Bruichladdich was established in 1881 and has changed hands many times over the years. Owned by French spirit group Remy Martin Bruichladdich distills, matures and bottles its whisky on site as well as using barley from the surrounding farms. Since its renaissance in 2001 its range of whiskies are bottled without added colour or chill filtration and at 46% ABV and above. It is a pioneer of cask management, peating levels and presentation.
Jim McEwan worked as an apprentice cooper at the distillery when this whisky was laid down in the cellars. Increasingly rare.
Cask type: Bourbon cask
43.1% ABV / 70cl
Bottle Number: 125 / 550
Please note some marking to tin.
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