Bruichladdich Resurrection 2001

Bruichladdich Resurrection 2001

One of my favourite things that popped up all of the UK was the idea of “Drams of the Month/Day/Moment”. Nothing says “Hey, we are putting in effort” like choosing an interesting dram and having information about it. Not to mention it gives new to whisky people new drams to try. Also it tells me that someone in the bar actually knows what they are talking about, or at least has the ovaries to express their opinion. That’s gutsy and shows moxy, so I likes it.

So after doing two review requests from this sub, I decided I’d go with the Feather’s Pub[1] recommendation for this month, the Bruichladdich Resurrection 2001.

This dram is a celebration bottling from the distiller. It was the first distilled by Jim McEwan using their traditional way. It is lightly peated (10 ppm) and will not be repeated… which given that it’s Bruichladdich…

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