Excerpt: The palate opens to Parma violets, underpinned with light lavender, where fleshiness mingles with the exotic notes of manuka honey, pomegranate, apricot pits, and dried lemon. It pushes malt into a new area, but that’s the point.
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A blend of casks known only to Bruichladdich's Jim McEwan, Black Art 4.1 was distilled in 1990 at Bruichladdich in a rare annual release that seeks to capture the mind of the magician on staff at one of Islay's most transparent, yet enigmatic distilleries.