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Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine

(100cl, 46.3%)

Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine

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Eirigh Na Greine Bottling Note

Bunnahabhain's Eirigh Na Greine was originally released for the Travel Retail market, with its name meaning 'Morning Sky' in Gaelic. A portion of this single malt was matured in red wine casks, resulting in juicy berry notes throughout, blending well with the wafts of sea salt and orchard fruit.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Toasted sugar, vanilla, raspberries and a little honey.

Palate: Apricot, sea salt, black pepper, more wine cask-influence berry sweetness.

Finish: Smoky and quite long. A little bit spicy, too.

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Bunnahabhain Eirigh Na Greine Reviews

Another favourite


The nose isn't too overpowering, but if your pour it into a glencairn glass and then give it a big sniffy-sniff it smells to me of cinnamon spice and dark chocolate. Drink it when cold and it could be a soft, rich speyside. It's a great introduction to Islay whiskies. When at room temperature it tastes of stewed fruits, hints of red wine, and has a very long sea salt finish. Near perfect whisky, can't understand a half-star review called "worst Bunna ever", from 19th March 2019...who I think is making a statement, and their statement is "I don't know about whisky"! That review nearly put me off buying it but I'm glad I ignored it!

12th September 2019

Smooth & full of flavour

I think this is the smoothest whisky I have had in a long time. Bought on a whim at the duty free whisky bar in South Africa.

12th July 2019

Worst Bunna Ever!

This is the worst Bunnahabhain i tasted. I think it's a very young whisky, alcoholic and light in flavours. And i tried to buy for more than a year until i get it, so, it was a great deception. Sorry about that, but is my opinion.

19th March 2019

Richest

This might just be the richest Scotch I've ever tasted....

I'm dumbfounded by it's deliciousness.

28th November 2018

Excellent!

Drinking this scotch last night at Scott Base, Antarctica with great friends. Excellent scotch!

7th June 2018

Smooth as silk. It's a whisky that will be appreciated by anyone and everyone.

Smooth as silk. It's a whisky that will be appreciated by anyone and everyone.

21st April 2018

Current favourite

You really get the lovely rich flavours of the red wine casks in this whisky. It is very enjoyable. There isn't a lot of peat in this but that is typical for Bunnahabhain. What you get instead is a lovely rich and complex nose, wine-cask dominated palate and a pleasant finish. This is a lovely whisky.

28th April 2017

Patience rewards

My first whiff of this whisky was not impressive at all. But as usual I always finish at leat half a bottle before giving my judgement. And this has really grown on me. Very lightly peated, with the spirit on the fore, and the red wine influence speaking of sophisticated restraint. Highly recommended.

24th March 2017

Something new from Bunnahabhain

Nice tropical fruit, light smoke and decent oak. Honey, brown sugar, but not sweet, rather a dry sweetness that sometimes gives way to a pleasant sour note. Gentle spice. Not the typical Bunnahabhain, but a great expression highlighting the essential spirit.

20th March 2017

A good lesson in whisky.

A lovely dram indeed. It's teaching me a lot about the essence of Bunnahabhain. Like The Laddie 10 taught me a lot about the essence of Bruichladdich. The other Bunnahabhain are lovely but always heavy on the sherry or peat. This one let's the wonderful spirit come to light with just the right influence of the red wine. Well balanced slight sweetness and a lingering wine dryness. Satisfying spice on the finish with no alcohol burn. Definitely not a young whisky despite the NAS. If you like Bunnahabhain, this one is a must try to take your senses to new places and evolve your knowledge of this fine distillery.

20th February 2017

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