Bruichladdich presents The Three Tens
2nd edition of The Laddie 10,Charlotte 10 and Octomore 10 released
In 2000 the whisky from inactive casks into a wide range of others. And he started the of own whisky.had been bought for 7.5 mio pounds by Mark Reynier, Simon Coughlin and Gordon Wright after it had been mothballed since 1994. Renovation was done and special attention was turned on the and inside. Head Distiller Jim McEwan took care of them and partly moved the
With the first release of the Laddie 10 the company proudly presented its first self-distilled 10 year old single malt whisky. These Three Tens that now were released also had been produced during that active time of Jim McEwan: Last year he handed over the job as a head distiller to Adam Hannett and retired. To that time the ownership of Bruichladdich had changed because it had been sold on 2012 to the company Remy Cointreau for 58 mio pounds.
All three single malts of the series Bruichladdich The Three Tens were produced from that grew here on the island of the Inner Hebrides. The was taken from local wells and the whisky is matured in warehouses on Islay. It is without and un-chilfiltered. No doubt: terroir shapes the character of the Bruichladdich whisky.
Bruichladdich The Laddie Ten - 2nd Edition 10 yo 2006/2016
The Laddie Ten 2nd Edition was batched from different kind of casks. The was matured in , sherry and wine casks. Tis 2nd edition was bottled with 50% in contrast to the first one that “only” offered 46% ABV. The Bruichladdich The Laddie Ten is made from unpeated .
Octomore - 2nd Edition 10 yo 2006/2016
With 167 single malt. The first 10 year old Octomore offered 80.5 ppm. First fill Bourbon and wine casks formed the character of this Bruichladdich whisky.this Octomore lives up to his reputation as the post peated
Port Charlotte - 2nd Edition 10 yo 2006/2016
A smokiness of 40 ppm makes the Port Charlotte a link between the Bruichladdich and the Octomore. It was matured in first fill Bourbon, sherry and wine from Spain and France.