Whisky Review: Braeval 1991 Brachadair 21 Year

Braeval 1991 Brachadair 21 Year / 53.1% ABV

Tasted neat, then with some mineral water

Color: White gold
Nose: Sweet and waxy, dried grass, coconut milk, ginger and white pepper, lime zest. Oak and vanilla.
Palate: Slightly waxy mouthfeel but spicyness coming through quickly and very strong. Fruit, coconut. Long finish with hints of woodsmoke.
  • Nose: oak, sour lemons, paraffin, thyme; hay bales and green apple
  • Taste: oily, cream, candlewax, vanilla, and oak; sawdust and coconut
  • Finish: long, sweet custard

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Elliott

Elliott

Personal interests in literature, SF, and whisky/whiskey/scotch, Software Engineer by Trade