Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3%

Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3%
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Strength: 46.3%

Volume: 700ml

Region: Islay

Situated on the beautiful north east coast of Islay, looking out over the paps of Jura, Bunnahabhain is described as the 'gentle Islay', a more approachable style compared to the classic peat smoke characteristic the island is so well known for. The nose is aromatic with a subtle glimmer of smoke and a faint hint of seashore that continues into the palate. Light fruit mingles with a savoury nutty character and rich malty caramel sweetness. A lingering gingery spice on the finish. A unique Islay malt which is a must-try for anyone exploring the diversity of west coast drams.
$83.00

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Bunnahabhain 18 years old 46.3%

Bunnahabhain 18 years old 46.3%

Region: Islay

Strength: 46.3%

Volume: 700ml

$210.00

The nose on the Bunnahabhain 18 is truly incredible - huge notes of rich honey, nuts, old leather, dried fruits and a hint of sea-side smoke. A distinct umami (the Japanese word for 'savoury', think soy sauce and dried meat) character and a truly to-die-for rich dark chocolate flavour push this whisky in to a league far beyond what its age and p...


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Bunnahabhain 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2006 / 2016 43%

Bunnahabhain 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2006 / 2016 43%

Region: Islay

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$79.00

The Bunnahabhain distillery produces one of the most mild and unpeated whiskies on Islay, forgoing the heavy peat found elsewhere on the isle. Overall this is a delicate yet full flavoured dram, showing sherry cask influences with ripe banana and toasted malt aromas. the flavour is nutty again joining apricot and mango flavours and a milk chocol...


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Bunnahabhain 'Old Particular' 2001 / 15 years old 48.4%

Bunnahabhain 'Old Particular' 2001 / 15 years old 48.4%

Region: Islay

Strength: 48.4%

Volume: 700ml

$169.00

This 15 year old Bunnahabhain has been selected from a single sherry butt by famed independent bottlers Douglas Laing & Co. This is a rich and heavy style of Bunnahabhain - lots of macerated dried fruit, Christmas spices and even salted caramel tarte tatin. Underneath this there remains a note of minerality, remisicent of sea-side rocks on a...


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