Whisky Brora 30 Years Old Cask Strength, gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey bright honey-colored.
In the taste of whiskey a good mix of sweet notes - fruit and creamy toffee smoky and savory nuances of sea water. The finish is long, warm and spicy.
In a well-balanced flavor of whiskey clearly felt shades of oak, vanilla, sweet, peach and hints of marine notes.
Whiskey is recommended to use as a digestif.
Built Marquis Stafford, the first Duke of Sutherland in 1819, the plant was originally bore the name "Clynelish". It was intended to adopt a certain percentage of supplies from the local whiskey smugglers. In 1968, after just across the road were built new buildings for "Clynelish", the owners - SMD - renamed the old factory in the "Brora", in honor of the city. While SMD experimented a lot with very peaty whiskey. Isle of Islay suffered from drought, and producers looking for alternative methods for the production of whiskey in the "Islay style" on the mainland. After the test, SMD selects plant "Brora", and in the period from May 1969 to July 1973 are quite successfully engaged in manufacturing of peat whiskey. After 1973, the plant is returned to the production of whiskey in the classic "Highland 'style". 80-ies of XX century - not just a bad period for whiskey, it ended tragically for the industry - were closed about two dozen plants producing whiskey. In this list and hit "Brora". Closed in May 1983, the buildings were part of the plant, currently used "Clynelish", as a visitor center and warehouses. Today, the Group "Diageo" is on the market extant stocks "Brora", including - "Brora 30 Years Old Cask Strength", an extremely rare whiskeys, released a limited edition of 3,000 bottles.