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BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009


BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sat Nov 21, 2009 1:25 am

Welcome to the Bruichladdich Live Forum Tasting

The Whiskies


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Twelve
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And any other Bruichladdichs you may have...

Date and Time


Friday 20th November 7:00pm GMT - Sunday 22nd November


Start time - 7:00pm GMT

About...
For those of you who do not know what these are about, they run for generally 12+ hours and we all sit down (at various times) to taste a range of whiskies and share our notes and comments on the forum. Have a look in the Live Tasting forum for past events.

They are a great way to meet people on the forum, chat about your experiences and learn something new about the whiskies you have, and we all end up having a good time.

Please feel free to join in and post any comments or tasting notes you have. Tasting notes can be added using the Tasting Note tab on the postings page. (Note, the Age field on the tasting must be a number such as 7,9,10,18)

We look forward to seeing you on Friday evening...
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Holysinner » Sat Nov 21, 2009 2:51 am

I opened my only 'Laddie (3D3), even though I knew my tastebuds were in poor shape. I expect I'll write it up and post notes Sunday.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby mikeymad » Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:08 am

Thanks for the notes Sean... I have some various things around here I could try... will have to dig them out and maybe hit Saturday a little bit... will see how it goes.

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sat Nov 21, 2009 3:57 pm

I'm busy until about 9 PM tonight. Will try some Laddies after that.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Wave » Sat Nov 21, 2009 6:31 pm

Oh sh....! I forgot all about this! I have a few Laddies to taste (10yo, 3D3, '89 Cask Strength and maybe a couple more) but it won't be until after I get off work tonight at 11pm. I'm also whipping up a batch of my pasta an garlic sausage spaghetti sauce tonight for the crew so hopefully I can tame my tastebuds before I come home.


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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:20 pm

Good Evening from the Toon !
See how many Laddies we can get through , let's start with.....
Expression - Bruichladdich 10yo First Edition
Age - 10yo
ABV - 46%
Colour - Pale Gold
Nose - Quite Lemony at first , loads of green Fruits (apples , pears , grapes) , very fresh .
Palate - Again very fresh across the palate , lemon Drizzle cake , a bit fudgy .
Finish - Long , warm and Lemony .
Comments - 10yo First Edition , Vatted from 60% Bourbon / 40% Refill sherry Casks . A lovely laddie that was , deservedly so , one of the first releases .
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Nov 21, 2009 10:47 pm

Expression - Bruichladdich 12yo Second Edition
Age - 12yo
ABV - 46%
Colour - Golden Syrup
Nose - Keiller's Butterscotch at first , then lemon , green fruits and vanilla .
Palate - A lot of sweetness , again a touch of Butterscotch , Apples and Pears . Quite oily across the palate and vanilla .
Finish - Long , Sweet (Butterscotch) and also a bit malty .
Comments - Laddie as it should be ! A lovely , pure , malt from 100% Ex-Bourbon Casks .
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:07 pm

Expression - Bruichladdich Fifteen (1st Edition)
Age - 15yo
ABV - 46%
Colour - Polished Copper
Nose - The First one with a hint of sherry on the nose , in fact more than a hint , Freshly cut meadows as well , and again Keillers butterscotch .
Palate - a nice balance of sherry and the usual Laddie fudgy sweetness and green fruits .
Finish - An extremely satisfying mixture of Butterscotch sweetness and sherry dryness .
Comments - Vatted from 85% Bourbon / 15% 1st fill Oloroso Casks . A very balanced Laddie , the sherry has a nice but not overpowering effect on the bottling .
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:21 pm

Expression - Bruichladdich Twenty (First Edition)
Age - 20yo
ABV - 46%
Colour - Barley Sugar
Nose - Freshly cut meadows , Honey , green fruits (Apples and pears ) , almost Lindisfarne mead-y
Palate - Dry maltiness , vanilla , lemon , a lovely thick mouthfeel .
Finish - a long , dry , smooth , fudgy finish .
Comments - 100% Ex-Bourbon Casks (aah remember the good ol' days.....) , talking of Lindisfarne , their 1972 Dingly Dell album is a good accompaniment to Laddie.....the old Hippy strikes again.....
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:39 pm

Expression - Bruichladdich Legacy Series One
Year - 1966 (an extremely good year for Whisky and Football....)
Age - 36yo
ABV - 40.6%
Cask / Bottle No. - American Oak / 64
Colour - Burnished Gold
Nose - Could be mistaken for a well aged bourbon , bags of vanilla , almost charred wood , slight honeyness , Digestive Biscuits .
Palate - Lovely luxurious mouthfeel , Vanilla , sweet , again could be mistaken for a well aged Bourbon .
Finish - Long and Bourbonesque , Vanilla and oak , very satisfying .
Comments - Bottled Sept 2002 , 100% Bourbon casks , a really nice laddie , nicely balanced and has survived well in the casks .
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Nov 21, 2009 11:56 pm

Expression - Bruichladdich Sinnsear "Forefathers"
Year - 1988
Age - 15yo
ABV - 50%
Cask / Bottle No. - Ex bourbon / 733 of 1000
Colour - Straw
Nose - Very Fresh , green fruits , almost Lowlanderish with it's fresh cut meadows and lemon .
Palate - Very smooth across the palate , again loads of lemon , green fruits and a touch of Vanilla and fudge .
Finish - very long and citricy .
Comments - Distilled 11/02/1988 , bottled 22/11/2003 , a very clean malt , almost the perfect Laddie !
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:11 am

Expression - Bruichladdich 2001 The Resurrection Dram
Year - 2001
Age - 7yo
ABV - 46%
Cask / Bottle No. - /12252 of 24000
Colour - Light Gold
Nose - Soft but with a slight Prickle .Very (Keillers) Butterscotch with a lemon citric Backdrop . Eventually we get the familiar laddie notes of green fruits , fudge and a slight creaminess .
Palate - Still a bit young on the palate but full of potential , again lemon citric , green fruits but then a slight pepperiness (!) .
Finish - Long and Butterscotch , again with that twist of Lemon , still a bit young but there's also a slight peppery/peatiness to it (never noticed that before !) .
Comments - The Very first release from the post take over stock of ordinary Bruichladdich , This is going to be a killer malt in it's teens , good stuff .
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:22 am

Expression - Bruichladdich 21
Year -
Age - 21yo
ABV - 46%
Cask / Bottle No. - Oloroso /
Colour - Deep Amber going on Mahogany
Nose - straight away you get the typical sherry notes...... a very relaxed Christmas Cake , dried fruits , spices , Dark Chocolate . When i first tried this it took a while to open up , now it's just full on straight away !
Palate - A perfect oloroso palate , no sherry nasties lurking just a dry , oloroso taste and the usual sherry "Christmas Cake" tastes , is that a slight hint of the laddie Green fruits ? .
Finish - Long , Dry , very warming , Apricot Marmalade and Marzipan . Also Orange .
Comments - Very oily in the glass , not a sign of anything sulphury , extremely well balanced . This one doesn't seem to have went down well with the general whisky buying public which is a shame as it's a very good sherried Laddie .
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:25 am

Thanks Sean , it was a hard job choosing which one's to taste tonight , Laddie have released some very good Malts , just a shame they've went overboard with the finishing in wine casks.......
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sun Nov 22, 2009 12:53 am

Ok the last one of the night for me , Technically not a Laddie but it did come of their stills , a very special malt to me.......

Expression - Port Charlotte 4yo
Year - 2001
Age - 4yo
ABV - 61.4%
Cask / Bottle No. - Bloodtub R23 / 23 of 39
Colour - Topaz
Nose - The maltiness strikes you first , a strong dryness (the sherry) , a lingering peatiness almost earthy , there's also a slight dark fruitiness to it .
Palate - Again very dry , very malty , the peat eventually comes flooding in . A peaty smokiness covers the palate after a while......
Finish - Long , dry , peaty , bitter dark chocolate , goes on and on and on.......
Comments - Distilled 12th June 2001 , Bottled 25th November 2005 . Ok so this is my first Baby , but i still think it's the best PC i've tasted to date , Jim (Murray) gave it a 96 in his Whisky Bible , i think it deserved at least 97 LOL! It is an incredible Malt and i'm glad i bought the bloodtub back in 2001 !
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby mikeymad » Sun Nov 22, 2009 6:40 am

Don't have much of the standard things. But I was able to find four open/samples.

hmmm first to try...

Bruichladdich 6yo (46%, Original Bottling, "First Born", bottle 43/340)

Bottled for K&L....

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 6:46 am

Sweet lineup (double entendre intended) there G. Thanks for the brilliant set of notes! Two coming from me tonight: "First Born" and Legacy V.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 6:59 am

Bruichladdich

Bruichladdich
First Born
pomegranate, bisquit sans gravy, candied nuts, wisps of butterscotch, dried apricot
anthracite, tannic, green apples, burning peat logs, bandaids
moderate, coal, sea and white pepper
This bottle has been open for the better part of two years. The wine is now merely an element to the whisky rather than being dominant. Very nice
orangy gold
0

5 Years Old
2001
46%
Bruichladdich

Single Malt
Islay
no
no
Glencairn
47/340, cask 522, First Born 92301 for K&L Wines, Ridge Zinfandel finish

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:01 am

Haven't seen the CI DE down here yet. Good to have a third wheel for a little bit.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:12 am

Bruichladdich Legacy V

Bruichladdich
Legacy V
minty malt, herbal-anise, pecan paste
mint and anise, Cinnabon
long, mellow, fresh crushed mint
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copper gold
0

33 Years Old
0
40.9%
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Single Malt
Islay
no
no
Glencairn
420/1690

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:20 am

Sean, if you can believe it the whisky actually is tasting more interesting now. The minty characteristics didn't really show up that much if at all in previous experiences. Cinnabon - the sweetness of the sugars, cinnamon and the roll dough!
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:24 am

Just not a Laddies man then. :P
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby mikeymad » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:26 am

oops it is a 5yo...

Bruichladdich 5yo (46%, Original Bottling, "First Born", bottle 43/340, Cask # 522, finished in Ridge Zinfandel wine cask)

This was a bottle of Bruichladdich that was made for K&L Wine store in Redwood City... It was all new distillation and was the first release in the US (maybe the world) of a Bruichladdich all made by Jim...

On first nose this slightly orange-amber colored whisky comes off with notes of dried fruits, and almost like orange candied gels. It really does not smell spirity at all for a 5yo.

Having a sample there is a touch of spirity that plays across the palate, followed quickly by a touch of malt followed very quickly by a large amount of fruit cocktail that sits around for a while and then slowly dissipates as the malty sweetness comes back... nice little first taste.

Working it over more the second time... the nose is more intense. Same profile just everything pumped up. Holding the whisky on the palate a little more seems to bring out a little bit of peat, more malt, and the spice of the wine seems to be coming in on the mid palate. Some dark fruit and pepper (maybe what I am mistaking as some peat)...

The dram finishes pretty fast with a medium to short finish and sit about mid to front palate (about what you would expect for the age). There is just a touch of the malt and wine in the very end... all very light.

Interesting dram in most respects. I have enjoyed the first bottle and seeing it change over time as the wine notes get more integrated... I have one more sealed bottle for a later time.

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby mikeymad » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:29 am

The next dram is an IB:

Bruichladdich 15yo 1986 ( 53%, Scott's, 86-2001)

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ganga » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:31 am

Very nice Mikey. Interesting how similar and different the First Born presents itself.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby mikeymad » Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:57 am

This is a very light dram....

Bruichladdich 15yo 1986 ( 53%, Scott's, 86-2001)

Should be an all bourbon matured whisky based on the color being very light straw yellow.

The initial nose comes on strong with cereal notes and a nice maltiness with lemon mixed in. Vanilla comes out and shares the stage with some sweetness (sugar or a light molasses).

At 53% I was expecting more of an attack on the palate. But the rich maltiness and citrus coats the palate and makes it much more mellow than I was expecting. Then as the taste grows it becomes more and more spicy and hot as the attack on the palate grows and grows... it kind of crescendo as a spice ball and the citrus takes it over and brings it back down to the finish which goes away really fast. Leaving a fresh palate ready for more... :thumbsup:

Good 'drinking' beverage.. gives a good indication of what the old house style of 'laddie was.

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby mikeymad » Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:13 am

Have a couple more to go... but probably finish them up tomorrow.

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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Wave » Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:38 am

Good evening! Starting with

Bruichladdich 10yo 46% ABV

Nose: Red fruit, vanilla and light smoke
Palate:Sweet malty and salty with light peat wafting in the background
Finish: Medium length salt and pepper, faint smoke.

A decent pre-dinner malt, it really gets the juices flowing!


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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Wave » Sun Nov 22, 2009 9:01 am

On to

Bruichladdich 3D3 Norrie Campbell Tribute 46% ABV

Nose:Heavy coal tar, campfire embers over faint fruit
Palate: Creamy and peaty, Mesquite smoked ribs w/ BBQ sauce
Finish: Medium length some salt and peaty coal tar

Kinda like Caol Ila 12 but without the old tires/ front porch sofa essence


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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Wave » Sun Nov 22, 2009 9:17 am

And one more for the (late) night

Bruichladdich 13yo 1989 Full Strength 57.1% ABV

Nose: Hard candy, gum drops, faint smoke
Palate: Salt some sweetness
Finish Heavy salt and pepper, drying

Wow, good nose but I don't remember this being quite so salty.
Not pleasant.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Wave » Sun Nov 22, 2009 8:59 pm

When I get home from work tonight I have an Indie 'Laddie (14yo G&M sherry cask) that I've been dying to open, tonight it's time.


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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby lockejn » Sun Nov 22, 2009 10:12 pm

My first live tasting post on my first Bruichladdich - Rocks.

Nose: Malt, toast, marshmallow, molasses
Palate: A splash of peat, not really any smoke, malted barley, green oak
Finish: Medium-short, vanilla, maybe some stewed peaches.
Comments: Youthful, not overly complex, but thick and tastier than expected.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Holysinner » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:14 am

Bruichladdich 3D3

Bruichladdich
3D3 Norrie Campbell Tribute
Vanilla, smoke, pine logs, green apples
Tar, lime, soft sweetness, mildly salty
Medium length, ashy peat and green fruit
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Hay
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0 Years Old
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46%
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Single Malt
Islay
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None
Tulip Nosing Glass
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Holysinner » Mon Nov 23, 2009 4:16 am

Great notes everyone. I'm loving the 3D3, having tasted it and reading all your notes I'm far more interested in trying more Laddie expressions than I was before this weekend.
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Re: BRUICHLADDICH LIVE TASTING - November 20-22, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:04 pm

Last night I enjoyed tasting 2 different Laddie's. I'll try and get to the other bottles I have open over the next day or so.

Bruichladdich 15yo 2nd Ed 46%

Glass: SMWS

Nose: Nice mix of light green fruits, mostly pears and apples.

Palate: Starts really sweet and fruity, then gives way to a bit of pepper.

Finish: Short and sweet on the finish, more fruits with hints of honey.

Comment: I really enjoy this dram, it's very crisp, sweet and fresh with a nice mix of fruits.
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