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Bruichladdich Octomore 14.1 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Bruichladdich Octomore 14.1 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, a bold and exceptional expression that pushes the boundaries of peat to new heights. Crafted on the rugged shores of Islay, this limited edition release from the renowned Bruichladdich Distillery is a testament to the artistry and innovation that defines their approach to whisky making.

At the heart of Octomore 14.1 is the barley, carefully selected from local Islay farms. Grown in the distinctive maritime climate, the grain takes on the unique character of the island, imparting a depth and complexity to the final spirit. This single malt is a celebration of terroir, capturing the essence of Islay in every sip.

What sets Octomore 14.1 apart is its astonishing peatiness. Boasting an extraordinary 208 ppm (parts per million) phenol content, this whisky is a peat lover's dream. Yet, it's not just about the intensity of the peat; it's the harmonious balance achieved through Bruichladdich's meticulous production process that makes Octomore 14.1 a true masterpiece.

Matured in a combination of first-fill American oak and second-fill Grenache Blanc casks, the whisky undergoes a transformative journey, marrying the bold peat smoke with the sweet and fruity notes from the wood. The result is a symphony of flavors that dance on the palate—waves of smoky richness, interwoven with hints of vanilla, honey, and ripe orchard fruits.

The presentation of Octomore 14.1 is as striking as its flavor profile. Housed in a distinctive bottle adorned with the classic Bruichladdich branding, the whisky invites you to embark on a sensory adventure from the moment you lay eyes on it. Each bottle is individually numbered, underscoring the exclusivity of this exceptional release.

Whether you are a seasoned whisky connoisseur or an adventurous enthusiast seeking a dram that pushes the boundaries, Bruichladdich Octomore 14.1 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a must-have addition to your collection. Elevate your whisky experience with this bold and unparalleled expression from one of Islay's most revered distilleries.

ABV

59.6%

Tasting Notes

Bruichladdich Octomore 14.1 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky Tasting Notes:

Color:
Radiant gold, with hints of amber, reflecting the careful maturation in first-fill American oak and second-fill Grenache Blanc casks.

Nose:
The aroma is an enticing blend of peat smoke and maritime influences, reminiscent of a bonfire on the Islay coastline. Robust notes of earthy peat intertwine with sweet vanilla, honey, and a subtle undercurrent of brine. As you delve deeper, discover layers of citrus zest and orchard fruits, adding a touch of brightness to the rich and complex nose.

Palate:
Prepare your palate for an intense and bold experience. The first sip reveals a symphony of flavors led by an explosion of peat smoke, showcasing the remarkable 208 ppm phenol content. The smokiness is accompanied by a velvety sweetness, with vanilla and honey evolving into a medley of ripe apricots, apples, and pears. The mouthfeel is luxurious and textured, coating the tongue with a delightful combination of peaty richness and fruit-driven sweetness.

Finish:
The finish is long and lingering, leaving a warm and satisfying glow. The peat smoke continues to play a dominant role, gradually mellowing into a subtle sweetness. A touch of oak and spice emerges, adding complexity and depth to the finale. As the flavors slowly fade, hints of brine and sea spray remind you of the whisky's Islay origins.

Distillery Information

Bruichladdich Distillery:

Location:
Bruichladdich Distillery is located on the southern shores of the Isle of Islay, a rugged and picturesque island on the west coast of Scotland. The distillery overlooks Loch Indaal, providing a stunning backdrop for the production of its exceptional whiskies.

History:
The distillery has a rich history dating back to its establishment in 1881 by the Harvey brothers. Over the years, Bruichladdich has experienced periods of closure and changes in ownership, but its commitment to traditional craftsmanship and innovation has remained constant.

Philosophy:
Bruichladdich is known for its progressive and experimental approach to whisky production. The distillery values transparency, terroir, and the influence of natural elements, aiming to capture the essence of Islay in each bottle. They have a diverse range of expressions, from unpeated to heavily peated whiskies, showcasing the versatility of their production methods.

Production:
Bruichladdich is proud of its commitment to producing artisanal, handmade whiskies. They use traditional copper pot stills and focus on using local barley to emphasize the unique flavors of Islay. The distillery has experimented with various cask types, including different wine casks, to create distinctive and innovative expressions.

Octomore Series:
The Octomore series, including Octomore 14.1, is renowned for pushing the boundaries of peatiness in Scotch whisky. Bruichladdich has achieved this by using barley with an exceptionally high phenol content and carefully managing the distillation and maturation processes.

Environmental Stewardship:
Bruichladdich is known for its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. The distillery emphasizes sourcing local ingredients, minimizing waste, and using renewable energy sources to power its operations.

Visitor Experience:
The distillery welcomes visitors to experience its production process, offering tours and tastings that provide insight into the artistry and innovation behind Bruichladdich whiskies. The picturesque location and warm hospitality make it a must-visit destination for whisky enthusiasts exploring Islay.

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