Bruichladdich Scottish Barley The Classic Laddie is a new flagship expression crafted from 100% Scottish barley, non-chill-filtered, and bottled at 100-proof.
Bruichladdich Scottish Barley The Classic Laddie Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Bruichladdich is one of the eight operational distilleries on the Scottish island of Islay, built in 1881. Today, Bruichladdich uses all original equipment and traditional methods, utilizing barley only from the local farmers on the island to produce exceptionally high-quality scotch whisky, which is always non-chill-filtered, coloring-free, and bottled at 46% alc/vol or higher. Bruichladdich produces unpeated whisky, such as their Laddie lineup, and heavily peated malts under the Port Charlotte sub-label, as well as the Octomore single malt, marketed as the peatiest single malt on the planet. Bruichladdich distillery has the tallest stills on Isla; therefore, their malts are known for their elegant and refined, floral taste profile. Recently, the distillery was bought by Remy Cointreau.
Bruichladdich Scottish Barley The Classic Laddie is a replacement for Laddie 10 and a new flagship expression. It is distilled from 100% Scottish barley, non-chill-filtered, has no coloring added, and is bottled at 50% alc/vol. Its nose carries notes of honey, fresh lemon, banana, apricot, peach, wildflowers, vanilla, and a hint of nutty chocolate. Its creamy palate is enhanced by oak sweetness, gingerbread, sherry, sultana, and dry malt barley. The finish is long, with oak, black tea, and spice.