Tuesday, June 15, 2010


We have a great selection of Bruichladdich in stock now at Forsyth.
Here are a few....

also availble online

Bruichladdich Peat....$51.99

BRUICHLADDICH PEAT, Peat is a new multi vintage bottling and has been crafted to offer a
heavily peated flavour – the ultimate peat destination within Bruichladdich’s range,
designed and crafted by our Head Distiller, Jim McEwan.
“Peat “ showcases the unique heavily peated Bruichladdich style where the heavier sea iodine
flavours that can dominate other Islay peated whiskies is subdued and made more elegant by
Bruichladdich’s Victorian long neck stills.

Bruichladdich Rocks 35.99

Lightly peated flavour profile with finesse and complexity beyond its years. Matured first in bourbon casks, additionally matured in premium French wine casks. Dramatic rich wine influenced whisky
• Colouring free.
• Non chill-filtered for more depth and length of flavours.

Bruichladdich 2001 The RESURRECTION DRAM...$69.99

The Bruichladdich distillery was shut down in 1994 and thought to never produce again. But in 2001, new ownership took over and added brand new state of the art equipment and re-launched Bruichladdich. 2001 The RESURRECTION DRAM was the very first Scotch produced and the "new" distillery!!! Packaged in a gorgeous aqua blue coated bottle.
Company founder and MD Mark Reynier: “This is a celebration bottling - our first Bruichladdich, the resurrection of a legend, the realisation of a dream.

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Bruichladdich Twenty Year 2nd Edtion...$158.99

"This exceptional edition, drawn from casks that are at least twenty years old, has been crafted by Islay's John McEwan, the Master Distiller of Bruichladdich, to display its evocative, surreal complexity and length."

Bruichladdich Links "Carnoustie".....$69.99
"Bruichladdich Links is a series of limited edition bottlings chosen by Jim McEwan, our master distiller. the Link Series associates this superb Single Malt wiht the art of Graeme Baxter, the world's leading Golf Artist. "Camoustie Golf Links, Scotland" is the seventh in a series celebrating Scotland's two principal passions."

Bruichladdich 16 Year First Growth Series - Pauillac "A"....$89.99

The first in the new line of Bruichladdich 16 year old whiskies that have been aged in bourbon casks and then finished in a Bordeaux wine cask. The Cuvee A Pauillac is aged in first growth Chateau Lafite barrels and is amber, almost rose like in color.

Bruichladdich 1993 Bolgheri 14yr....$69.99
"Bruichladdich Islay Single Malt distilled in 1993, matured in American Bourbon casks and then enhanced in exclusive Italian wine casks from 6 different vineyards....Angelo Gaja, Italy's legendary and most influential wine maker produces Bolgheir, a Bordeaux inspired wine at his Ca'Marcanda estate on the coast of Tuscany. Merlot and Cabernet Sauvingon and Franc grapes together with French Allier oak casks gives cassis and plum characteristics to the wine."

Bruichladdich 1998 Oloroso Sherry Butts....$87.99
"Oloroso is a dark-coloured, mellow, sweeter sherry. This particular type of sherry, fortified at an early stage for sweetness, is allowed to micro-oxygenate through the porous walls of American oak casks. As the originally clear wine ages over several decades, it becomes darker and richer with a beautiful golden-brown colour and a toffee and caramel nose. It also has a high glycerine content making it smooth, with a more nutty flavour. Unsurprisingly, Olorosos are the base for many of the well-known sweet sherries. The colouring additive E150 used by most spirits producers (but NEVER Bruichladdich!) seeks to replicate this effect. The combination of the rich Oloroso-steeped oak and a full-term maturation in Islay’s marine climate creates a sublimely rich and decadent whisky." -- Bruichladdich

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