Bruichladdich can make it hard to be a whisky reviewer. Especially one with video game mentalities in our day and age.
If you don’t have that feeling, then congratulations. You have a sensible way of looking at objectives, with an understanding that there are some that you won’t achieve. Those of us who otherwise grew up wondering if Mario can, in fact, go everywhere, get every coin, and if the unapologetic programmers don’t seem to take notice, your own brain makes up goals/rewards of it’s own.
And then you move from video games to whisky, and along comes the Dark Souls of Bruichladdich. Not saying they have dark souls, more so I’m comparing the difficulty of the game to trying to review all the multitudes of different offerings of Bruichladdich.
That brings us to Bruichladdich Bourbon Cask 16. So given the different casks, with different finishes, with tons of…
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