Sherry aromas mingle with orange marmalade. Dried fruit notes develop; subtle spices weave through creamy vanilla toffee. Deliciously smooth and creamy; a gentle warming cinnamon spice matures into flavours of chewy dates and stewed plums with walnut undertones. Smooth milk chocolate with lingering dried fruit and hints of nuts.
About the Producer
What sets Bunnahabhain apart is their signature unpeated style, and the rich, complex layers of each cask matured on the shores of the Sound of Islay. Whilst they're known for being the unpeated Islay malt, this was not always the case, and their Distillery Manager loves to pay homage to his 19th century predecessors, who would have used peated barley like many of the other whisky distilleries on the Island. Today, they call their peated expressions M_ine, pronounced moy-nya and meaning 'Peated' in Scots Gaelic.Scotland Islay 0.43