“Great fruity flavor! And what about that peat... oh my God! Why did they close it?”
There are some cereal notes, with oily spice and a nice breath of smoke.
Brora distillery was closed in 1983 and it is now lost. So these series of cask strength bottles are what it is left of the stocks of this once great distillery that was put out of business mainly by Clynelish, built in front of Brora.
This dram has a amber-like color.
Nose (92): powerful. fruits, banana, floral, spices, honey, peat.
Palate (94): light, oily, powerful. floral, fruits, banana, spices, wood, wax, peat, honey.
Finish (93): very long. floral, spices, a little wood.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this Brora 30 years 2005 Release with 93 points over 100.
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