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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.

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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

My all time favourite Single Malt

Sailing on a tall ship in a Greenland Fjord, we picked up some blue "singing" ice that had been in a glacier for 10,000 years. We added up the ages of the six us, and by simple multiplication we tried a dram of this ingle malt, with just a tad of the "singing" ice. Bloody marvellous, 40-million years of careful ageing, something all of us will always cherish.

8th August 2021

Good but not for everybody.

Noticeably fruity, light salty peat aftertaste. It's balanced, with little burn from the alcohol; but lacks any overall character. Works well with a single ice-cube. Those drinkers who like the smokier Lagavulins or Ardbegs need not apply.

17th May 2021

One of my favourite 🤩

I like it very much! Smooth and awesome when I sipped! Very good whiskey! I love the taste!

28th March 2021

Highly drinkable dram

Lovely, smooth wine and sherry inflected spirit. You know it's a good one when you keep coming back to it.

16th September 2020

Excellent dram from Bunnahabhain.

Purchased in duty free at Heathrow. Nicely balanced and lots of character. Please ignore the "Worst Bunna Ever" review . I am not sure what he was drinking, but it wasn't this.

24th March 2020

A very nice friendly flavourful dram

I purchased this fine single malt in Auckland, NZ. A few wee drams have been shared with fellow scotch drinkers to appreciate comments.
I look forward to owning another bottle.

20th February 2020

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


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

I'm dumbfounded by it's deliciousness.

28th November 2018

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