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This is a 23 year old Bunnahbhain which was distilled on the 20th October 1989. Single cask Bunnahabhains seem to have a habit of being quite different from one another. This particular cask is like a whisky caricature of the Scottish moors, perfect for experiencing the Highlands and Islands from the comfort of your armchair. The cask itself was a refill hogshead which was drawn on the 28th November 2012, yielding just 253 numbered bottles.
Nose: Seaweed and a stormy coastline join salted caramel and damp moorland heather on the nose.
Palate: Faintly peated, with a soft creamy mouth-feel and notes of grapes and leather.
Finish: Long and heathery with notes of spinach, pepper and some peat smoke on the distant horizon.
Overall: Bunnahabhain doing what it does best, this dram is like tasting a windswept moor. Phenomenal.
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Light straw in colour.A light vanilla nose with malt and wisps of smoke leading to light summer citrus fruits - this is unpeated (as are most Bunnas).The abv works well here, a wee bit of a spicy sweet kick. A fairly full oily mouthfeel allowing the sweet summer fruits to come through.The finish is warming, sweet and long with faint smoke wisps returning on the finish.A great middle aged island dram presented without the usual Islay peat that you'll most certainly enjoy.Head to Somerset Whisky Blog for more reviews! http://whis.ky/
12th March 2013