Bruichladdich Whisky Distillery

The Bruichladdich distillery was built in 1881 by Barnett Harvey. Over the 20th century, the distillery was passed down to Barnett's son William, and it was eventually sold to Joseph Hobbs in 1937. It remained silent for the Second World War, before reopening and growing in the period after that. The in-house maltings were shut down in 1961, with malt then trucked in from Islay's Port Ellen maltings, and thanks to an increase in business, a further pair of stills were built in 1975.The distillery was later bought by Whyte and Mackay, and then sold to Invergordon Distillers in 1993. It was shut down in 1995 before being purchased and reinstated by Murray McDavid in 2000. Today, the distillery is run by Jim McEwan, a former manager from Bowmore. He uses all manner of different peating levels and maturation casks and the result is a very interesting whisky with a cult-like following.

Bruichladdich Whisky Distillery

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Bruichladdich's sixth release of their unique Octomore, the world's most heavily peated whisky. Supremely powerful but surprisingly youthful, the Octomore is utterly compelling.  More info
Bruichladdich's very popular Islay gin, The Botanist, has received a stylish new bottle, but the extraordinarily varied selection of botanicals that makes it so brilliantly delicious and complex...  More info
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A much anticipated release from That Boutique-y Whisky Company - this is their first bottling of Bruichladdich single malt Scotch whisky. The Islay distillery is renowned for their inventive and...  More info
Made using 100% Scottish barley and casks hand-picked by Jim McEwan in the village of Port Charlotte, this single malt has a traditionally strong peated essence paired with a refined composure.  More info
This is Bruichladdich's fourth edition of their Black Art whiskies, made using a secret recipe unknown to everyone bar its creator.  More info
Ancien Regime is a bourbon cask-matured Bruichladdich, distilled in 1998 and originally bottled for Feis Ile (the Islay Festival) in 2011. Just 2,500 bottles were made.  More info
Using premium American oak casks to mature The Classic Laddie by the shores of Lochindaal helped master distillery Jim McEwan to exemplify the floral, unpeated style that Bruichladdich is well known...  More info
Barley from the Minister's Field at Rockside Farm was grown specially for Bruichladdich to use in the 2007 edition of their Islay Barley series. The casks chosen to mature this single malt were...  More info
This was bottled in 2011 by Bruichladdich, originally for Feis Ile (the Islay Festival). It was distilled on the 11th September 2001, and was aged in bourbon wood before bottling at the age of 9 years...  More info
This is a delicious Islay whisky from a secret distillery (the name of which begins with the letters Br…) and it comes from Speciality Drinks' popular Elements of Islay range.  More info
This is a Coopers Choice bottling of Port Charlotte single malt Scotch whisky, which is the name used for peated whisky from the Bruichladdich distillery. It went into the hogshead in 2004 and was...  More info
This is a 19 year old Bruichladdich from Berry Brothers and Rudd. It was bottled for their John Milroy range.  More info
An independent bottling of Bruichladdich single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a single cask for 21 years - from December 1992 to March 2014. 214 bottles were produced as part of Duncan Taylor's...  More info
Bruichladdich's The Laddie Ten is a 10 year old Islay whisky which was bottled in September 2011 under the distillery's new owners.  More info
This is a 22 year old bottling of the unpeated Islay malt whisky Bruichladdich. This expression is the oldest in the Laddie Classic range.  More info
Port Charlotte PC8 75cl
(75cl, 60.50%)
A cask strength, peated classic from Bruichladdich in a 75cl bottle. “Ar duthcas” is the Gaelic for “Land of our heritage”.  More info
This independent bottling of Bruichladdich single malt Scotch whisky was distilled during October 1991. It aged until September 2012, when Gordon and MacPhail bottled it at cask strength without chill...  More info
Single malt Scotch whisky from the Bruichladdich distillery on Islay. It was matured in an oak cask for 20 years before it was bottled by Duncan Taylor as part of the Dimensions selection, with 300...  More info
This is an independent bottling of Bruichladdich single malt Scotch whisky, carried out by WM Cadenhead. The whisky was distilled in 1991 and bottled in October 2013. 276 bottles were produced.  More info
A 19 year old Islay malt, distilled at the Bruichladdich distillery in 1992 and bottled for the popular Cooper's Choice series.  More info
Bottled by Douglas Laing as part of the Old Particular independent bottlings, this Bruichladdich single malt Scotch whisky from Islay was allowed to rest in a single cask for 25 years, from February...  More info
The Octomore range from Bruichladdich uses malt that has been peated to an extraordinarily high specification. Octomore 03.1 has phenol levels of 152 ppm, roughly 100 ppm higher than most heavily...  More info
Distilled in 1985, this is the fourth edition of Bruichladdich DNA - a popular whisky made with some of the finest stocks form the distillery. It was aged for 27 years before bottling.  More info
Part of WM Cadenhead's Small Batch range, this is a 20 year old Bruichladdich single malt Scotch whisky from Islay. 738 bottles were produced.  More info
This is the first of the Port Charlotte bottlings to join Bruichladdich’s core, on-going range, unlike PCs 1 through 9. It was distilled from malt peated to 40ppm and offers and intense, rich flavour.  More info
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