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Scottish Whiskey Dramfool Lochindaal 2009

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Islay Single Malt Scotch Whiskey

Distillery : Bruichladdich

Bottler : Dramfool

Vintage : 2009

Age : 12 years old

Cask Type : Bourbon

Colour : Pretty deep marigold yellow

Strength : 62.1%

Number of bottles : 212 bottles

Bottle size : 700ml

Country : Product of Scotland

Tasting Notes by Jim McEwan

Body - Muscular, mellow and full of the joys of Islay character.

The nose - Brilliant opening on setting heather fires with a hint of spring undergrowth. Daffodils, snowdrops and ferns all encapsulated in a halo of peat smoke and mellow oak.

Pure magic! It's Islay in a glass and I would have loved to make whiskey in the old distillery but didn't get the chance. So I created this whiskey based on what I learned from my old friend Roderick McLeod who claimed to have tasted it. After having consumed a few glasses, he shared the magic recipe with me: "Jim, it was a good dram and I really liked it!" And that's it, no more info! So here is my version of how this whiskey would have tasted as I imagine it.

A good peated dram, enjoy and thank Roderick for his massive contribution! This is a rare whiskey and I hope the angels and Roderick enjoy their share!

The palate - Pure Islay from all points of view, it's marvelous and rare, just like Roderick McLeod was!

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