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Brora Single Malt Scotch Whisky


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Closed 1983
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Brora Whisky distillery was established in 1819 near the small Sutherland town of the same name. Originally the distillery was known as the Clynelish distillery before the new Clynelish distillery was built close by in 1968. The old distillery closed in 1969 but reopened again in 1975 under the name Brora before finally closing for good in 1983. When someone speaks of Brora Whisky they are referring to whisky produced/distilled between 1969 and 1983. There is a noticeable difference between Brora malt and Clynelish malt, Brora used a more heavily peated malt which set its whisky apart from the more lightly peated Clynelish.

It is said that the Brora distillery produced the most peaty malt in the Highlands Whisky region. The nickname for Brora Malt Whisky was "The Lagavulin of the North".
 

Brora Tasting Notes


Brora 30 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Gold yellow.
Nose: Wonderfully smoky, smoke and tar.
Taste: Malty, smoky. Swaying character between sugared sweet and salty. Herb wet grass, liquorice. Very maritime, could have been an Islay Malt.
Finish: Long lingering, very fine. Fruity apple, prune. Hint of liquorice.

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Brora Bottlings


Brora offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • Brora 30 Year Old Single Malt Original Bottling. To date there are four releases of this wonderful 30 Year Old malt available. Bottlings from 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
  • You will also find a number of Brora Malt Whisky independent bottlings available. Check out online Whisky shops such as The Whisky Exchange, they have a pretty good selection.

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