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Brackla Distillery was founded in 1812 by Captain William Fraser and became the first Scottish whisky distillery awarded with Royal Warrant. Apparently King William IV liked Brackla whisky so much that in 1835 allowed Fraser to use “Royal” prefix (the warrant was renewed by Queen Victoria in the 1850s). Currently the distillery is owned by John Dewar & Sons, since 1998 subsidiary of Bacardi, and produces 4 million liters of spirit per annum, most of which goes into Dewar’s brand. In 2015 Bacardi introduced Last Great Malt series, which included three expressions of Royal Brackla. The 16 years old expression spent final period of maturation in first fill ex-Oloroso sherry casks.
Nose: fruity with delicate floral notes, apricots, ripe apples, bananas, traces of hay, breakfast cereals, crème brûlée, hints of cinnamon and vanilla.
Palate: pretty strong sherry statement, candied orange peel, cherries, apricots, delicate herbal notes, cinnamon, almonds, traces of tobacco and oak.
Finish: medium long, spicy, with notes of vanilla and pleasant oaky dryness.