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Bruichladdich 1984/32 - All In (700ml, 43.7%)

Bruichladdich 1984/32 Bottling Note

1984 vintage single malt from Bruichladdich, which was moved over to fresh bourbon casks in 2008 by then-master distiller Jim McEwan. Current head distiller Adam Hannett is a big fan of Bruichladdich aged in bourbon casks, describing it as the ultimate expression of their spirit - hence why this 32 year old single malt was released as part of their illustrious Rare Cask Series. 3,000 bottles were produced.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Jam-packed with tropical fruit - think papaya and watermelon with a light sprinkle of salt and paprika.

Palate: It doesn't take long for butterscotch and cedar to catch up to the exciting fruit notes.

Finish: Slightly nutty and oily, though the previous elements of zesty papaya and rich vanilla continue on at the core.

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