The 1980s' iteration of Bruichladdich's 10-year-old whisky. These white label bottlings are very different to the current output from the distillery, but still focus on an elegant and unpeated style. The whisky is grassy and fresh with gentle fruit a slice of this cult Islay distillery's history and a great whisky as well.
Nose: grainy and caramel. Herbal tea, fudge, hot butter. Quite fresh.
Mouth: bolder and a little creamy. Develops on herbal tea, fudge, getting quite oaky and finally grainy. Hints of spices (clove).