Age in the bottle really shouldn't be a problem, especially with something as full of taste as a Brora, and a 60% at that.
But again that might not be the case here - and I also suggest you give it a little time to breathe.
Name: Brora 13yo 1982-1995 Cadenhead’s 59.2% abv
Region: Coastal Highland
Notes: A special treat to savor, hard to replace
Color: Light wheat, greenish amber
Nose: Floral, lemony, perfumey, touch of vanilla, wet woodiness
Palate: Malty, sweet notes, citrus, acidic, a hint of honey roasted nuts
Body: Dry, almond skins
Finish: Very long and quenching, growing sweeter with time
Things may change some when it really has time to open up. It has some complex stuff going on in the palate that I have yet to identify. all in all a unique bottle I will enjoy for a long while.
These are the old screen printed Authentic Collection Cask Strength bottlings with a small tan paper label in the middle with distillery info. I'm probably going to get a 22yo Glenlivet from '72 and maybe a 22yo Ledaig when I get back to the source. I don't swap or sell so I just need to make the trip. Let me know if its the same Brora.
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