Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2009 (70cl, 50%)

Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2009Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2009

Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2009 (70cl, 50%)

The Islay Barley collection from Bruichladdich initially used barley grown from a single farm on Islay, although more recent vintages contain a combination.

This vintage uses barley was grown on three farms, Claggan, Cruach and Mulindry farms, and was distilled in 2009. It was bottled in 2015.

It's the 2009 vintage of Bruichladdich's popular Islay Barley single malt Scotch whisky! We love that Bruichladdich specify which farms the barley came from for these releases - this time, the barley came from Claggan, Cruach, Island and Mulindry farms on the renowned famous island in the Hebrides. 

Like its island neighbour Bunnahabhain distillery, Bruichladdich has traditionally been an un-peated single malt, mostly owing to its requirements by the blenders who owned it. The last of these was Whyte & Mackay, who eventually shut it down in 1995, deeming it surplus to requirements. They sold the distillery to Murray McDavid in 2001, who launched the peated Port Charlotte and heavily-peated Octomore single malts in 2006 and 2008. A recommissioned Lomond still also now produces the popular Botanist gin there.

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