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Royal Brackla has been marketed for years as “the King’s Own Whisky”. The distillery was founded in 1812 and granted the Royal Warrant in 1835 by King William IV. For much of the second half of the 19th Century the distillery sales agent was Andrew Usher, father of the creator of the first blended whisky, and we can presume that Royal Brackla malt was included into original formula of Usher’s green Stripe. Since 1998 the distillery is owned by John Dewar’s & Sons, subsidiary of Bacardi, and produces close to 4 million liters of spirit annually. The 8 years old expression was available in the early 1990s.
Nose: nice combination of vanilla, honey, peat and mild spice with delicate grassy notes.
Palate: fruity, apples and pears, honey, crème brûlée, pepper, touch of ginger and licorice and delicate peaty notes.
Finish: medium long, fruity with notes of pepper and lingering peat smoke.