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Islay single malt scotch whisky

The main component of the Br7 release comes from 3 sherry hogsheads, and the marriage of 1 exbourbon barrel. Distilled in 2001, this Bruichladdich is beginning to show its age, as intense fruits and oaky vanilla notes intertwine.   

  • Core Flavour

    Dark chocolate, raisins and toffee
  • Cask details

    Distillates from 2001 matured in 3 sherry hogsheads and a bourbon barrel
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Tasting notes

  • Nose

    Blue cheese and dates with a glass of cream sherry to start, with a second course of cinder toffee sprinkled with boozy raisins. Notes of Teurgoule – Normandy-style rice pudding – slowly build.
  • Palate

    Dried fruits and dark chocolate mingle with honeycomb and clotted cream. A touch of sea salt adds a savoury element to this rich and heavy malt.
  • Finish

    Rum-soaked fruit cake leads, making for a long and warming finish which slowly fades into notes of toffee sauce.


  • Chocolate
  • Raisins
  • Vanilla
  • Toffee
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