firm z koncesją firm prowadzących
dalszą odsprzedaż (w PL i EN)
Brackla founded in 1812 is the first Scottish whisky distillery awarded with Royal Warrant. The warrant was presented in 1835 by King William IV and renewed by Queen Victoria in the 1850s. For much of the second half of the 19th Century Brackla’s sales agent was Andrew Usher, later partner in the distillery. His son, Andrew Usher II, created first blended whisky (by today’s standards) and we are quite certain that Royal Brackla malt was part the original Usher’s Green Stripe formula. Today the distillery is owned by John Dewar & Sons, subsidiary of Bacardi, and produces roughly 4 million liters of spirit per annum. The 21 years old expression was introduced in 2015 as part of Bacardi’s Last Great Malts series. It comprises whisky aged in ex-Oloroso sherry casks.
Nose: subtle and elegant, apples, raisins, mango, vanilla custard, notes of cloves and cinnamon, hints of licorice and eucalyptus and touch of leather.
Palate: lots of dried fruits, raisins, prunes, apricots, bitter chocolate, touch of bergamot and anise, candied ginger, cinnamon and subtle oaky bitterness.
Finish: quite long, malty, spicy, with hints of cocoa and oak.