Best as a wake-up call at 10am.
10 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Very light and fresh. Floral, with crunchy green apple, verjus, lemon, fresh malt.
Palate: Clean, zesty and direct. Apples, lanolin, cream. A perky little number. A port finish version would be pinky and perky.
Finish: Feisty and breezy.
Comment: Best as a wake-up call at 10am.
Nose: Fresh, clean, flowery. Primroses.
Palate: Lightly creamy. Peaches. Summer fruits. Passion fruit. Zesty, almost effervescent.
Finish: The flavours meld, with a touch of sharpness.
Comment: Not only the liveliness of youth but also the least wood influence. The use of second-fill casks leaves the fruity flavours of Bruichladdich to express themselves more freely.
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