An ecletic collection of malts for sale…
From Malt Reviews, "The barley in question is a mixture of Publican and Oxbridge barley varieties, and the spirit was matured in American oak.
Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2009 is much more of an intensely fruity whisky than any of the others in the series, and I feel there’s a little more going on. What surprises me about this one though is the changing nature of the whisky, a shape-shifting entity that’s risen up from the fields of Islay. It would be fantastic to do a tasting side-by-side with them all, but I consumed all the other editions.
Anyway. It’s a fine whisky indeed. I wouldn’t want the 2009 after or with food: it’s an aperitif, certainly, to be enjoyed on its own in the late afternoon."