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Bruichladdich Launches Singapore Exclusive Single Cask Whisky

Discover the essence of Islay.

Bruichladdich, the legendary Islay distillery, has unveiled its latest gem exclusively for Singapore: the Micro Provenance Single Cask 0287. This limited-edition whisky, hand-selected by Head Distiller Adam Hannett, epitomises Bruichladdich's dedication to provenance and innovation in flavour.

With just 288 bottles available, Cask 0287 is a true rarity. Distilled in February 2011 and aged for 12 years in a second-fill Jurançon cask before bottling in May 2023, this whisky offers a glimpse into the character of Bere barley, an ancient grain cherished by Bruichladdich. Adam Hannett chose this particular cask for its bold flavour profile and robust strength, clocking in at 60.3% ABV. The influence of the Jurançon cask, sourced from Southwest France, enriches the whisky with citrus notes, adding layers of complexity to the spirit.

This release is part of Bruichladdich's Micro Provenance range, highlighting the diversity of casks maturing at the distillery's home on Islay's shores. With over 200 different cask types carefully aged at Loch Indaal, each hand-selected by Hannett, the Micro Provenance range offers whisky enthusiasts a chance to experience the full spectrum of flavours that Bruichladdich has to offer.

 

“We’re thrilled to bring this exceptional range to Singapore,” said Hannett. “Cask 0287 exemplifies our dedication to experimentation and passion for showcasing the quality of our casks, following the success of Cask 0315 in 2022, aged in Syrah barrels. These single casks encapsulate all of our values: quality over quantity, provenance, and led not by age but by flavour. We hope to offer whisky enthusiasts in Singapore a unique opportunity to experience the complexity of these single-cask expressions.”

 The Bruichladdich Micro Provenance Single Cask 0287 is available for purchase in Singapore exclusively at One Cellar for S$288. For more information, please visit One Cellar.


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