Bruichladdich Islay Barley 2004

Aged: no age statement

Colour: caramel gold

Strength: 50%

Price bracket: around £35

Best for: making the argument in favour of provenance without having to say a word

Nose: lemon, salt and tropical fruit with dark coffee with a musky sweetness

Taste: rich, booms like a waterfall, midrange is raisins and spice, top end is a sharp aftertaste that simmers down rapidly

Verdict: fresh and wild, this is a lively display of what going local can really mean

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