Bruichladdich's Scotch Whiskies are Branded as "The Last of Their Kind"

 - Nov 15, 2017
References: scotchwhisky & thespiritsbusiness
Bruichladdich is a distillery on the isle of Islay in Scotland that recently released a trio of Scotch whiskies that feature the final casks from distillations in 1984, 1985 and 1986. As such, these bottles are being called "the last of their kind" and appeal to consumers who might fall prey to a fear of missing out.

While the 1984 bottling provides what Bruichladdich calls a "classic expression," the 1986 bottling is touted as an ultra-rare whisky "taken from seven oloroso Sherry butts filled in 1986, then transferred by McEwan into Pedro Ximénez Sherry butts from Bodegas Rey Fernando de Castilla in 2012."

The making of these spirits has seen three generations of distillers contribute to the making of the products, giving consumers the chance to experience history through their sense of taste.