- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Scottish Barley
- 50.0 % Vol.
- 200 ml
- Added on
- 06 Jan 2015 4:34 pm by RoyC
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Whisky Reviews for Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 82.42 points
- Bruichladdich lemonade
3 cl The Classic Laddie
2 cl cointreau
1.5 cl lemon
1.5 cl lime
stir with the Stirer in the Bruichladdich tumbler, add 3 ice cubes and then fill up with 7Up. A real recommendation for the barbecue season and the combination underscores the notes of the Bruichladdich immensely.
- No wrong dram, firm but also with some sweetness. Finish is a bit on the short side. Whether it really is a stay in my whisky cabinet I dare to doubt, really a 'BFYB' is not it in my eyes.
- Dram with character, combination of some pepperiness and especially sweet.
Fruity, red fruit, peach, some banana. Also sweet, honey, vanilla.
Peppery, sweet, honey, vanilla, caster sugar. Oak. Also tends to a bit of a bitter undertone.
Somewhat short. Peperig, again a bit bitter, warm, sweet. Wood.
- This whisky did not interest me. It's very rough and sharp, but not much more. It might be a little awaited because it's CS - maybe a drop of water would help? But I think it's already over. In the matte comparison with Port Charlotte from Bruichladdich, what I drank half a year ago (unfortunately without notes) is this drop.
Alcoholic sharpness, after a while sweetness. I do not regret anything more.
Sharp, sweeter, after a while smoother, but overall it is very young and rough
- Whisky Tasting, Café de Toeter Groningen, 27-12-2015
is a bit disappointing, much too well balanced. Little red fruit, slightly salty
Tasty, little medicinal
Sweet. Sugar syrup. Honey. Vanilla. Grain. Pears. A hint of mint. Floral. Sea breeze.
Spicy. Sweet. Brown sugar. Cereals. Vanilla. Pears. Some pepper. Saliva stimulating.
Long. Honey. Warming. Pepper. Oak. Peppermint provides a fresh finish.