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Bunnahabhain 32 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

(70cl, 47.1%)

Bunnahabhain 32 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor)

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Bunnahabhain 32 Rare Auld Bottling Note

Distilled at Bunnahabhain in February 1979, this was aged for 32 years in cask number 1774 before bottling at natural cask strength in June 2011. A release of 499 bottles from Duncan Taylor.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Herbal, quite grassy and green. A hint of salty butter, caramel, toffee and fresh flowers.

Palate: Juicy stone fruits, rose petals, hay, pepper, citrus zest, gingernut biscuits. Gentle smoke, aniseed.

Finish: Good length, spicy, with ginger, nutmeg and aniseed, and just a hint of oak.

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Bunnahabhain 32 Year Old 1979 - Rare Auld (Duncan Taylor) Reviews

D&T Bunnahabhain 32 year old - complex and advanced, but excellent

Full, lots of flavours, more on the lighter side of a Islay whisky (less smoked), but lots of flavours like different herbs and a touch of sea. Some of the flavours reminds me of Speyside or a lowland destllery. I didn't use ice, but a drop of water for enhancing the flavours whiich then became even fuller. Highly recommendable if you like scotch whisky and a bargin under £140

13th July 2013

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