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A 33 year old Bunnahabhain distilled in April 1979 before being bottled in December 2012. Matured in cask 4761 and released as part of Duncan Taylor's Dimensions range at natural cask strength, non-chill filtered and free of artificial colouring.
Nose: Just a little sea air, malt loaf and fruit salad. Mixed peels and lemon Mr. Kipling slices.
Palate: Dates and demerara, ginger and citrus.
Finish: Touches of anise, more of those Kipling slices and gentle oak.
Overall: Fairly rich and fruity Bunnahabhain single cask from Islay.
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Tried a 3 cl sample. Sweet lemon, tetrahydrocannabinol treacle and a light woody touch to the finish. Very enjoyable, however I do agree that there are better values for the price.
4th March 2014
Seriously, ordered a taster of this and tastes like marijuana smells. My friends and I now want a full bottle. HA!
28th February 2014
I don't always detect all the elements that Chaps at MOM describe, but I did on this one. An excellent Scotch, no question. but worth $365 US? Enh. I went with the 3 cl sample. Glad I did. I don't see me shelling out the dollars for a full bottle. There are better values for $365.
10th January 2014
I don't always detect all the elements that Chaps at MOM describe, but I did on this one. An excellent Scotch, no question. but worth $365 US? Enh. I went with the 3 cl sample. Glad I did. I don't see me shelling out the dollars for a full bottle. there are better values for $365.