy, the second sip flows through the mouth and immediately stimulates the salivation. Meadow herbs and abrasion of lemon peel ends in a subtle salt crust, the Bruichladdich makes on its way into the stomach centimeter-wise in the esophagus noticeable and even warms the stomach ;-)
Still, plump warmth dresses the palate, subtle sharpness sticks to the tip of the tongue, sweetness dances on the palate while slowly spicy wood tones emerge. Shortly, meadow herbs and lemon show up again before the aftertaste is only characterized by fine oak.