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One cask of Bruichladdich Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Distilled 1993. Originally filled on 07/05/1993 into a Hogshead with 168.4 Litres of Alcohol.
This cask was regauged on 25/10/2017. The new regauged litres were found to be approximately 77.4 Bulk litres at a strength of 42.6%. This would currently yield approximately 110 x 70cl bottles of whisky currently at 24 years old
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Whisky Online Auctions Tasting Notes: Bruichladdich cask 1641
Colour: White wine
Nose: As is common with lower natural cask strength malts, this has a superb freshness about it. A light green fruitiness, some notes of crushed nettle, bath salts, minerals and wet pebbles. Underneath, with a little breathing time, there are notes of pine needle, light cereals and parsley butter. Touches of citrus throughout.
Palate: Surprisingly creamy. Vanilla foam with banana syrup, cocoanut milk, pink candy floss and strawberry wine. The greener fruit qualities you’d expect from Bruichladdich emerge with a little time. Notes of gooseberry wine, elderflower jam and some drying salty notes such as sandalwood and tea tree oil at the back.
Finish: Good length. Full of lighter cereals, lemon oil, barley water and some notes of green olive and turmeric adding an earthy element in the aftertaste.
Comments: An extremely fresh and drinkable Bruichladdich. Very much an afternoon kind of whisky. The lower strength does not hinder the texture or overtly enhance the tannin, rather it helps elevate the softer cereal and citrus fruit tones throughout the whisky. A cask that demands to be bottled imminently due to the strength, but will yield a highly enjoyable and approachable dram.
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Please note: due to the various ages of bottles and their seals, condition of liquid is at the buyer's discretion and no claim can be lodged against failure/leakage in transit.
This auction ended on
2nd of May 2018 08:00:00 PM
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