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Bruichladdich Classic Laddie Scottish Barley

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@PMessingerReview by @PMessinger

31st Oct 2015

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Warm slow oily thick mouth coating creamy vegetal arrival steady rich spicy middle develops a iodine and sweet malt long slow finish.

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6 comments

@PMessinger
PMessinger commented

This is an awesome dram the yellow & white fruits combine well with the Islay grown barley. Very balanced and enjoyable without real complex base structure. Would be a good dram for folks who aren't use to Islay scotches.

3 years ago 0

maltmate302 commented

PMessinger is this the Islay grown barley or the Scottish grown barley.You've put both down on the review and they are different expressions.

3 years ago 0

@Pierre_W
Pierre_W commented

Yes, indeed, quite different also with regard to the taste. Scottish barley ususally is readily available, while Islay barley might not be.

3 years ago 0

@PMessinger
PMessinger commented

@maltmate302, @Pierre_W Sorry for the confusion yes it was the Scottish barley which is more readily available. I wasn't to clear on my own editing. Sorry for any mix up and thanks for the feedback.

3 years ago 0

Taco commented

I enjoyed a bottle of it and it was at a good price ($55), but I'm not sure I'd buy it again. I really preferred the Laddie Ten, but can't get it anymore. Bruichladdich really screwed up dropping that. If you don't have stock for a 10 YO, what the hell are you doing.

3 years ago 0

@PMessinger
PMessinger commented

@Taco thanks for your feedback. I agree Bruichladdich has a really good product line, I do have multiple bottles of the discontinued Laddie Ten and hope to enjoy them well into the future. (:

3 years ago 0

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