Bruichladdich Bere Barley 50% 0.7L

Size: 0.7
Unit: l
Alcohol by volume: 50
Tasting Notes: Nose: Aromatics of water lily, buttercup, gorse and fern before floral notes mingle with the aromas of sweet malt and brown sugar. Then gooseberry, pear, apple and lemon are met by malted barley, rising in harmony with the vanilla rich oak. Palate: The texture is succulent – lemon meringue drizzled with warm honey, then a tidal surge of slow distilled spirit floods the palate with wave after wave of delicious soft fruits. A super sweet, butterkist flavour with just a hint of summer flowers.
Country of origin: GB
Kind: Malt Whisky


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The grain of Bere barley was grown on Islay, where it was sown in chemical-free soil that had been unused for a century. Bere is one of the world's oldest domestic cereals with Scottish antecedents that stretch back more than 6,000 years. It is quite different to modern varieties, as it produces very small yields and is, moreover, difficult to grow and harvest. The dense, rich grist can also play havoc with our Victorian-era machinery. But the end result is worth all the struggle – a fascinating, uber-provenance single malt whisky.


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