The Bunnahabhain distillery, famous for making whiskeys in Islay of fruity and gentle character on a slightly smoky background, surprises us with this Bunnahabhain Toiteach 70cl 46% vol., of the 'smoked' Gaelic, showing its blunt side with a malt Very marked by the mob. Sweet notes from the sherry barrel quickly give way to a powerful and herbaceous peat.
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Bunnahabhain 12 Years 70cl 46% vol. It is a single malt Scotch whiskey from the Islay region, located on the north coast of the island, Bunnahabhain is characterized by making the less disturbed whiskeys in the region and bottling without cold filtering. With sweet notes provided by malted barley, fruits and nuts, such as walnuts, all wrapped in light smoky notes.
The Bunnahabhain distillery is located north of the island of Islay, founded in 1881 by William Robertson and the brothers James and William Greenless, Bunnahabhain, which translated from Gaelic means "mouth of the river", is located in the mouth of the Margadale spring, source of the water used by the distillery for its whiskeys.
Bunnahabhain is known for making whiskeys with notes of nuts and malt on a very soft peat bottom, the softest of Islay.
Style: Single Malt.
Aging: Matured in American oak barrels that have contained bourbon and sherry. The barley used to make the whiskey has been shaken to a level of 50-60 PPM. It has been bottled without cold filtration at 46%.
Nose: Peat, spices, some fruit from sherry and smoke barrels.
Mouth: The palate opens with sweet notes of dates that give way to smoked and peat that end with spicy notes of pepper.
Finish: Robust and pleasant persistence.
Bunnahabhain Toiteach presents the opportunity for lovers of the distillery to discover the most robust side of it and for lovers of the powerful whiskeys of Islay, concentrated south of the island, to enjoy something different.