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The Gaelic name Darach Ur means new or fresh oak. The virgin oak casks used for the maturation of this whisky come directly from Bardstown, Kentucky. Non chill filtered and no artifical colouring..
A nice and lightly smoky entrance to the wonderful world of Island whiskies. Bunnahabhain 12 is a light, delicate and fresh marine Island whisky. It is a bit lighter than the new 46,3% ABV version.
'Eirigh Na Greine'' is Galic and means 'Morning Sky'. It is a travel retail exclusive Whisky from the year 2013. The specialty about this bottling is that it was matured in red wine casks from France and Italy.
This is the miniature version of the Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46,3%. Nose: Marine flavours, citrus, and a hint of smoke Taste: Oak, pepper and a dash of salt Finish: Strong but medium long with oak and a bit of sweetness
Original bottling - Single Cask Collection
'Cruach-Mhòna' mean Peat Stack. You can see these Peat stacks in the Scotish heather where the peat is harvested. As a result this Bunnahabhain surprises with a lot of fine peat smoke, strong malt and spices. Nose: Intense and very alive with fresh hay,...
The Toiteach is a strong advance of the Bunnahabhain distillery. Bunnahabhain is usually known for their mild distillery character. With this whisky Bunnahabain shows that it can also produce a very strong peaty Islay whisky. Nose: A lot of cold smoke...
A nice and lightly smoky entrance to the wonderful world of Island whiskys. This is the lighter version of the Bunnahabhain 12 years old. It only has 40% ABV. Nose: Fresh, malty, light Sea tang Taste: Malt, spicy, oak and light smoke Finish: ...
The mild aromas of the 12 year old Bunnahabhain can be found in the 18 year old as well. The marine flavours are stronger than in the 12 year old. A very well representation of the Isle of Islay. Nose: Marine, oak, and spices Taste: Salt, spicy, a...
Gordon & MacPhail / 22. Jan 2014
At the beginning of 2014 the renowned independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail produced this issue of an 8 years old heavily peated Bunahabhain.