Bruichladdich Bere Barley 2010 Weyland and watersfield, Quoyberstane, Northfield & Richmond Villa Farms

Temporarily out of stock

Temporarily out of stock

Bere Barley is a six-row heritage variety that has long since been forgotten from the modern world of standardised whisky making. Its revival into present day has taken effort and resilience from an entire network of millers, growers and agronomists. Our Bere project is dedicated to those like-minded souls, who have preserved a legacy and found modern applications in flavourful food and drinks, whatever the odds. This Bruichladdich Bere Barley was distilled in 2010 from a 2009 harvest, brought home by Peter, John, Magnus, Sydney and Duncan on the Orkney Islands.

Bere BARLEY 2010


  • Unpeated Islay single malt Scotch whisky
  • Distilled from Bere barley raised and harvested on Orkney in 2009 for a 2010 distillation
  • Matured in ex-bourbon American oak casks for a minimum of 8 aged years
  • Bottled unchilL-filtered and colouring free on the island of Islay at 50% abv

BRUICHLADDICH WHISKY IS ALWAYS:


MATURED ENTIRELY ON ISLAY
BOTTLED ON SITE USING ISLAY SPRING WATER
NON CHILL FILTERED
COLOURING FREE

Our obsession with barley has taken us on a journey over almost two decades. At first, we brought the world of wine to whisky, exploring terroir and celebrating the nuances of flavours that came with it. At present, we trace barley parcel by parcel from 27 farms from Islay, Orkney and the Scottish mainland through to distillation. Our warehouses now hold a fascinating catalogue of controlled experiments. Looking to the future, we recognise that there is yet more to do. Only by embracing whisky and agriculture as a holistic system will we unlock the potential of true innovation in Scotch.

Bruichladdich

bere barley 2010


Weyland and watersfield, Quoyberstane, Northfield & Richmond Villa Farms.

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