The 5th release from this ongoing Islay Barley exploration series.
This is a thought provoking, uber-provenance single malt whisky distilled from barley grown by eight family farms on their remote Scottish island home. Barley varieties Optic and Oxbridge were planted across the breadth of the island in 2009. Bruichladdich distilled their spirit early in 2010 and it ran clean, rich and malty, before being filled into ex-Bourbon and French wine casks and matured in their warehouses by Loch Indaal.
On the nose the aromas are crisp apple, ripe gooseberry and peach balanced on toffee and toasted oak. On the palate this dram is a delight, young, clean and fresh with amazing texture.
The Big Top Red Zinfandel 2018 75cl
A fantastic red Zinfandel from California that is packed with a bouquet of vanilla, cracked black pepper and dark damson fruit. On the palate this wine is well rounded and fleshy, a beautifully well balanced and packed wine with robust red fruit flavours
Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3% 70cl
The nose of this golden dram offers a fresh and aromatic experience with a subtle whiff of smoke floating through the air. The taste starts with a light fruit and nut appeal that leads to a spectacular malty sweetness. The finish is worth
Balblair 12 years old 46% 70cl
Balblair have changed their focus from vintages and move towards age and cask choice. This single malt has been matured in American oak, ex bourbon and double fired American oak casks which bring elegant complexity and warmth to the profile.
On the no...