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Bunnahabhain Toiteach a Dhà

(70cl, 46.3%)

Bunnahabhain Toiteach a Dhà

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Toiteach a Dhà Bottling Note

If the movie industry has proven anything (apart from Tom Hanks being a treasure), it's that people love a good sequel. Well, that idea is coming over to the whisky world - this right here is Bunnahabhain's Toiteach a Dhà, which means "Smoky Two" in Gaelic. It's the sequel to their popular peaty treat Bunnahabhain Toiteach, featuring a much more up-front core of sherried spice shining out between the smoky plumes.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Roasted peanuts, cinnamon and red chilli flakes, blackcurrant and Port.

Palate: Sea salt and kippers, dark chocolate, sultanas, a touch of cantaloupe.

Finish: Barley, dry smoke and pepper.

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Bunnahabhain Toiteach a Dhà Reviews

Golden cream

A touch of water and a little time brings the peat and sherry influences to a peak.NAS'S don't get better than this

6th October 2021

Round and soft but full of character.

I didn't know quite what to expect from this, having no memory of ever drinking any Bunnahabhain before.
It is unmistakably an Islay malt with the classic nose one expects but it has none of the thin astringency you find in a young Laphroaig or Bruichladdich. This is richer, more floral and expansive. But it is also persuasive, Softer and more interesting to the mouth. We tasted this side-by-side with Uigeadail and we found the Ardbeg almost a gauche bully in comparison.
I will be buying another Bunnahabhain in the near future.
P. S. We mixed Uigeadail and Toiteach a Dha about 50/50. This was absolutely wonderful!

17th June 2021

Smoke & Sherry heaven

Quite simply the best bit of Smoke n Sherry there is for the price

7th May 2021

Decent young peated Bunna

Not mega peated but a nice level. Definitely youthful and at full price would opt for something like a Ledaig 10 instead which is rather more rounded than this. A bargain at the current sale price though.

2nd May 2021

Harks back to the peated 10 year old.

A lovely drop. Reminiscent of the old Bunnahabhain 10yo. Takes me back 30 years. Delicious.

6th March 2021

Tasty for those that like smoke

This is a peated whisky for people who prefer smoke to the earthy aspect of peat. It doesn't have that same peaty funk that you get with Laphroaig. It's more the burnt out fire on the pebble beach than the burnt out fire on the damp grassy cliff top.

19th February 2021

I've tasted worse.....

I've tasted worse but this is not my favourite. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it. Just not my personal preference.

2nd February 2021

A very fine peated NAS from Bunnahabain.

Excellent full bodied, oily mouthfeel, sweet, fruity and ashy. With cold wood smoke and some spices from the barrels.

21st January 2021

Coal tar anyone?

Sorry but this is awful. I love other Bunnahabhain offerings, but this one smells of and tastes of coal tar and burnt rubber. Amazed how people have found "tropical fruits" in it. One for the heavy smokers.

16th December 2020

Not as heavy a peat as many others so it's a nice change of pace

I've tried more Scotch in my 76 years than most and his one is smooth and easy to love. Certainly well worth the modest price.

5th September 2020

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