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By: ron (online)  Saturday, 09 June 2007 (Read 42667 times)  

Name: Bruichladdich Distillery
Established: 1881
Current owner: Bruichladdich
Location: Bruichladdich
Website: www.bruichladdich.com

   

ron



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By: ron (online)  Friday, 13 July 2007  

Malt Advocate, a leading magazine in the US tested some older whiskies and one 5 yr old Port Charlotte Evolution from Islay's Bruichladdich Distillery. A very peaty whisky and guess what... The PC5 was third in this little competition.

read more here

   

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By: omaha dellrod (offline)  Wednesday, 02 January 2008  

Just got the PC-6 and its fabulous - Also obtained the Redder Still - Tasted it at the distillery in March and can't wait to try it - but only for a special occasion Smile

   

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By: Singlemalt-Danny (offline)  Thursday, 28 February 2008  

Quote by: omaha+dellrod

Just got the PC-6 and its fabulous - Also obtained the Redder Still - Tasted it at the distillery in March and can't wait to try it - but only for a special occasion Smile



I tasted the Blacker Still and that was a superb malt ( very sherryish ) Razz


Love Single Malt , love Islay , love Scotland ...
   

Singlemalt-Danny



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By: bgulien (offline)  Thursday, 17 April 2008  

Anouncement from the Bruichladdich distillery (from the laddieblog):





New Valinch



The latest Valinch is now installed in the shop for visitors to the distillery.


It's a fourteen year old Bruichladdich, American oak matured, that has been ACE'd by Jim in French oak for that extra waft of toasty complexity.


The casks had originally been used for Quarts de Chaume, an esoteric sweet white wine from the Loire Valley, which imparts a sensual hint of mellow yellowness.


The Valinch is entitled: "Some Utter Fake"


For those who don't know the Valinch. This is the cask at the back of the shop, as seen on one of the webcams.
You can fill your own 50 cl. bottle with this malt. It's a 59.4 % Alc. bruiser.
You have to go to to the distillery to get it!!!

   

bgulien



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By: ron (online)  Friday, 18 April 2008  

Quote by: bgulien

Anouncement from the Bruichladdich distillery (from the laddieblog):



Thanks for sharing this with us. I have included an image which I captured from the webcam Wink

   

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By: bgulien (offline)  Monday, 28 April 2008  

Nice pic. Did it taste good?

   

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