Bruichladdich Rare Cask: 1985, 32 Year Old, 70cl

Price: £730.00

This whisky was originally filled into gentle third fill Bourbon casks and lay untouched in warehouse 14 until 2012. Our then master distiller Jim McEwan discovered this forgotten parcel and re-casked it into fresh bourbon adding depth and complexity. Now in 2017 the final coup de grace is a tantalising nuance in French oak from one of the greatest French Chateaux. Truly this is a dram with a story to tell.

Limited to 4,200 bottles, the 1985 is bottled at the distillery without chill-filtration.

Tasting notes:

Blood orange, nectarines, banana bread, desiccated coconut, vanilla custard, then more floral and nutty tones, geranium, marzipan, walnut, heather honey. Tremendous presence on the palate, the texture is wondrously soft and syrupy. The short ACE in the wine casks has given a warm, nutmeg hint and a layer of fruity notes, raspberry, blackcurrant jam and ripe plum, all perfectly balanced by years in American oak – cinder toffee, lemon meringue and coconut.

Flavour profile:

  • Floral
  • Smoky
  • Fresh Fruits
  • Richly Sweet

Details:

Age:
32 Year Old
Brand:
Bruichladdich
Volume:
70.0cl
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