“Deliciously sweet peat from one of the lost distilleries of the Scottish Highlands: Brora”
Brora distillery is now closed and these are part of the last remaining stocks that Diageo releases yearly. Brora sunset began with the building of Clynelish just in front of them.
This scotch whisky has been bottled at cask strength.
This dram has a fino-like color.
Nose (92): more than average. peat, honey, floral, vanilla, wood, spices.
Palate (92): smooth, powerful, oily. peat, honey, floral, citrus, wood, peaches, vanilla, earth.
Finish (90): longer than average. peat, honey, floral.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this Brora 30 Year Old / 8th Release / Bot. 2010 Highland Whisky with 91 points over 100.
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