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Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair

(70cl, 46.3%)

Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair
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Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair Bottling Note

Bunnahabhain's Stiùireadair single malt pays homage to the distillery's shoreline on the north-east coast of Islay. They used whisky matured in first and second fill Sherry casks, with a leaning towards deliciously coastal malt.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brine, toasted sugar and caramel-drizzled raisins.

Palate: Honey-roasted nuts, cinnamon and clove, with a touch of salt sea too.

Finish: Sherried peels and chilli-chocolate.

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Bunnahabhain Stiùireadair Reviews

Very tasty

The only natural colour, non-chill filtered whisky over the bog standard 40%abv you will get for the money. Better off going for the 12 if paying full price but a total bargain at £25 on offer.

15th April 2022

Stick with it, a proper whisky for the money.

You've got to stick with this whisky and get past the initial harsh peppery spicy notes to then allow the lovely warm sherry and fruity, nutty notes to come through. Halfway through the bottle I thought I'd found the perfect whisky. Truly exceptional at this price point.

11th April 2022

Brilliant

Outstanding drum. Bunnahabhain distillery should be congratulated. This is how whisky should be done.

17th March 2022

Brilliant

Well for the price is unbeatable. Real whisky natural product.. 46% abv..respect.. it needs 5-10 minutes in the glass and there you go..as for the palate is up to anyones likes. For me is a real gem.. sweet but not to much..sea salt..slightly fruity..vanilla..barley..cinnamon ..this is a very balance whisky..i had maybe 6-7 bottles so far.. don’t need to say more..lovely stuff

17th March 2022

Don't recommend

Tried the sample bottle and it's not for me didn't like it. ( great that Master of Malt offer sample whiskeys so that you aren't buying and wasting a bottle of malt).

7th March 2022

Peppery

Overall a very peppery and spicy profile. Nice but I wouldn't buy again

6th January 2022

Confused

Can’t believe people are giving good reviews for this stuff. Probably the joint worst whiskey I’ve tried, that’s including the likes of grouse and bells. Harsh with flavours that aren’t balanced . Is it salty, is it sweet, is it spicy, it certainly isn’t smooth. Sorry guys but I’d rate Aldi’s own brand better than this.

31st December 2021

Hits the spot.

Butterscotch and raisins, sweet and powerful. Moorish.

13th December 2021

Very drinkable

Tasty and easy access. I prefer a more peaty Islay, but if I was making a recommendation for a reasonably priced but quality starting place for someone's whisky journey this or the Eagle Rare 10 would be up there.

12th December 2021

A Bunna to buy

This is what I wish Classic Laddie was. Although it is NAS (but I would 99.9% say it has some age over 3yrs maybe 7-10yrs) and a very much widely available supermarket whisky too this bottle is fantastically represented at 46.3% and Natural Colour.

No doubt this is a sweet whisky with a very forward Sherry cask prominence. There is a touch of salt nearly salted honey nut cashews with a slight chili heat toward the finish. For the money this is a fantastic representation from Bunnahabhain.

Adding a touch of water brings out the slight brine in my opinion but this still remains sweet and spicy.

30th October 2021

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