- Whiskybase ID
- Single Malt
- Moon-Import (MI)
- Bottling serie
- De Viris Illustribus
- Oak Cask
- Number of bottles
- 50.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Added on
- 28 may 2009 8:24 am
15 × in wishlist
29 × member ratings
30 × in collection
Whisky Reviews for Bruichladdich 1983 MI
7 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 89.50 points
- When I tried it, I was happy, and surprised that in January I already tried this wonderful nectar.
Nose. Dry branches. PU'er tea.
Warm plum jam, fruit essence, caramel Bon Bon candy. A little iodine. The taste is sweet, very bright, buckwheat honey. Aftertaste. Sweet, scalding, with salt at the end.
Dry branches. PU'er tea.
Warm plum jam, fruit essence, caramel Bon Bon candy. A little iodine.
The taste is sweet, very bright, buckwheat honey.
Sweet, scalding, with salt at the end.
- A very interesting one, not a typical Islay, very herbal and oily.
Unique. Herb medicine, a large portion of peat, a touch of leather, buttermilk, crystallized orange, quite mineral, seashore. A big nose with huge complexity, very different Bruichladdich.
Very sweet beginning, a lot of seaweeds, olives, rich diesel, fresh melons, very complex and tasty! Some tyre and lubricants, more drying and dark. Rubber from a new toy, olive oils.
Long and fresh, a lot of herbs, chewing gums, herbal tea, a touch of soap.
- Nice nose, heavy sherry with a nice black cherry note, a really juicy malt.
I love it, these were a quality couple of casks used here.
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