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Brora 30 Year Old bottled 2007

A must-try for true whisky lovers

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@WhiskyNotesReview by @WhiskyNotes

4th Mar 2010


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Nose: what did you expect? Farmy! Soft peat smoke and charcoal but also cows, manure and interesting notes of goat cheese. Horse saddle leather. Tobacco. Fresh sea breeze. Sharper notes of balm, hay, a bit of yeast… Fern forest. Camphor. Not very fruity, although I pick up soft yellow apple and citrus. Water makes it rounder and brings out a hint of vanilla sweetness. Truly unique.

Mouth: very powerful and immediately maritime, with a briney hint of liquorice. Quite dry and oily. A sharp hint of mustard. Much more peated and smoked now. Takes water very well, with added notes of apple, lemon pie and ginger.

Finish: long, hints of liquorice, bonfire smoke and pepper.

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markjedi1 commented

I would very much like to try this one, but at 300 EUR for a bottle... @WhiskyNotes have you tried the Connoisseur's Choice bottle (that is only about 100 EUR) and if so, would you recommend it as an alternative?

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WhiskyNotes commented

The 1982 CC, right? I didn't try it, but 1980's Brora is very different, more mineral / waxy / fruity (more Clynelish). I would really to find a 1970's version...

Let me know when you're in my neighbourhoud, you're welcome to try this Brora!

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PeatAndMeat commented

This sounds absolutely delicious.

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markjedi1 commented

@WhiskyNotes: Reason enough for me to try and be in your neighbourhood. Shoot me a PM with your address if you don't mind. Thanks!

10 years ago 0

Dersou commented

I tasted it last weekend, absolutely gorgeous, remarkably better than the 25yo. I gave it eight points more. Don't pass up a chance to taste this!

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