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Awesome whisky. Colouring free, non-chill filtered. 46%

It's an Islay malt, but not a peaty one.

Excellent price, normally 26-27 quid

Some reviews from connosr.com:
http://www.connosr.com/reviews/bruichladdich/bruichladdich-rocks/


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BourneTrader#1
£2 off if you work for asda think my other half would be pleased with a bottle a that
ikran3 1 Like #2
still trying to figure out how you can have a non-peaty islay malt...?
themachman#3
a very good whisky,hot,hot,hot
ihe001#4
ikran3
still trying to figure out how you can have a non-peaty islay malt...?


It's made on Islay with barley that hasn't been (or is lightly) peated?
EportJake#5
ikran3
still trying to figure out how you can have a non-peaty islay malt...?

They dont use peat to smoke the malt during the drying process.

Good price BTW.

Edited By: EportJake on Mar 22, 2012 22:35
Sweetchuck#6
This is still lightly peated, but nowhere near as strong as Ardbeg or Laphroaig.
aerotec 1 Like #7
Wonderful whisky. I have one of their 30 year bottlings from 1973. Also worth noting it is one of the few independent distilleries with the rest part of multinationals. When I visited the distillery a few years back the staff were sitting there putting labels on bottles. I think they only do that for special bottlings though as there packaging is top notch. Worth googling the time they were investigated by the CIA, or was it the Feds? As a result they brought out a whisky called WMD, I'll try to find a link about it.
Monkeybumcheeks#8
Decent price for a single malt whether it's peated or unpeated !

Cheers op 8)
Virtual Insanity#9
Scores a very very high 90 in Jim Murray's whisky bible, think I'll be giving this a try. Cheers.
rfcrangers#10
Awesome trip to Asda the morra....Out ma face by this time morra night
jaydeeuk1#11
Not tried this one yet, can't be any worse than the Jura 10 year old though, horrible stuff.

Caol Isla 25 year old and the laphraoig quarter cask are my favourites so far, if you like your islay stuff then the quarter cask is amazing for the price
Monkeybumcheeks 3 Likes #12
jaydeeuk1
Not tried this one yet, can't be any worse than the Jura 10 year old though, horrible stuff.

Caol Isla 25 year old and the laphraoig quarter cask are my favourites so far, if you like your islay stuff then the quarter cask is amazing for the price


Horses for courses I reckon.

I'm quite a fan of single malts and I've liked every version of the Jura brand I've tried so far.
Jura Superstition is in the same price brand as this, its peated and tastes lovely.....after trying Laphroig and Talisker I know I prefer the Superstition.

The only trouble is, there are so many single malts it becomes a rather expensive pass time trying to discover the ultimate dram !

Cheers
Sweetchuck 4 Likes #13
jaydeeuk1
can't be any worse than the Jura 10 year old though, horrible stuff.

Sacrilege! Jura is one of the most beautifully balanced whiskies out there.
Monkeybumcheeks 1 Like #14
Sweetchuck
jaydeeuk1
can't be any worse than the Jura 10 year old though, horrible stuff.

Sacrilege! Jura is one of the most beautifully balanced whiskies out there.


Agreed, brother Sweetchuck :D
ethanmanc#15
One of my favourite whiskies.
I should probably keep quiet before more people discover it and I won't be able to stock!
:)


PS: (Almost) any single malt at this price is at least good value.
andy377banned 2 Likes #16
The English aren't allowed to drink this they can stick to there crap beer
woodstock#17
jaydeeuk1
Not tried this one yet, can't be any worse than the Jura 10 year old though, horrible stuff.

Caol Isla 25 year old and the laphraoig quarter cask are my favourites so far, if you like your islay stuff then the quarter cask is amazing for the price


Would have to agree with this, Laphroig quarter cask is seriously hard to beat, but the cask strength does it!
badgerpelt 4 Likes #18
andy377
The English aren't allowed to drink this they can stick to there crap beer

...because that would be good for the Scottish economy.
akasmiler#19
picked up a bottle last night after seeing good reviews on whiskey exchange & also seeing the average price. Very very nice, on a rock, & slightly warmed
Schadenfreude 3 Likes #20
andy377
The English aren't allowed to drink this they can stick to there crap beer

I drink Tennent's so I'll stick to your crap beer instead.

Also great price for a single malt though I've never tried it. In fact I only ever tend to drink Laphroaig so will give this a go.

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