Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1 44.2% NV

4.3 sterren - 2 professionele reviews
€ 428,35 (excl. BTW)
518,30 (in. BTW)
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Distileerderij Bruichladdich
Bottelaar OB
Serie Black Art
Gebotteld voor
Gedistilleerd op
Gebotteld 2023
Land Schotland
Streek Islay
Leeftijd 24
Cask Type
Alcohol percentage 44.2
Inhoud 0,70
Etiket Perfect
Voorraad 5

Professionele reviews

BOW (90)

Bruichladdich, the progressive Islay distillery known for its commitment to innovation, craftsmanship, and unpeated whiskies, has once again captivated the whisky world with the release of Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1. This enigmatic expression, bottled at 44.2% ABV, is the eleventh installment in the Black Art series—a range celebrated for its mystery, complexity, and the artistry of Head Distiller Adam Hannett.

The Alchemy of Creation:

Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1 is a testament to the distillery's dedication to pushing the boundaries of whisky creation. The specific cask makeup and aging process are a closely guarded secret, known only to a select few, including the mastermind behind this alchemical masterpiece, Adam Hannett. The result is a whisky that transcends traditional tasting notes, inviting enthusiasts to embark on a journey of discovery with each sip.

Aromas of Intrigue:

The nose of Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1 is an intricate dance of aromas that beguile the senses. Notes of dark chocolate, dried fruits, and a whisper of oak greet the olfactory senses, hinting at the complexity that lies within. The absence of age statement allows for a more open interpretation, inviting the drinker to explore the depths of this mysterious elixir.

Palate Enchantment:

Upon the first sip, the palate is enveloped in a symphony of flavors that unfold in unpredictable harmony. The rich, velvety texture carries nuances of ripe berries, honeyed malt, and a touch of exotic spices. The 44.2% ABV provides a perfect balance, allowing the flavors to express themselves with elegance and refinement. The elusive nature of Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1 keeps the palate guessing, making each tasting a unique and enchanting experience.

Bottle Design and Elegance:

In addition to its enigmatic liquid, Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1 is presented in a visually stunning package. The sleek black bottle adorned with intricate gold detailing mirrors the mystique of the whisky it holds within. The overall design is a nod to the alchemical arts, reinforcing the idea that this expression is more than just a whisky—it's a work of art.


Bruichladdich Black Art 11.1 at 44.2% ABV is a triumph of artistry and innovation in the world of Scotch whisky. As the eleventh chapter in this intriguing series, it continues to push the boundaries of what is possible, inviting enthusiasts to explore the depths of flavor and mystery. This expression is not merely a drink; it's an experience—an alchemical journey that showcases the magic that can be achieved when skill, creativity, and passion converge in the world of whisky.

Serge Valentin (84)

So still pre-reopening juice (so Invergordon-Jim Beam Brands). Utterly love the blurb on the 'label' (well, the stencil), no stoopid AI could have ever written that true piece of post-modern literature. Colour: amber. Nose: it's on quince jelly, juicy sultanas, pinecones, a little talc, fond de taint, pollens, pink pepper and oregano, caraway, something syrah-y, pizza oil (I know that's not very romantic), tomato sauce, sage… An unusual construction that rather loses you, but it's full of (unlikely) charms. Mouth: I find this arrival weirdly spicy and woody. A lot of wood spices (oak, pine, fir), heavy spices, cumin and clove, lees, stalk… I know it's me but this is not my kind of concoction, not on the palate, even if brighter notes of oranges would then try to balance it all. Weird drink. Finish: long, bitter, sour and leafy. Almost some artisanal Italian bitter. Comments: I've always had troubles with the Black Arts. In the first place, I've never quite understood the idea behind them, but knowing that it's a highly successful line, I'll simply tip my hat to them and bow modestly before this modern art of doing bizarre mixtures.

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