Bunnahabhain Heavily Peated

8 Years Old

Out of stock

£32.95

Age or Year: 8

Bottler: Gordon & MacPhail

ABV: 43 %

Size: 70 cl

Region: Islay

Taste Rating: 4

Bunnahabhain means mouth of the river, it was opened in 1881 and was built to vast Victorian proportions.

Does what it says on the tin Smoky and sweet initially with tropical fruit flavours and milk chocolate.



TASTING NOTE
Colour: Pale Gold.
WITHOUT WATER:
Nose: Salty and sweet with an underlying smokiness. Cured meat aromas with
cooking apples and dried figs.
Palate: Smoky and sweet initially on the palate, with melon and apricot
flavours and a milk chocolate edge.
WITH WATER:
Nose: Sweet with hints of strawberry and mango. Salty sea air aroma with
bonfire embers.
Palate: Green apples with a touch of aniseed. Dried walnuts and cigar ash
flavours linger.
Body: Medium.
Finish: Medium and smoky.
Cask Type(s): Refill Sherry Butts.
Whisky Style: Light Islay Dram.

1 - 5 bottles - £6.95 (UK Mainland Only)
6 or more bottles delivered FREE! (UK Mainland Only)

UK Mainland does not include:

Scottish Highlands - postcode areas

IV2, AB37-AB38, AB41-AB45, AB51-AB56, FK20-FK21, IV1, IV3-IV40, IV52-IV54, KW1-KW14, PA21-PA39, PH15-PH41

1-12 Bottles  - £25.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

Scottish Islands - postcode areas

HS1-HS9, IV41-IV49, IV51, IV55-IV56, KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20, PA40-PA49, PA60-PA78, PH42-PH44, ZE1-ZE3

1-12 bottles - £31.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

All these areas

  • Northern Ireland - BT
  • Isle of Man - IM
  • Isle of White - PO30-PO41
  • Isles of Silly - TR
  • Channel Islands - JE, GY

1-12 bottles - £31.90 - then £1 for each bottle over 13 bottles

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Taste Rating Guide

1 - Light, good for beginners - an aperitif on a summers day, i.e. Glengoyne, Auchentoshan

2 - Also good for beginners but with more depth and body - a little stronger than 1, ie. Glenmorangie, Speyburn

3 - A dram for everyone, a little more complex so the palate requires a little more experience, i.e. Cragganmore, Macallan

4 - A stronger spirit, a big whisky with lots of character and body, excellent after dinner, i.e. Lagavulin, Laphroaig

Bunnahabhain Heavily Peated