Brora 32 year old 2011 Bottling Note
Bottle number 1254 of 1404 bottles released worldwide. 70cl. 54.7% vol. Level in neck, bottle and box in good condition.
Diageo 2011 Special Releases included this 32 year old Brora, aged in refilled European and American oak casks, which returned a magnificent, deep and complex malt whisky of distinction.
Colour: Antique Gold. Nose: Mild yet complex. Sharp freshness rises over sweet malt with fragrant wood smoke curling in the background. Gradually more fruity and waxy, while adding water brings menthol and floral notes. Palate: Subdued and sweet with subtle smoke followed by sweet charred notes (burnt fruit cake), smoother with water, still sweet then salty and drying. Finish: Long and warming, with late smoke and crushed peppercorns.