Bruichladdich Octomore 9.2

Bruichladdich Octomore 9.2

(0.75l, 58.2%)


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Mysterious peated colossus with a hint of French countryside.

The Bruichladdich (brook-ladie) distillery’s history goes back to the 1880s when the Harvey brothers decided to make Whisky. It went through its renaissance in 2000 when a group of Whisky lovers revived it and got an esteemed Master Distiller Jim McEwan on board. Now, they produce 1.5 million liters of Scotch every year and each bottle is its own story. The people who make Bruichladdich Whisky are tough, stubborn and hard-working like their ancestors, but they are also nonconformist and believing in authenticity, they take risks and push the boundaries all the time. Now, the Spirit magicians of the Western Isles conjured something very special.

Octomore is a special line of superb peated Whiskies and the lads of Bruichladdich manages to trap the elusive smoke from the antediluvian subterranean world and use it to make an immensely elegant and subtle Scotch when you'd expect something aggressive and violent. Octomore 09.2 is by design quite similar to its .1 brother but decided for a twist in the final year: it had enough of ex-American oak casks and took a sabbatical in the finest French oak casks from the Bordeaux region. The incredible dance of dry peat smoke and sweet summer fruit flavors is legendary and is like a monster from mysterious marshes of Scotland went on vacation to a colorful French coast. It's sensitive, curious, and very bold. 

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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland, Japan, and some other parts of the world, distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and the USA, they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Cinnamon gold.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Elegant harmony of smoke and fruit: earthy coffee grounds, oak and vanilla, with blackcurrant, cherry and strawberry jam.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Dark and complex with an earthy character, followed by a fruity twist and a hint of tobacco.

Earthy, spicy and peppery with an abundant amount of smoke. 
Ratings & Reviews
Incredibly peaty but incredibly smooth.
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