This review focuses on a rather interesting expression of Royal Brackla and it was distilled in 2006, matured in a bourbon hogshead for 11 years before being bottled at a cask strength abv of 60.9% in 2018.
So, let's dive right into the review!
The Single Cask Royal Brackla 2006 11 Years Old (60.9% abv)
Nose: Fruit, rancio and barley hints followed by white pepper, musty oak, green ferns, white wine, lime and green tea. Palate: Rich and sweet palate followed by barley, ferns, rock sugar, green tea and white wine. Oak and spice. Finish: Long on the finish, with more of the rock sugar and white wine hints alongside some dusky oak. Mellow even at that abv.
This expression can be purchased by the dram or as a part of a flight and can also be purchased by the bottle at the following link: