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Bruichladdich Octomore Whiskey 14.2

Vendor Bruichladdich
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Prepare to embark on an exhilarating journey into the world of extreme peated whisky with Bruichladdich's Octomore 14.2. Renowned for pushing the boundaries of what's possible in whisky-making, Octomore 14.2 represents the apex of innovation, craftsmanship, and sheer audacity.

With a peat level reaching an astonishing 208 parts per million (ppm), Octomore 14.2 is a veritable powerhouse of smoke and intensity. Yet, beneath its formidable exterior lies a complexity that defies expectation. This expression is a testament to the mastery of Bruichladdich's distillers, who have harnessed the wild essence of Islay's peat to create a whisky that is as bold as it is refined.

Aged for fourteen years in the finest oak casks, Octomore 14.2 has matured to perfection, developing layers of depth and nuance that rival even the most venerable of Scotch whiskies. From the moment it touches your lips, you are enveloped in a whirlwind of flavor—a symphony of peat smoke, charred oak, and sweet vanilla that dances across the palate.

But Octomore 14.2 is more than just a sensory experience—it's a journey of discovery. Each sip reveals new dimensions of flavor, from hints of dark chocolate and espresso to delicate floral notes and a touch of brine. Whether enjoyed neat or with a splash of water, this whisky invites exploration, inviting you to unlock its secrets one sip at a time.

With its unparalleled intensity and complexity, Bruichladdich's Octomore 14.2 is a whisky like no other. Bold, daring, and utterly unforgettable, it's a testament to the spirit of innovation that drives Bruichladdich forward, pushing the boundaries of what's possible in the world of whisky-making.



Tasting Notes

Prepare to be mesmerized by the intense and captivating experience of Bruichladdich's Octomore Whiskey 14.2. With each sip, the palate is engulfed in a symphony of bold flavors, where the unmistakable essence of peat smoke reigns supreme. Layers of rich, earthy peat intermingle with notes of charred oak and dark chocolate, creating a sensory landscape that is both robust and enticing.

Yet, beneath its formidable exterior, Octomore 14.2 reveals surprising complexity and refinement. Subtle hints of vanilla and toffee dance delicately on the tongue, while a whisper of sea salt brings a refreshing contrast to the intense smokiness. With a lingering finish that is both warm and satisfying, this whisky leaves a lasting impression that will linger on the palate long after the final sip.

Bruichladdich's Octomore Whiskey 14.2 is not merely a whisky—it's an experience. A testament to the artistry and innovation of the distiller, it pushes the boundaries of what's possible, inviting the adventurous palate to explore the outer limits of flavor and intensity.

Distillery Information

This unpeated single malt whisky is made at the Bruichladdich Distillery on the isle of Islay in Scotland. The mash, made from 100% Scottish barley, is twice-distilled in copper pot stills and aged in a range of barrels that include American oak and European wine casks that are vatted together.Bruichladdich Distillery (/brʊxˈlædi/ bruukh-LAD-ee; Scottish Gaelic: [pɾuə'xl̪ˠat̪ɪç]) is a distillery on the Rhinns of the isle of Islay in Scotland. The distillery produces mainly single malt Scotch whisky, but has also offered artisanal gin.
npeated single malt whisky is a big gateway to Scotch whisky for a lot of American whiskey drinkers. The sweet malts are a little more familiar and welcoming than some of the peat monsters from Scotland, which are often brimming with medicinal, iodine, and ashtray notes (to name but a few).Bruichladdich Distillery - Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Bruichladdich's Classic Laddie is a no-age-statement single malt, meaning that all you know from the label is that it's at least three years old – because whisky can't legally be called whisky until it reaches that age.
Bruichladdich is Gaelic (Bruchláddich or Bruikladdie) and means corner of the beach or gentle slope of the sea. The distillery was built in the year 1881 by the Brothers Robert, William and John Gourlay Harvey.