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Bruichladdich

Bruichladdich

Bruichladdich is a scotch whisky from the Bruichladdich distillery on the Isle of Islay. The distillery was founded in 1881 and produces a range of single malt scotch whiskies. Bruichladdich is part of the Hebridean malts group, which also includes Bowmore, Ardbeg, and Laphroaig.

The Bruichladdich distillery is located in Bruichladdich village on the west coast of Islay. The distillery uses water from Lochindaal to produce its whiskies. Bruichladdich has been producing whisky since 1881, with the exception of a break during World War II. Bruichladdich was reopened in 2001 by Mark Reynier, Simon Coughlin, and Jim McEwan.

Bruichladdich produces a range of single malt scotch whiskies, including the Bruichladdich Classic Range, the Bruichladdich Islay Barley Range, and the Bruichladdich Port Charlotte and Octomore ranges. The Bruichladdich Classic Range includes the Bruichladdich 10 Year Old, Bruichladdich 12 Year Old, and Bruichladdich 22 Year Old. The Bruichladditch Islay Barley Range includes the Bruichladditch Scottish Barley, Bruichladditch PX3, Bruichladditch The Laddie Ten, and Bruichladditch Rocks. The Bruichladdich Port Charlotte and Octomore ranges are peated whiskies that are produced using Islay-grown barley.

Bruichladdich is a scotch whisky that is meant to be enjoyed neat or with a splash of water. Bruichladdich can also be used in cocktails.