Bruichladdich means Stoney Bank Shore and is situated on the Rhinns of Islay. Established in 1881 by the Harvey Brothers it went though various owners until in 1994 it was closed by it's then owners, Jim Beam Brands, as being surplus to requirements.
At the very end of 2000 it was bought by a group of private investors headed up by Mark Reynier of Murray McDavid. Jim McEwan, an islander who had been working as head distiller at Bowmore distillery across the sound, was hired as production Director. Today the distillery goes from strength to strength bottling everything naturally, without additives at 46% vol or cask strength. They regularly release new limited edtion whiskies which are much sought after. In 2012 the distillery was sold to the family owned, French company Rémy-Cointreau.
The Botanist, Islay Dry Gin, 46% vol46.0% Vol
Gin > Scottish & Welsh GinA hand crafted gin made on Islay in Scotland from 22 native botanicals. Very complex nose from all...£37.00 per bottle
Bruichladdich 'The Classic Laddie', Scottish Barley, Islay Single Malt, 50% vol50.0% Vol
Whisky > Scotch WhiskyBruichladdich's pure expression of what they do! Unpeated, it is attractively floral, with fruity...£45.00 per bottle
Port Charlotte 10 Year Old, Heavily Peated, Islay Single Malt Whisky, 50% vol50.0% Vol
Whisky > Scotch WhiskyFrom Bruichladdich comes their peated variant under the Port Charlotte name. This is classic Islay...£49.95 per bottle