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Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie

Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie Single Malt Scotch 750 ml

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Tom B
Not the usual smoke blast from Islay

I like virtually every whisky from Islay, which means I virtually always like a peaty, smoky whisky. This is not that, but it's made so skillfully it's an excellent addition to the island's output, even if by profile it's an outlier. This is a much sweeter dram, though I would not go so far as to call it sweet overall, nor dessert-y. It starts with graham crackers and spicy floral notes on the nose, with graham crackers carrying through the palate alongside fruity notes and bits of spice. This is complex and interesting enough for most drinkers but must be the most approachable dram from Islay that I've had. You certainly can't miss the bottle, and I have a feeling there will usually be one of those turquoise hydrants on my bar for years to come.

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Stephen Bush
Packs a Punch

This bottle couldn't be more deceiving. It looks all approachable with its Tiffany turquoise blue bottle, but what's inside is something altogether different. This is a big, bold, sweet and hot Islay Scotch. You taste the peat and feel the heat. It's like a campfire in your mouth, with a little of the flame. This is not for the faint of heart, but if you like it hot (100 proof), this might be an enjoyable pour.

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GT
smooth, complex,

one of my favorites, only needs a few drops of water to open up.

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Brian
Excellent Scotch

Love the flavor that develops.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
50%
(2)
50%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
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Tom B
Not the usual smoke blast from Islay

I like virtually every whisky from Islay, which means I virtually always like a peaty, smoky whisky. This is not that, but it's made so skillfully it's an excellent addition to the island's output, even if by profile it's an outlier. This is a much sweeter dram, though I would not go so far as to call it sweet overall, nor dessert-y. It starts with graham crackers and spicy floral notes on the nose, with graham crackers carrying through the palate alongside fruity notes and bits of spice. This is complex and interesting enough for most drinkers but must be the most approachable dram from Islay that I've had. You certainly can't miss the bottle, and I have a feeling there will usually be one of those turquoise hydrants on my bar for years to come.

S
Stephen Bush
Packs a Punch

This bottle couldn't be more deceiving. It looks all approachable with its Tiffany turquoise blue bottle, but what's inside is something altogether different. This is a big, bold, sweet and hot Islay Scotch. You taste the peat and feel the heat. It's like a campfire in your mouth, with a little of the flame. This is not for the faint of heart, but if you like it hot (100 proof), this might be an enjoyable pour.

G
GT
smooth, complex,

one of my favorites, only needs a few drops of water to open up.

B
Brian
Excellent Scotch

Love the flavor that develops.

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