2nd barrel of Bruichladdich for Dom Whisky!


Dear Whiskey Lovers!

This year’s edition of our festival was full of premieres, the most anticipated for us was the premiere of the 2nd edition of Bruichladdich Micro-Provenance for Dom Whisky.

Bruichladdich 13 years old ( D.2007, B.2021) Micro-Provenance Dom Whisky Collection /60,3%/ – Today the distillery is owned by the French drink company Rémy Cointreau and ran by Adam Hannett (Jim McEwan left in 2015), who masterfully follows his mentor steps. Here we have our second exclusive bottling of Bruichladdich – the whisky distilled on November 23, 2007 from Troon barley variety was originally aged in ex-bourbon barrels till 2013 and then aged in ex-Sauternes cask #13/010-26. Bottled at natural strength of 60.3% abv for the 7th edition of Whisky Festival in Jastrzębia Góra with an outrun of 282 bottles.

Nose: slightly spirity, sea breeze, ripe apples and pears, apricots, orange peel, honey, vanilla, butterscotch, cocoa, hints of candied ginger and oak and a pinch of salt.

Palate: honey, vanilla, caramel, nectarines, Mirabelle jam, candied citrus peel, banana bread, toffee, cappuccino, ginger, hints of allspice and oak.

Finish: fairly long, with notes of honey, vanilla, milk chocolate, nectarines, oranges, walnuts, ginger and a dash of lemon pepper.

The edition can be found in our Dom Whisky Online and in our whisky shops in Warsaw and Reda: https://sklep-domwhisky.pl/product-pol-25050-Bruichladdich-13-letni-D-2007-B-2021-Micro-Provenance-Dom -Whisky-Collection-60-3-0-7l.html