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A rich and beautifully dark Bunnahabhain which we presume was aged in a very good sherry cask. This stuff was distilled in 1979 and aged for 23 long years before bottling in October 2002. This superb malt comes from our Lost Bottlings Series - a range of whiskies bottled many years ago, offering whisky lovers a chance to try spirit from a bygone era of distillation.
Nose: Hugely sherried nose with a core of Brazil nuts, freshly roasted espresso coffee beans and hints of moss on a Spring day.
Palate: Gingernut biscuits and salt caramels meld with a core of lovely creamy malt. The whole thing is rather oily and thick, coating the palate with soft spices, double cream and honey.
Finish: Honeyed, ginger-led finish. Digestive biscuits on the very tail.
Overall: A beautifully spicy whisky with a predominance of fresh ginger.
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I bought your other Bunnahabhain bottlings, but this one is too much.
27th November 2013
so overpriced its not funny .
20th October 2013
whoever priced this should be sacked . nice yes , worth it no . had plenty bottles less than half the price but so much better than this offering . sorry guys you got this one wrong .. in my humble opinion .
19th October 2013