Edition 12 Ten Aged Years
The fifth edition of Octomore Ten Aged Years, this single malt does not disappoint. Viscous, sweet and beautifully structured, this release is limited to 3,500 bottles and available exclusively from Bruichladdich Distillery.
THE FIFTH TEN AGED YEARS RELEASE
Originally malted to 90.3PPM, this Octomore spirit spent its first five years maturing in first fill ex-American oak casks.
For its final five years, it would be re-casked into wine barriques, hailing from a bodega in northern Spain.
This Ribera del Duero wine is known for its intense flavour and complexity, owing to its altitude (~900m), exposure to wind and organic production methods. The resulting Octomore single malt is viscous, sweet and structured, with a touch of dryness from the tannic European oak.
“AT THAT AGE, WITH THE QUALITY OF THOSE CASKS, THIS OCTOMORE IS ABSOLUTELY SINGING.”
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EXPLORE MORE FROM OCTOMORE
Our Octomore single malts have defied received whisky wisdom since they were first distilled in 2002. Sometimes bottled at five ears old, always super-heavily peated and bottled close to cask strength, Octomore’s surprising elegance has led us to define it as “The Impossible Equation”.
£135.00 59.2% ALC./VOL.
Octomore 13.1 is as youthful and dynamic as its super-heavily peated predecessors. Distilled patiently from the 2015 harvest of 100% Scottish Mainland barley, this single malt is malted to a stratospheric 137.3 PPM and matured in the highest quality American oak casks.
£150.00 58.3% ALC./VOL.
Octomore 13.2 offers an alternative maturation to the structural brilliance delivered by its 13.1 counterpart. In an indulgent point of difference, the five-year-old spirit has spent its entire maturing life in Oloroso butts from Fernando de Castilla, Spain.
£190.00 61.1% ALC./VOL.
Octomore 13.3 demonstrates the phenomenal force of flavour when combining super-heavy peat with the variable harvests gathered from the island of Islay, raised by friend and farmer James Brown on one singular farm.