Brora 30 yo 2002 Release

by Oliver Klimek on June 22, 2012

52.4%


My Tasting Notes:

Colour: Dark gold
Nose: Honey, bees wax, orange zest, hints of nutmeg and a whiff of smoke. Later a certain brininess evolves.
Palate: Gentle peat, apples, orange zest, grapefruit, walnuts, nutmeg, hints of white pepper.
Finish: Very long, fruity, slightly dry and spicy.
Overall: This malt is infinetely complex, the tasting notes just capture the principal flavours, there are many more minor aromas to discover. The wood remains gentle and adds even more depth.

Rating: 92/100 – no price information as this is a collector’s bottle

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Steffen Bräuner July 15, 2012 at 12:45 am

This is my favourite of the Brora annual releases

Steffen

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