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A heavily-peated Bunnahabhain, the Islay distillery known for producing lightly peated drams. This has been bottled by Signatory, and it's really rather good.
Nose: Yep, heavily-peated all right. Not as heavy as some but it should satisfy phenol fanatics. Heavy wood smoke with some tyres, rich earthy sweetness, malt and molasses.
Palate: The sweetness hits first, very malty and biscuity, but then there is the peat, with more of the tar-like rubber from the nose. This fades to a creamy note.
Finish: Malted butter and wood smoke.
Overall: Great, a definite must buy for anyone interested in peaty drams.
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I found a bottle of this locally for fairly cheap. Cheaper than my standby Lagavulin and just as delicious! Definitely recommend this for any peat lovers.
16th October 2014