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A comparatively recent release from Bunnahabhain, a less-peated dram from Islay, this single malt has been sherry matured for 18 years and exhibits coastal notes and some medicinal undertones.
Nose: Full, doughy. Cereals, warm pastries, lightly salted butter. Some bruised fruit emerges with a hint of smoke. Iodine. Malt, apple peel.
Palate: Quite dry, bruised apple, pear sweetness. A definite burnt character emerges: smoked ham, spent matches.
Finish: Short, but pleasant. Burnt pastry, smoke.
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it's nice to see bunnahabhain un-chillfilted and no e-150 color added.at 46.3 alcohol level it's smooth as silk.this is one the finest drams i have had a long time.the 12 year is the one i am talking about.did not like the other versions 12 year color added and chill filtered.i hope the rest of the scotch whisky distillers follow suit.it should taste the best it can be,not look as good as it can be.take out the caramel and no chill-castration,better taste better sales. listen up you scots!!!!!!
22nd April 2014
Not a peat lover but this one displays a very rich and subtle balance between smokey, salty and sweet...my favorite Islay
13th April 2014
I tried Jonny Blue but this has its own different taste and value, I loved it.
3rd January 2014
This is IT for me, smooth,delicate try it and you will want a second.
28th April 2013
One of the smoothest scotches I have ever tasted!
21st February 2013
It was a love at first sight ( sip ). Very smooth, but very complex.
30th October 2012
I always preferred Lagavulin or Laphroig . . . . .until I tried this, very close to being my favourite Islay malt, try it!
24th January 2011