Bunnahabhain 'Provenance' 2008 / 8 years old 46%

Bunnahabhain 'Provenance' 2008 / 8 years old 46%
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Region: Islay

Strength: 46%

Volume: 700ml

This vibrant Bunnahabhain was matured for 8 years in a refill hogshead cask, and shows the peat-free style of whisky made at this Islay distillery. Sweet with ripe peaches and soft spices to start, it is mellow and sugary sweet with macerated fruit on the palate. The finish is long, sweetly spiced and fresh throughout.
Vendor : Bunnahabhain
$83.00

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Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3%

Bunnahabhain 12 years old 46.3%

Strength: 46.3%

Volume: 700ml

Region: Islay

$96.80

The Gentle Islay, this is a dram that is heavily influenced by first class ex Sherry Casks, rich on the palate, quite coastal on the nose, some gently vanilla and a special richness that embobies a wee bit of everything, one of the best Islay, not big on peat, big on quality.


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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 / 2015 43%

Bunnahabhain 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2006 / 2015 43%

Region: Islay

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$82.80

Sherry influences with ripe banana and toasted malt aromas. The palate is sweet and creamy with hints of orange, green apple and a lingering milk chocolate edge.


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Bunnahabhain Heavily Peated 'Gordon and MacPhail' 8 years old 43%

Bunnahabhain Heavily Peated 'Gordon and MacPhail' 8 years old 43%

Region: Islay

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$72.00

This particular expression from Bunnahabhain distillery is salty and sweet with an underlying smokiness - think bonfire embers. This continues onto the palate with tropical fruit flavours and a milk chocolate edge.


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