Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2010 single peat non-malt was created by the master distiller Jim McEwan to show the character and elegant and floral style of the Bruichladdich.
And he succeeded completely, so much so that the value and quality of the Bruichladdichse whysky cannot be understood. The single malt unpeated Islay Barley 2010 was not tried.
A single malt distilled in 2010 and aged for about 6 years in American ex-bourbon oak barrels
It was distilled specifically to represent the distillate's floral and non-peaty style, using 100% organic Scottish barley.
This single malt was produced exclusively with barley of the Optic and Oxibridge varieties from the island of Islay, barley was harvested in 2009 and was subsequently used for the distillation of this product in 2010.
This single malt from the island of Islay is well suited for a sip, a relaxing and meditative evening dram.
Equipped with an elegant yellow tube is a gift always appreciated.
Color: bright straw yellow color.
Aroma: it is sweet, elegant, with notes of wild flowers, barley, lemon and honey.
Palate: it is fresh, notes of oak, barley, apples and grapes with touches of cinnamon, cane sugar and some salty hints.
Finale: medium-lasting, with notes of malt, caramel, honey and a mineral touch.
For a combination with Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2010 we recommend the floral and intense Undercrown Flying pigs.