Brooklyn, NY, April 21, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Whiskey Place, a high-end, online retailer specializing in luxury single malt scotches and other coveted bottles, is currently promoting a new series of short-term discounts on its collection of Bruichladdich scotch whiskey. Available via its website, located at http://www.TheWhiskeyPlace.com, the five-bottle collection features coveted, hard-to-find distillations that would please single malt scotch whiskey collectors and imbibers alike.
Bruichladdich is known among scotch whiskey drinkers for being one of only two independent distilleries on the isle of Islay. Dating back to its founding in 1881, the distillery is known for sourcing its pure water from the nearby Bruichladdich loch and Octomore spring. Since it was first established, Bruichladdich has used tall, narrow stills that contribute to a notably pure and clean product, and sources only the finest barley from Islay and elsewhere in Scotland. Boasting 100 percent natural bottlings without chill filtration or the addition of any coloring agents, it’s a single malt whiskey that’s representative of the best that Scotland’s single malt scotches have to offer.
For drinkers who’d like an introduction to Bruichladdich’s repertoire of high-end single malt scotch whisky, The Whiskey Place has currently made available the producer’s 16 Year distillation, aged in American bourbon casks. Available for $85.99 per bottle (or for an additional reduction of $81.69 per bottle if 12 or more are purchased), the single malt whiskey offers a smooth, rounded body complemented by a warm, malty nose and lingering finish. Unlike other Islay-based distilleries, like Laphroaig and Lagavulin, Bruichladdich features only a subtle peatiness that does not overwhelm the scotch’s malty character with excessive smoke.
Though only aged for one additional year, Bruichladdich’s 17 Year single malt scotch offers a very different flavor profile, in part due to time spent aging in rum casks. With its lightly creamy body, the luscious distillation offers tasters a sweet and briny nose, which is followed up by a powerful, fruit-filled body that lingers on the palate. This bottling, available in limited quantities, is now being offered on The Whiskey Place’s website for an accessible $89.99 per bottle, and shoppers can pay just $85.49 per bottle if 12 or more bottles are purchased at once.
For avid collectors, The Whiskey Place has also made available the limited batch Bruichladdich 21 Year Black Art single malt scotch. Only 6,000 bottles were created of this rare, coveted distillation, which was handcrafted by Jim McEwan, the Head Distiller of Bruichladdich. First created in 1989 before its 2010 bottling, Black Art boasts an extremely full and complex portfolio of tasting notes, including cherry blossom, toasted oak, brown sugar, berries, apple, cinnamon, and soft smoke and brine accents. The hard-to-find distillation is now available on The Whiskey Place for $169.99, or $161.49 if purchased in larger quantities.
To connect with The Whiskey Place and browse its high-end selection of single malt scotches, find the seller online at http://www.TheWhiskeyPlace.com, or call 877-944-6440. The Whiskey Place also keeps active social media profiles at http://www.facebook.com/TheWhiskeyPlace and http://twitter.com/TheWhiskeyPlace, as well as a scotch whiskey blog at http://www.ScotchWhiskeyBlog.com.