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Bunnahabhain Cruach Mhòna

(100cl, 50%)

Bunnahabhain Cruach Mhòna

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Bunnahabhain Cruach Mhòna Bottling Note

Cruach Mhóna is gaelic for a pile of drying peat bricks and follows on from Toiteach (gaelic for smoky) as a peaty offering from Bunnahabhain. Although Islay is famed for its peat, Bunnahabhain's spirit is unpeated (this being an exception that proves the rule).

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Peat and vanilla, creosote, dried herbs, harbour rope, sweet biscuits and orchard fruit.

Palate: Sweet and smoky, lemon, salt and pepper. Beneath there's oak and malt and hints of sand dune.

Finish: More sweet smoke and citrus.

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Bunnahabhain Cruach Mhòna Reviews

Bunnahabhain proves why they are the best

My wife bought this from a cruise and it's fantastic bunna with the peat. Considering this comes from a distillery that doesn't do peated whisky it's better than many others who do. They should bring this to their core range. One of the best to drink. Another jackpot from bunnahabhain!! 5 stars no doubt

13th June 2022


Why don't they make more of this and sell it outside duty free?

22nd November 2021

Demonstrates that higher ABV can support the youth of a NAS

Nose: There is a peat bog putridness to this that is substantial.

Palate: There is a sherbet reaction on the tongue that has haunts of dark liquiouse on the roof.

After: The palate carries and its not an unwelcome continuation.

5th July 2020

Very clean peated whisky

Tuath glass showing tawny to subdued mahogany. The nose shows pronounced notes of peated malt and lightly charred wood. The palate is peat forward with very little alcoholic heat. Surprisingly smooth for a peated malt. Very clean and

28th April 2020

Beautifully rich and beautifully rounded peaty islay whisky!

I was lucky enough to be able to taste this whisky at the airport duty free, looking for a special whisky for my whisky loving father - I've picked up the same trait. This whisky is an absolute beauty! Dad will need to settle for a photo until we come out of lock down. I have absolutely no doubt he will very pleased to see me when we can next meet!

29th March 2020



10th November 2019


Pleated bunnahabhain is always amazing, they need to do more and some age statement pleated whisky in their standard range. Briny, salt and wood smoke with sweet dried fruit.

7th October 2019

If only they sold this in the US

Such a refreshing find since US Islay options seem to be limited to the same bottles: (Laphroig, Lagavulin, Ardberg...all great but after a while you wish for a new options). Tried this in a London duty free store just fantastic. Right amount of smoke and so good

28th June 2019

Seaside bonfire under a starry sky

Smokey Islay, salty and mouthfilling, touch of sea spray and wonderful dry oak tones. A great find.

Tastes like a seaside bonfire on a warm night, a perfect match for a lazy evening of contemplating life... Then again, Islay whiskys always make me feel like life is good.

24th May 2019

Fantastic find

Absolutely fantastic.

3rd February 2019

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