Bruichladdich 1964 The Piper’s Preferred /49,5%/
There are at least two factors that determine the unique status of the whisky presented here. The first is the year of distillation, 1964. In 1960, DCL sold Bruichladdich Distillery to whisky brokers AB Grant & Co., then owners of Bladnoch Distillery. At the time, Bruichladdich was a small distillery equipped with one pair of stills and produced limited quantities of fine whisky. In 1968, the distillery became the property of Invergordon Distillers, later Whyte & Mackay; in both cases, the companies focused on the production and distribution of blended whisky. The second factor is the bottler, Scotchconnection, a minor German company that, according to our information, operated from 1996 to 1998. They released their whiskies under the “The Piper’s Preferred” label, and we could only find fourteen entries.
Bruichladdich 1964 was most likely bottled in 1996. We found that “The Piper’s Preferred” series consisted exclusively of single cask expressions. Based on the whisky’s color, we can guess it was aged in sherry cask. After watching the whisky market for years, we have not yet encountered a negative opinion about Bruichladdich single cask distilled before 1968. On the contrary, they were all outstanding.
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