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Bunnahabhain Toiteach

(70cl, 46%)

Bunnahabhain Toiteach

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Bunnahabhain Toiteach Bottling Note

Toiteach is Gaelic for "Smoky", a hint of what's to come. That's right, a heavily peated Bunnahabhain! A great chance to try a smoky malt from a distiller of gentle, fruity Islay whisky.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Lovely gentle peat, hints of spice warmth and complexity. Some fruit, smoke.

Palate: Spiced heat opens with sweet fruits, dates, sweet smoke, cracked black pepper.

Finish: Long, house style comes through amid the smoke.

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Bunnahabhain Toiteach Reviews

Guess I'm Just a Glenmorangie Bigot

I'm no expert and I must admit this was the first time I've tried an Islay Single Malt Scotch. Watched some documentary on the telly about the special process of making their products. Just too smokey ! I expected a bit but this was over whelming. I tried mixing it with Ginger Ale which is something I'd never do with a Single Malt Scotch. It was still rubbish! Only thing positive to say is that it was relatively inexpensive. Meanwhile I've stuck with nearly a full bottle. I'll see if I can pawn it off on some unsuspecting soul for a laugh.

27th February 2019

I'm sticking with Laphroaig 10

Pepper.... that's what stands out in the finish. Bought a bottle in Germany while visiting friends, although I had been searching for Laphroaig 10. I have never seen this Islay offering stateside. Plenty of peat in this whisky, but the pepper is just a tad over-bearing. Paid roughly 77 Euros I think. Still have to give Laphroaig 10 the edge, and it's $20 cheaper.

20th March 2018


Beautiful balance with a light finish. Good way to introduce someone to Islay whisky, but perfectly enjoyable for the more seasoned whisky-drinker.

13th February 2018

Not bad but overpriced

It has the flavor profile of a classic Islay, some peat, some smoke, seawater, toffee, and vanilla cake. Very light bodied and light colored, I could see dropping 40 bucks on it but the price was closer to $70. I prefer some of the blends to this at that price range especially Bukanas 12 yr or one of the Douglas Laing blends.

26th November 2017

Topp quality


16th July 2017


Just great. The aftertaste is delicious, as is everything else. Not as peaty as Laphroaig and such, but this is what creates such a great balance in my opinion. Just for the moments when you don't want something as peaty, but still want to enjoy smokiness!

2nd November 2016

Is that it?

An 'empty' whisky - I checked the % to see if it had been watered down, it is so lacking in body. Yes there is unsophisticated smoke, but smoke bubbled through water and not much else. Somewhere in the background is a delicate Bunna whisky but its so lost its way. Cant believed they released this, or that I paid so much !

27th October 2015

Not bad but... PEPPER!

I'm a big fan of peaty Islays so I was looking forward to this, but... While it has a pleasant nose and a nice warm palate (plenty of peat), I get a HUGE amount of pepper at the finish. It actually drowns out the other flavours imho.

If you're a fan of peppery whiskys, then you'll enjoy this. Otherwise it's probably not worth the price.

8th February 2015

it's glorious.

I actually prefer this over laga 16. smooth as hell. I'd drink laga by the winter fireplace. I'd drink this on a fall night.

21st January 2015

Perfect balance

Complex, smoky. Simply what I've been looking for in a whisky for all my life. Perfect.

17th January 2015

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