BRUICHLADDICH Bere Barley 2011 50%
Bruichladdich Bere Barley 2011 is a single malt produced with bere barley, a heirloom barley, very difficult to grow because of its yield. After maturing in old bourbon American oak barrels for 10 years, the single malt was bottled, non-chill filtered and without colouring. It has the character of the greatest whiskies of the distillery but with a profile where the fruit is in the foreground, pear, apple, apricot jam. It is a unique vintage.
Nose : Floral with geraniums, orange blossom, then mint, chocolate lime.
Palate : Délicate, profonde, avec des notes chocolatées, de confiture d'abricot, de sucre d'orge, une multitude de saveurs.
Finish : Fraîcheur marine, les fruits verts, le sucre d'orge, superbe.
Bruichladdich is a whisky distillery built in 1881 by three brothers. It is located on the Isle of Islay on the west coast of Scotland. It is one of nine distilleries on the Isle Islay, but Bruichladdich is to date the only distillery to produce, age and bottle its malt on the island. Following its purchase in 2000, the Bruichladdich distillery was very carefully renovated, they managed to save almost all the original material dating from the 19th century. Its single malt is only very slightly peated, with distinct marine origins, an iodized scent and a palate of salty flavours. This distillery produces two specially peated versions : Port Charlotte and Octomore.
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