Brora 34 Year Old Highland Single Malt - Distilled 1982 700ML
1982 Brora 34 Year Old Special Release 2017 Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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Coastal Highlands No. of bottles globally: 3,000
A restrained Brora, with everything you’d want and hope to find in this legendary malt, finely integrated and smoothed out; the usual key-notes of waxiness and fragrant smokiness are much reduced, while the elegant taste also offers an uncommon and attractive note of Szechuan pepper.
• Founded 1819 as Clynelish by the Marquess of Stafford, soon Duke of Sutherland. • Cost to build £750. This would barely buy half a bottle today! • One of Scotland's earliest purpose-built malt whisky distilleries. • As a big whisky, well suited to long ageing in cask; only very small stocks remain. • The first Brora 30 year old won a Gold medal at IWSC 2003. A 25 year old bottled in 2008 won Gold at San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2009. A Rare Malts Brora 20 year old won the Trophy for Best Cask Strength Malt at IWSC 2004.
• A limited edition, natural cask strength single malt. • From a closed distillery at Brora on the Sutherland coast. • Sixteenth of a limited series of annual releases. • Annual allocation has extended availability of this irreplaceable malt but stocks are now dwindling. • From refill American Oak hogsheads filled in 1982.