Bruichladdich Black Adder, 2005 10 years, 60,0%, 0,7L, hogshead 1540, 166 numbered bottles.
The distillery was closed numerous times, but in 2001 became the property of Murray & McDavid, an independent bottler, in combination with 25 shareholders. Meanewhile sold to Remy Cointreau.
Nose: Typical Islay with leather and sweetish barley and lots of fruit.
Taste: Sweet and plenty dark fruit followed by chimney soot and a lot of smoke
Finish: Spicy, smoky and burned peat.