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Bruichladdich Infinity

String Islay without peat

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@TheMueReview by @TheMue

21st Nov 2009

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The Bruichladdich Infinity is a strong Islay matured in a sherry cask. It's very warm and round, sometimes strong and complex. The nose contains wood, beer, and toffee, but also some pepper. The body is warm and pleases with sherry. The palate is long and complex, with raisins and cocolate, but also with notes of salt and pepper.

Altogether the Bruichladdich Infinity is a good equivalent value for the money.

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1 comments

@MikeFerrier
MikeFerrier commented

One of my personal favorites. Strongly recommended.

11 years ago 0

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