Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 700ml
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Toffee notes persist, offering a delightful contrast to the slight tang of salt that lingers on the taste buds. The voyage ends with dry notes that are interspersed with mixed spices fading magnificently into a light salt and sherry finalé.
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Situated adjacent to the shoreline and benefiting from a bay nourished by the Sound of Islay, the pervasive influence of the salty sea breeze is inescapable, particularly during the 18-year maturation process. Bunnahabhain’s 18 Year Old is one of their most awarded Single Malts and once you’ve tasted it you’ll understand the wealth of gold medals it has achieved. The distillery's dedication to producing unpeated or lightly peated expressions sets it apart, offering a different perspective on the whisky character that emerges from the island's terroir. Mellow sherried nuts create a velvety texture, complemented by the nuanced sweetness of dried fruits.And that’s despite having visited the distillery – an experience that usually makes you bond more with a whisky over others [ed: though maybe it’s also related to the rather ghostly site of abandoned houses near the distillery?
The newest member of the Bunnahabhain core range family, this first batch release of a 30 year whisky is one of our oldest single malts.The 2023 edition delivers a fruiter profile with notes of stone fruits and figs at the forefront, and a less spicy finish with sweet notes of fresh vanilla pods. and retained a full spectrum of flavours which have been developed from the sherry casks during maturation. The Islay Distillery Company initially owned Bunnahabhain, but the Highland Distilleries Company took over in 1887. The voyage ends with dry notes that are interspersed with mixed spices fading magnificently int a light salt and sherry finale.
The Christmas combo of nutmeg, cinnamon and clove linger with the sodden oak and a little orange flavour seems to poke through at the end . Created to celebrate Fèis Ìle 2022, this whisky has been matured in ex-Bourbon and PX sherry octave casks to create an unpeated, sherried, bold and complex dram. To be eligible for a full refund you must contact us to inform us of any issue within 24 hours of receipt. uk accepts no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products by manufacturers or other third parties.The flavours emerge with heightened intensity, featuring prominent notes of chocolate, spice, and dried. About: Pronounced 'Bunn-na-ha-venn', meaning 'mouth of the river' in Scots Gaelic, our distillery is the most remote on Islay, nestled in Bunnahabhain Bay on the shores of the Sound of Islay. I bought a bottle after hours of investigation of Bunna 18, I tried the 12 earlier this year and wanted to go for the 18, because it's widely said to be one of the best 18 out there. Not long after the day I started submitting reviews to Malt, a slow trickle (later a raging river) of whisky started making its way to me.